Of the three women still vying to graduate from the first gender-integrated course for the Army’s elite, two moved on to the swamp stage.
The Reaper's next chapter includes better sensors, more autonomy, bigger weapons
Despite Possible Government Shutdown, Many Military Families Think Congress Will Reverse Sequestration in the Fall
Service members though are increasingly worried about changes to health care and retirement benefits, according to survey.
Better tracking software could help military patients recover from injuries, Col. Deydre Teyhen said.
Three decades after the FBI launched a revolutionary system to catch repeat offenders, it barely has any data.
The GOP-led panel said the former State Department chief's public appearance in October has been finalized.
The Kingdom’s request for additional interceptors could be the first of many new Mideast arms purchases aimed at warding off Iranian missiles.
The Defense Healthcare Management Systems Modernization contract’s base value is $4.3 billion over 10 years, with an expected 18-year lifecycle value of $9 billion.
A "cancer cluster" is being investigated.
Echoes of Benghazi are heard in debate over duplicative costs.
Robert Gates, Overseer of the Demise of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' at Defense, Welcomes Gay Scoutmasters to the Boy Scouts
The former Pentagon chief is an unlikely gay-rights hero.