The U.S. Military Would Lose to Russian Hypersonic Missiles

Russia is apparently the first country to field submarine-based hypersonic missiles. How do you defend against them?

by Caleb Larson | The National Interest

As recently detailed, Russia’s new hypersonic Zircon missile will soon be submarine based. This diversifies Russia’s hypersonic capabilities—from air and at sea, to underwater, for greater strategic advantage.… Continues

America’s P-38 Lightning Did It All During World War II (It Fought Hitler and Japan)

It was a very unusual plane.

by Warfare History Network | The National Interest

Key point: The plane broke a speed record for transcontinental flight.

Contrary to most other planes designed and used in World War II, Lockheed’s P-38 Lightning had twin booms ending in vertical stabilizers and rudders.… Continues

Japan Was Ready For America’s Navy, But Not For The B-29 Superfortress

A sound they never wanted to hear.

by Warfare History Network | The National Interest

Key point: U.S. bombers killed more Japanese than the atomic bombs.

As the Japanese delegation stood on the deck of the battleship USS Missouri on September 2, 1945, preparing to sign the documents that ended World War II, a large formation of Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers swooped low over Tokyo Bay as a reminder of the terrible destruction that had befallen their nation and turned Japan’s cities into ruins.… Continues

Lisa Rinna, 56, flaunts her incredibly toned body while dancing in a bikini … after admitting on RHOBH she ‘probably’ has issues with food


Lisa Rinna shared an eye-popping video for her 2M Instagram followers on Thursday evening.

The 56-year-old TV star was showing off her incredibly toned and slender body in a skimpy bikini as she danced in a living room.… Continues