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A Glimpse At How the F-35 Will Help the Marines Storm the Beach

In a California demonstration, the short-takeoff fighters escorted troop-carrying V-22s into simulated hostile territory.

Our Casual Use of Military Jargon is Normalizing the Militarization of Society

“ASAP,” “on standby,” and “good to go” are all common army idioms.

Hill Negotiators Ignore Obama and Give Troops Biggest Pay Raise in 6 Years

Conference committee settles on a 2.1 percent military boost, rejecting the White House's request for a 1.6 percent raise.

Why Donald Trump Needs David Petraeus

The president-elect doesn’t understand that war is politics, because he lacks experience in both war and politics.

An Air Force officer completes a flight in the first newly upgraded operational B1-B Lancer Jan. 21, 2014, at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.

Will the Department of Defense Invest in People or Technology?

The Trump administration will determine the future of the Third Offset, a plan for ensuring the long-term competitive advantage of the U.S. armed forces.

 A soldier stands guard in a tower at Camp Delta at Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay in 2009.

How Trump’s Government Could Change America’s Approach to Terrorism

The president-elect may oversee a coming "War on radical Islam."

Boeing Defense CEO Weighs Spending More Time in DC

The shift would follow a raft of larger organizational and personnel changes at the aerospace giant.

South Korean professional Go player Lee Sedo appears on the screen during the second match of the Google DeepMind Challenge Match against AlphaGo in March 2016.

Fact Check: 2016 Government and Tech Predictions

Revisiting predictions from January.

The F-35B Just Got A Lot Deadlier

In a proof-of-concept experiment, data passed instantly from a Marine Corps fighter allowed a shipboard Aegis system to shoot down a drone.

America’s War-by-Airstrike in Three Charts

The U.S.-led air war against the Islamic State in Mosul, Raqqa, and the region, visualized.

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