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U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Walter Taylor, 541st Sapper Co., 54th Engineer Battalion, 18th Engineer Brigade, provides security while his team bounds forward, at Baraki Barak, Logar province, Afghanistan in 2011.

What Should Trump Do in Afghanistan?

"It’s unfortunate that the strategy review has taken so long and now has become involved in a political debate over what America’s role in the world should be."

The National Security Administration campus in Fort Meade, Maryland.

Trump Order Elevates Cyber Command

CYBERCOM is now a full combatant command rather than a sub-unified command beneath U.S. Strategic Command.

Pentagon Expanding Behavioral Biometrics With Keystroke Tracker

A new group signed to see if the technology can help fight insider threats.

The Physics Behind NASA’s 'Quiet' Supersonic Jet Design

Quieting the boom is all about the shape of the sound waves.

NGA Wants Bleeding-Edge Tech and Talent—And It Will Open Up to Get Them

The intel agency is open to sharing its data with industry. It also wants its own tour-of-duty tech team.

CYBERCOM Plans Industry Day in October

This will be the first industry day for the 7-year-old command.

How Trump's Transgender Ban Compromises His Military Authority

The president’s commander-in-chief powers are almost sacrosanct. But a lawsuit filed by trans service members has a shot at blocking the hastily announced order.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has cited the ongoing reorganization at the State Department as a reason for delays in appointments.

State Department Confronts North Korea With Rows of Vacant Positions

Trump has nominated candidates for only a third of key slots; envoy to South Korea is acting.

Marine Corps Rct. Rihanna N. Shihadeh, Platoon 4028, Papa Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, does a close-order drill movement during an evaluation Aug. 2, 2017, on Parris Island, S.C.

After the Marines United Scandal, ‘All Options’ Are on the Table

The Corps is considering integrating female recruits into West Coast training camps to help address subconscious biases, the assistant commandant said.