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U.S. Air Force Developed A “Terminator-Like” Liquid Metal That Can Autonomously Changes Structure

U.S. Air Force Developed A “Terminator-Like” Liquid Metal That Can Autonomously Changes Structure

According to U.S. Air Force research laboratory report, U.S. Air Force scientists have developed a “Terminator-Like” liquid metal which autonomously changes structure, , just like in a Hollywood movie. The scientists developed liquid metal systems for stretchable electronics – that can be bent, folded, crumpled and stretched – are major …

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Air Force Recently Tested Record-Setting highest thrust producing air-breathing hypersonic engine

Record-Setting highest thrust producing air-breathing hypersonic engine

The Air Force recently broke the record for the highest thrust producing air-breathing hypersonic engine the service has ever tested in its history. Northrop Grumman built the scramjet engine for the Air Force Research Laboratory and its development comes amid a general renaissance in all things hyper-sonic across the U.S. …

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U.S. Air Force working to push boundaries of the speed of future American combat aircraft

U.S. Air Force working to push boundaries of the speed of future American combat aircraft

U.S. Air Force Airman Magazine has shared the details about future American combat aircraft in Video dubbed Future of Fusion According to the video, Air Force Research Laboratory and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency are working to push the boundaries of speed and make future technologies possible today. Since the …

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U.S. Air Force’s new XQ-58A Valkyrie stealth Combat Drone makes second flight

U.S. Air Force’s new XQ-58A Valkyrie stealth Combat Drone makes second flight

on 11 June U.S. Air Force and Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. announced that newest XQ-58A Valkyrie long-range unmanned aerial vehicle completed its second flight at Yuma Proving Grounds, Arizona. The XQ-58A Valkyrie is a long-range, high subsonic, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) demonstrator aircraft completed all test objectives during a …

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U.S. Air Force successfully Shot Down Multiple Missiles With a Laser Destined For Fighter jets

U.S. Air Force’s Testing Of Airborne Laser Weapon Aboard Fighter Jet Has Been Delayed

on April 23, 2019, the Air Force Research Laboratory has announced successfully shot down multiple missiles with a laser weapon that could eventually defend fighters and other aircraft against existing and emerging missile threats. The Self-Protect High-Energy Laser Demonstrator (SHiELD) program is developing a directed energy laser system on an …

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