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Lockheed Official: Here's How To Keep America’s Airborne Advantage

Regular updates to the F-22 and F-35, says Lockheed’s Rob Weiss, plus a deep commitment to chasing the game-changing tech of the future.

Brad Carson, then under secretary of the Army, met with troops at Fort Bragg, N.C., in 2014. Now acting undersecretary of Defense for personnel, Carson announced he would resign in April.

Pentagon Churns Through 9 Personnel Chiefs in 7 Years, Hurting Reform

Even before Brad Carson got beat up on Capitol Hill, he was ensnared in a Catch-22.

CIA Director John Brennan testifies on Capitol Hill in February.

The Obama Administration's Drone-Strike Dissembling

Debunking John Brennan’s claim that “the president requires near-certainty of no collateral damage” to allow a drone killing to go forward.

Pentagon Financial Managers See Shrinking Staff, Swelling Workload

Comptroller survey shows worry over meeting military’s operational requirements.

F-35 Chief: Pentagon Should Think Hard Before Making Another Joint Fighter

Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan has a bit of advice for Air Force and Navy leaders envisioning their next tactical aircraft.

A CBP drone taxies on a runway in Southwest Texas in 2011.

The Rise of Federal Surveillance Drones in the U.S.

A lot of government agencies are exercising their ability to look down on ordinary citizens.

Hillary Clinton checks her Blackberry aboard a C-17 military plane in October 2011.

Republican National Committee Joins Legal Attack on Clinton Email Practices

Two lawsuits seek her text and BlackBerry messages from State Department years.

A Rafale fighter on the final assembly line in the factory of French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation.

If Trump Wins, Expect Thousands of Defense Jobs to Move to Europe

The GOP frontrunner's anti-Muslim comments could prompt U.S. allies to shop elsewhere for arms.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and three other senators signed a letter to the Defense Department.

Senators Urge Pentagon to Postpone Cuts to Autism Coverage for Military Kids

Proposed reductions in reimbursement rates for a popular therapy offered under TRICARE would take effect on March 30.

DHS chief Jeh Johnson testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on the department's fiscal 2017 budget request.

Border Agencies Fall Short of Fulfilling Ambitious Hiring Plans

High attrition rates and a shortage of qualified polygraphers are hampering efforts; DHS chief cites tough budget choices.