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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis stands with the United Kingdom’s Secretary of State for Defence Sir Michael Fallon before a meeting at the Pentagon.

As Trump and Putin Met, US and UK Defense Chiefs Discussed Ways to Deter Russia

While one part of Trump’s executive branch looks to improve relations with Moscow, another prepares for the worst.

Spooked by North Korea, Lawmakers Resurrect an Old Missile-Defense Idea

Technical experts say space-based interceptors haven’t gotten any more practical since the Reagan era, but House lawmakers still want the Pentagon to plan for them.

SparkCognition’s CEO says his company’s AI might be able to diagnose and predict engineering problems like the ones that have bedeviled the USS Coronado and other U.S. Navy littoral combat ships.

For Sale: Artificial Intelligence That Teaches Itself

An AI startup with dozens of aviation-industry customers sets its sights on the U.S. military.

Trump Weighs a 'Pretty Severe' Response to North Korea's ICBM Test

The president said “something will have to be done about” the Kim Jong Un regime’s actions.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

State Department Withholds Employee Survey Results From Public

Leaked details show frustration at budget cuts, vacancies and technology.

Service members recite the oath of allegiance during a naturalization ceremony conducted in the hanger bay on board USS Somerset in Seattle in 2016.

Why Trump Should Embrace America's Immigrant Soldiers

Immigrants have been part of the armed forces since the Revolutionary War. The administration is considering ending a program that grants some of them citizenship in exchange for their service.

A news bulletin aired by North Korea's KRT on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, shows what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile.

North Korea Crisis: U.S. and South Korea Respond

The two allies conducted a ballistic-missile drill in the Sea of Japan in response to Pyongyang’s test of an ICBM.

Former Pentagon Money Man to Oversee Defense of NATO Computer Networks

Kevin Scheid returns to the alliance as members eye spending increases to pay for cyber projects and traditional weapons.

Agencies' Grasp of Agile is ‘All Over The Map,’ One CTO Says

Developing software in an incremental fashion may mean rethinking contracting and personnel's duties, an Excella Consulting's chief technology officer said.

Lisa Disbrow speaks about the retirement ceremony for Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody in February.

Departing Air Force Undersecretary Warns of Budget Uncertainty

Lisa Disbrow says the Air Force needs stable funding to better connect its planes, protect its satellites and buy more aircraft.