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A B-2 bomber releasing a B61-11 JTA in a previous legacy flight test.

The Air Force Just Dropped Two Fake Nukes

The tests in the Nevada desert come as tensions rise with Russia and the Pentagon seeks to replace its aging nuclear arsenal.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

McCain Says He Will Scrap Change to Veterans’ Preference

Provision that would have limited the federal hiring advantage to a one-time use won’t be in final NDAA, says senator.

Cashiered Army General Abused Purchase Card at Strip Clubs, IG Confirms

Onetime Ash Carter aide Ronald Lewis initially denied “conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.”

Obama Orders New Diversity Push in National Security Agencies

Presidential memo adds new reporting requirements and rewards aimed at enhancing problem-solving.

Soldiers conduct patrols during a Situational Training Exercise (STX) as part of the Basic Leaders Training Course in Vermont in August.

Army Warns that Future War with Russia or China Would Be ‘Extremely Lethal and Fast’

Leaders say warfare in the coming decades will be fundamentally different from the past 25 years.

Staff Sgt. Stefano Cothran, a 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons load team member, secures a GBU-38 Joint Direct Attack Munition to a pylon during the 2014 Global Strike Challenge on Barksdale Air Force Base, La. in 2014.

Pentagon Fronts Bomb Buys For Allies Fighting ISIS

A special budget account is being used to boost weapons production ahead of allies' formal orders.

Military Spending by the U.S. Has Declined, but It Still Dwarfs That of Any Other Nation

Last year the military spending of nearly $600 billion accounted for 36% of the world share.

Coordination was largely effective in the first year of President Obama’s enunciated policies on hostage recovery activities.

Government’s Recent Hostage Recovery Activities Deemed Largely Effective

Several dozen were recovered in first year since Obama clarified policies, counterterrorism agency’s report notes.

The Zh2 from GM specially designed for U.S. Army testing.

GM Has Built A Stealth Truck for the Army

A new hydrogen fuel cell truck could put snipers behind enemy lines, in style.

Children peer from a partially destroyed home in Aleppo, Syria in February.

The Suspension of U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Syria

The U.S. said Russia has failed to live up to its agreement to allow aid workers into Aleppo.

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