The growing North Korean Nuclear Threat explained [Updated]

North Korea has a new missile with the capability to deliver a nuclear warhead, and it can reach the U.S. This video is an update to a previous version, published on April 26, 2017.

How America Became A Superpower

America grew from a colony to a superpower in 200 years. With over 800 military bases around the globe, the U.S. is easily the most powerful nation on earth. But it wasn’t always this way. The U.S. once played an insignificant role in global affairs. This video lays out the transformation in a virtual history lesson.

President Trump passing Iran policy to Congress

President Trump was expected to not recertify the Iran Nuclear Deal, giving Congress 60 days to take action.

Ambassador Bolton: We’re down to two options with North Korea

War of words escalates between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un; insight from Fox News contributor Amb. John Bolton, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

Rep. DeSantis on North Korea: Status quo isn’t going to work

Republican Congressman from Florida and Chairman of the National Security Subcommittee addresses threats from Kim Jong Un’s regime.

The Largest and Most Fascinating Drone of U.S. Air Force: RQ-4 Global Hawk UAV

United States Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintainers preparing a Global Hawk for its first launch. A  car is seen assisting the Global Hawk during its take off.

Is The Iran Nuclear Deal in Jeopardy?

Former CIA Analyst Fred Fleitz sounds off on Fox News.

World’s MOST FEARED DARPA Technology for US Military

DARPA works on new revolutionary technology to create future US Military secret weapons.

F-35 – A Pilot’s Perspective

The warfighters of the U.S. deserve to be showcased. The F-35 concept was ahead of its time, the aircraft was accepted, manufactured, test flown and sold to the U.S. military along with a number of our allies.

Russia Launches Zapad War Games on Europe’s Borders

Russia and Belarus are holding large-scale joint military exercises, called Zapad (meaning ‘West’ in Russian), on NATO’s eastern border.