Brett Moser

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Traveling Photographer Captures the Exciting Freedom of Sailing

Marine photographer Kurt Arrigo has captured the magic that occurs when one sets sail on breathtakingly blue waters. Since the artist grew up on the European island of Malta, he's always been surrounded by the sea. “It was all very accessible for me to do what I loved to do,” he told Instagram …

Every surface ship in the Chinese navy, in one chart

China wants a force that is capable of operating for extended periods in the open ocean, away from the coasts or support bases. A "blue-water navy" would allow China to protect vital trade routes while also enabling Beijing to project force in areas far from China's coastline.<p>Beijing's naval …

China

What Weapons Would China Use In World War III?

A top secret preview of the weapons in Ghost Fleet, a new novel about our future war with China<p>Today, <i>Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War</i>, is coming out. By August Cole and Eastern Arsenal's very own P.W. Singer, it's a novel about what might happen if the brewing Cold War between the U.S. …

Call of Duty

US deploys B-52s amid Russia tensions

<b>The United States has deployed three B-52 nuclear bombers to take part in military exercises with NATO partners in the Baltic region amid heightened</b> …

The 11 most game-changing aircraft of the 21st century

In a few years, drones that can fit in the palm of a person's hand and 117-foot-wingspan behemoths capable of launching satellites into space will both be a reality.<p>At the same time, drone and advanced-fighter technologies will spread beyond the US and Europe, and countries including China, Russia, …

Aviation

5 things real leaders do every day, according to Henry Ford

Summer is a great time to push hard and develop not just your business skills, but your leadership skills. In fact, it was in the summer of 1899 that industrial giant Henry Ford left his position as chief engineer at the Edison Illuminating Company's headquarters to concentrate on automobile …

Leadership

The most expensive weapons system of all time is about to make its debut

The exercise, called "Green Flag West," tests the U.S. military's ability to engage in air-to-surface conflicts and helps get ground troops who pinpoint potential air strikes ready for combat.<p>The three F-35 Lightning II variant aircrafts (F-35 A, B, and C) are designed and manufactured in Lockheed …

Military

The top 3 fighter jets flown by Air Force pilots

The Royal Australian Air Force is marked by its swift, decisive and respected approach to delivering air and space power to protect Australia and its …

How American Weapons Would Stack Up Against Russia in a Second Cold War

As tensions between the two states rise once more, we analyze a theoretical stand-off.<p>It's easy to fall into Cold War calculations when comparing the militaries of Russia and United States. After all, a lot of the same equipment from that conflict is still in use. And because Russia and the U.S. …

How to make money the startup way

Wearing a Suit Makes People Think Differently

Formalwear elicits feelings of power, which change some mental processes.<p>Some psychology research in recent years is making an old aphorism look like an incomplete thought: Clothes make the man… Yes? Go on?<p>Clothes, it appears, make the man perceive the world differently.<p>A new study looks …

Research

The 16 Wisest Things Men Have Ever Said About Style

From the likes of Cary Grant, Tom Ford, Charles Bukowski, Ralph Lauren, and Charles Dickens<p><b>"Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn."<br>– Gore Vidal, Writer</b><p>"A man should look as if he had bought his clothes with intelligence, put them on with care, and then forgotten …

This Photographer Transforms Ocean Waves Into Glorious Mountains

"The water has taught me lessons that will stay with me for life — respect, patience, and harmony were all learned in the sea."<p>In his new book <i>Found at Sea</i>, Ray brings together over 180 pages of these mesmerizing ocean wave — frozen in time by his camera and rendered as beautiful mountain landscapes.

Mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones solved with GPS and time-lapse

After decades of theories and attempts to solve the mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones, a trio of scientists has finally caught the process on tape. Their study started years ago, when two of them (a biologist and an engineer) hauled 15 GPS-equipped rocks onto Racetrack Playa, the dry lake …