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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.

Staff Sgt. Shawn Kruse waits for a helicopter in Jaghori, Afghanistan, in 2009.

The Biggest Threat Facing America’s Army: Unpredictability

Foes are increasing their reach in unexpected ways, while budget whiplash is needlessly draining the force of time and resources.

Trump vs. the Generals

As president, he says he would create a Syrian safe zone and swiftly draft a plan to defeat ISIS 'fast.' Here are the flag officers who say: not so fast.

John Kerry Calls Bombing of Aleppo ‘Beyond the Pale’

Fighting in the Syrian city has led to a devastating, and worsening, humanitarian crisis.

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin tests goggles with an electronic connection that allows him to see the view from an unmanned drone aircraft, during an exhibition of equipment displayed at Russia's Civil Defense Academy in Moscow's Khimki surburbs.

U.S. Army Racing to Catch Up to Russia On Battle Drones

After watching UAVs dominate eastern Ukrainian skies, the service is seeking counter-drone tech and new families of flying robots.

CIA Director Calls 9/11 Legislation 'Badly Misguided'

Congress delivered a historic rebuke to the administration on Wednesday by overriding Obama’s veto.

The CIA is Trying to Protect the Privacy Rights of Someone Who Does Not Exist

Why is it holding on to the files of a fictional Cold War journalist?

The EC-130H Compass Call has a wingspan of 132 ft. 7 in. and can fly 2,295 miles unrefueled.

U.S. Air Force Preps a Controversial No-Bid Purchase of Spy Planes

Lawmakers balk at replacing aging EC-130Hs with smaller Gulfstream G550s without open competition.

Defense Whistleblower Vindicated for Reporting Privacy Violation

Non-supervisors may not demand others’ telework agreements, IG notes.

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