10+ Best Articles on Military
The most useful articles on military from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Military Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on military by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- How the U.S. Military Buys Location Data from Ordinary Apps
- New Sensation — Real Life
- The US Military Is Building Its Own Metaverse
- Will Student Debt Relief Really Undermine Military Recruitment?
- Why the US military is listening to shrimp
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The US Air Force Is Moving Fast on AI-Piloted Fighter Jets
After successful autonomous flight tests in December, the military is ramping up its plans to bring artificial intelligence to the skies.
No One Knows If Decades-Old Nukes Would Actually Work
Atomic weapons are highly complex, surprisingly sensitive, and often pretty old. With testing banned, countries have to rely on good maintenance and simulations to trust their weapons work.
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Will Student Debt Relief Really Undermine Military Recruitment?
Military recruiters often target low-income youth. Will Biden’s student loan relief plan mean vulnerable youth no longer have to choose between debt and military service?
Meet Europe’s coming military superpower: Poland
Warsaw is turning to major arms deals with South Korea to establish supremacy in Continental Europe.
Mass-market military drones have changed the way wars are fought
The war in Ukraine has exposed that widely available, inexpensive drones are being used not just for targeted killings but for wholesale slaughter.
The US Military Is Building Its Own Metaverse
Defense tech companies have latched on to the metaverse hype—but what they’re building will be a far cry from Meta’s virtual world.
Why the US military is listening to shrimp
Military sonar can have a serious effect on some ocean animals. Could natural noises produced by sealife be used to locate undersea threats?
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on military.
New Sensation — Real Life
The military use of haptics technology includes ideological indoctrination
How the U.S. Military Buys Location Data from Ordinary Apps
A Muslim prayer app with over 98 million downloads is one of the apps connected to a wide-ranging supply chain that sends ordinary people's personal data to brokers, contractors, and the military.
One Year On: The Taliban Air Force
By Lukas Müller in collaboration with Stijn Mitzer and Joost OliemansThis article summarises the development of the Islamic Emirate Air Force or the 'Taliban Air Force' as the service is popularly…
Why did the F-14 Tomcat retire decades before its peers?
In the 1970s, the United States had three revolutionary fighters enter service in the F-14 Tomcat, F-15 Eagle, and F-16 Fighting Falcon. Today, two of
Why Can’t the Military Fix Its Violence Against Women Problem?
Congress is on the precipice of ushering in the biggest shift in military policy since the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. But would it have saved 21-year-old airman Natasha Aposhian?
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