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    The Briefing features a round-up of top headlines, reports from the field and analysis from our award-winning journalists.

  • The Down Lowe

    GearScout editor-in-chief Christian Lowe draws from his years of experience in the shooting and tactical industry to take an in-depth, no bullshit look at the gear that could help you shoot better, be safer and look cooler — on and off the range.

  • New handheld filtration systems like Survival Filter can make contaminated water drinkable in survival situations. (Photo by USMC)
    This portable water filter can make good water out of bad

    We tested out the Survival Filter Squeeze water filter and Filter Bottle at this year’s SHOT Show in Las Vegas and used a sample of the Filter Bottle for a week afterward and came away pretty impressed.

  • Airman 1st Class Christian De Jesus Roman, crew chief with the 380th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, inspects an RQ-4 Global Hawk in February 2018 on Al Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. Air Force officials are taking a hard look at making cuts to legacy weapons systems. (Airman 1st Class Blake Browning/Air Force)
    New in 2020: Legacy weapons systems on the chopping block?

    The Air Force is taking a hard look at making major cuts to legacy weapons systems — potentially retiring entire aircraft inventories — to invest in the advanced technology needed to combat future threats.