Lifting the arms embargo continues years of Obama’s efforts to link American and Vietnamese militaries, Carter said, as president visits country.
For China, like the old Soviet Union, the U.S. defense secretary bets “internal logic” will dictate a change—eventually
Industry cheers curbs on lowest-price awards, small business reforms.
A U.S. drone strike may have killed Mullah Akhtar Mohammed Mansour in Pakistan on Saturday night.
John Crane says senior Pentagon officials destroyed records, altered audits and retaliated against whistleblowers.
Reactive armor and cross-domain fire capabilities are just some of the items on the Army’s must-have list.
President Obama, who is on a visit to Hanoi, said the decades-old prohibition on the sales of weapons to a onetime enemy would be lifted.
Joaquin Guzmán still has the right to appeal the decision.
As the NSC swells to more than 400 staffers, a congressional proposal offers the White House a choice: Cut it down to size, or subject it to more oversight.
How a fight against social progress in the U.S. military collapsed in on itself.
Watchdog finds 82 percent of sampled records contained errors.