It might have been a pack of brave Libyans who captured Qaddafi on the ground today, but his demise was started by a single French jet. Details are sparse, but a Mirage 2000 stopped Gaddafi's getaway in its tracks.
Samsung, best known for awesome TVs, tablets that get them in legal trouble, and crispy new smartphones, is more than just stuff at Best Buy: they're designing the cockpit for South Korea's K-FX stealth fighter. Watch out, Cupertino!
What happens when the extremely expensive helmet you cooked up for the extremely expensive F-35 doesn't, uh, work? You strap together a new one in a hurry. This wicked looking replacement was gutted and filled with crazy killer optics.
Who knew the time would come when those cramped, awkward airplane bathrooms would be considered a luxury? Ryanair's latest 'nickel and dime' initiative has the airline removing all but one bathroom on their aircraft to make room for more sellable seats.
Rejoice, for Boeing has delivered its first 787 Dreamliner after three years of delay. It has been handed to All Nippon Airways yesterday and it'll arrive to its base in Tokyo today. It will begin commercial flying on November 11.
Remember when the Pentagon let the F-35 start flying again, even though its underlying defects hadn't been fixed? They just did literally the exact same thing with the F-22 Raptor. Hope you're not worried about oxygen deprivation