Surviving extreme speeds; virtual reality systems for training and design work; research and development.
Building teamwork; portable power and electronics; operating in extreme cold conditions. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Underground tactical action; high-tech fabrics for soldiers; aerodynamic breakthroughs. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Extreme search and rescue requires vehicles and gear that can operate anywhere; the search for intelligent life in outer space; robots.
Military training for battle readiness; deceiving the enemy for tactical advantage; swords and knives.
Developing and testing aircraft; infrasound technology; keeping ports secure and safe.
Surplus military aircraft are put back to work fighting wildfires; aircraft fire training facility; links between military and civilian bridges; Marine Corps Nighthawks.
Island and jungle warfare; survival training; taming volcanic eruptions; concept vehicles; personal protection.
Air Force Thunderbirds; the role of logistics; jet engine technology; big movers. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Precision parachute team; history of military airdrops; DC 3 aircraft; counterterrorism training. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Airdrops; battlefront communications; locating a car bomb; spotting and avoiding surveillance; vehicular attack techniques.
Navy Rescue and Salvage; prosthetic technology; the catamaran.
Aerial reconnaissance; transcontinental railroad; maps, compasses and GPS systems. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Flying highly sophisticated aircraft in myriad situations; information as a weapon; high-tech tracking.
High-speed watercraft; disaster shelters; photojournalists. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Sailboat designs; traveling across snow; dealing with and modifying weather.
U.S. Cavalry; remotely operated vehicles; biological and chemical attack.
Training and tools for urban warfare; cars and tanks that can calculate, and drive themselves; rescuing soldiers and athletes from dangerous situations.
Ranger training; ultimate gyms; elite training centers. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Automatic collision-avoidance systems; remotely operated vehicles; military surveillance. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Rescue operations; secret codes; portable military surgical units.
The history and technology of submarine rescues; treasure hunter Mel Fisher's search for the Atocha; dirigibles; snow gear.
Balloons used for espionage and bombing; Army Corps of Engineers; military and civilian command centers.
Hybrid military vehicles and civilian cars; history of camouflage; scanning technology. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Trucks which move convoys; defense system capable of engaging incoming targets; amateur rocketeers; weather prediction.
The 10th Mountain Division, trained for winter warfare; gun-sights; high-altitude military and NASA craft based on glider technology.
Aircraft carriers; supertankers; container vessels; armored vehicles; flight-simulation technology. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Non-lethal weapons; hypersonic sound; digital technology; portable information technology; biometric and software security; wireless communications; video teleconferencing; the wireless network; fastest craft on land and in the water.
Seaplanes; Vertical Take-Off Landing Craft; origins, history and mission of military police; simulators; video games; paintball war games.
Remote-controlled gyro-stabilized helicopter; customized choppers, jet-skis and hang-gliders; wearable communications gear; armored clothing; special gear for extreme sports.
Life rafts; high-tech camping gear; spacesuits; explosives. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Born in the military, tanks, satellites and parachutes find useful and exciting applications in civilian life.
Helicopters; lasers; fire-fighting methods and equipment. Host: Hunter Ellis.
Watercraft; MedEvac helicopters; spy gear from the past; new gumshoe technologies; CIA masters of disguise.
An automobile that can withstand harsh desert conditions; advances in battlefield and emergency medicine.
Checking out the latest Navy SEAL Delivery Vehicle and equipment available to civilian divers. Host: Hunter Ellis.
The best in 21st-century fighter-jets; the F-22 Raptor; F-18; animals used in combat and by civilian authorities; surplus World War II pontoons become white-water rafts.
Technology leads from the submarine to hand-held sonar devices to help tourists catch big fish; carbon-fiber technology; radar now helps to locate people trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings.
Four-wheel drive; night-vision technology; Global Positioning System.