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First Lt. Pamela Blanco-Coca and 2nd Lt. John Anderson simulate key turns of the Minuteman III ICBM in a Launch Control Center on the F.E. Warren Air Force Base Missile Complex in Wyoming.

Nuclear Command Network Would See Comprehensive Upgrade Under Trump Plan

While the ICBMs, bombers, submarines and cruise missiles get lots of attention, the network connecting them also needs updating.

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

Trump Orders Intel Agencies To Protect Americans from ‘Unmasking’

The president has accused officials in the Obama administration of abusing the privilege to request redacted names from intelligence reports.

Last March, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson warned top officers and civilian officials against talking too openly with the press.

The Pentagon’s Secrecy Is Undermining Its Quest for a Bigger Budget

Last year, U.S. Navy and defense leaders warned their people to watch what they say. Lawmakers say that’s made it harder to argue for spending bumps on Capitol Hill.

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald aboard the heavy lift transport vessel MV Transshelf before being transported to Huntington Ingalls Industries for repairs.

Navy: More Ships, Tech, Training, Could Help Prevent Collisions at Sea

The comments come as the Pentagon prepares to submit a budget plan expected to call for increases in the size of the military.

Special Inspector General for Afghanistan John Sopko

Pentagon Task Force’s $675 Million in Contracts to Rebuild Afghanistan Found Wasteful

Special watchdog cites overspending on indirect costs and too many sole-source awards.

In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, a Pakistani man walks by a truck carrying NATO military vehicles at a terminal in Karachi, Pakistan.

Will Pakistan Close NATO’s Supply Routes into Afghanistan? Mattis Plays Down Possibility

‘I’m not concerned,’ the defense secretary tells reporters after the White House announced an intention to suspend military aid to Islamabad.

As Talks to Avoid Shutdown Near Climax, Pentagon Continues Bemoaning Stopgap Budgets

Lawmakers meet Trump for weekend negotiations while Defense managers scramble to manage priorities.

CDC To Brief the Public on Responding to a Nuclear Attack

The health agency said that such an event is unlikely, but “planning and preparation can lessen deaths and illnesses.”