DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES

Results 111-120 of 13030
Airmen from the 51st Security Forces Squadron secure the wing headquarters building during a training exercise at Osan Air Base, South Korea.

Mislabeled Weapons Raise Risk of Accidental Explosions in South Korea

Pentagon IG says the Air Force incorrectly recorded weights of explosives at military storage facilities.

Pentagon Watchdog Compiles Recommendations That Could Save $34 Billion

The Defense Department is processing more than 1,200 open IG remedies.

  The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle mission 3 (OTV-3), the Air Force's unmanned, reusable space plane, landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in 2014.

U.S. Won't Launch a Military Space Corps—For Now

Russian and Chinese anti-satellite weapons testing has raised the profile of space conflict in recent years.

Col. Drew Cukor, Chief, Algorithmic Warfare Cross Function Team, ISR Operations Directorate, Warfighter Support, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, speaks with Defense One's Marcus Weisgerber in Washington, D.C., on July 13.

How Will The Pentagon Create Its AIs? The Algorithmic-Warfare Team Is Charting a Path

Over the next 36 months, an algorithmic-warfare team will draw up a model for splitting the work between government and industry.

The US Must Rethink How It Uses Special Operators, Says Incoming SOLIC Secretary

Strained by war, the military’s elite units can’t grow any faster nor deploy slower. Something in their mission set must give.

White House Objects to Ban on New BRAC in Defense Bill

No veto threatened, but Trump team seeks savings in base closures.

Airstrikes target Islamic State positions on the edge of the Old City a day after Iraq's prime minister declared "total victory" in Mosul on Tuesday.

Ceasefire or No, U.S. and Russia Remain ‘A Second or Two Away’ from Accidental War Over Syria

The head of Air Combat Command says one mistake by a pilot in an advanced warplane could mean an unintended escalation in Syria.

A Russian compound, which was ordered to be closed and vacated, is seen on Long Island, New York, in 2016.

Russia Threatens to Expel 30 U.S. Diplomats

Moscow is angry about the Trump administration’s refusal to return two diplomatic compounds seized last year by the Obama administration.

Emergency personnel stand along U.S. Highway 82 following the plane crash on July 10, 2017.

16 Dead in Military Plane Crash in Mississippi

The majority of passengers are believed to be marines.