If countries nowadays test their nuclear arsenals through computer-simulated programs, why has North Korea tested theirs through actual explosions?
What will remain after the explosion of a nuclear bomb?
Who has permission to look through the Periscope in a military submarine?
Is there a limit to the capacity of a nuclear weapon?
What is the most efficient close combat weapon other than the fighter?
What would the US government do if the events in the movie Air Force One happened?
What is the exact job done by an NAIC officer in the Indian Navy at present? What are the future opportunities available for an NAIC officer after service?
In wars, would an enemy be unstoppable if it forces a population in every captured territory to join its army?
Have militaries in the world ever really used sexual suppressants on their troops and do some of them continue to do so?
Would having a branch of the military composed of rough men and women from around the world, who are willing to do the most dangerous work for the USA in exchange for American citizenship, be able to fit into the American military spectrum?