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National Security Agency and Cyber Command chief Adm. Michael Rogers testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, before the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Pentagon Advisers Want Cyber ‘Tiger Teams,’ More Authorities for Cyber Command

Pentagon advisers: We need more infrastructure cybersecurity. Congress: We want more election-hacking security.

A concept of Sikorsky's new HH-60U, which it is pitching to replace 1960s-era Air Force Hueys.

Sikorsky Pitches Area 51 Security Helicopters to Guard ICBMs

Company executives say it’s the most efficient way for the Air Force to replace its half-century-old Hueys.

“It is conceivable that some day soon we will see someone's otherwise capable military security force penetrated, defeated or even overrun by such technologies,” Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata said.

Counter-Terror Chief: Expect Terrorist Drone Swarms 'Soon'

An upcoming competition will spotlight systems for downing enemy UAVs attacking solo or in groups.

Trump’s Defense Topline Faces a Big Hurdle, Just as When Obama Proposed It

The new administration’s proposal to give the Defense Department $603 billion in 2018 exceeds legal limits by about 10 percent.

Trump Ordered an Intelligence Report to Justify His Travel Ban. This is What He Got.

Citizenship is an “unlikely indicator” of an individual's threat to the U.S., it found.

How the FBI Is Hobbled by Religious Illiteracy

The Bureau has long defended “Judeo-Christianity.” Minority groups have not fared as well.

Hiring Freeze Forces Military Spouses to Make Tough Choices

Pentagon says it's looking at potential solutions for civilians blocked from new jobs when their spouses relocate.

A member of the Iraqi Special Forces shoots his machine gun at an Islamic State militant drone n the al-Barid district in Mosul, Iraq on Dec. 18, 2016.

Air Force Buys Mysterious Israeli Weapon to Kill ISIS Drones

What is this secret weapon? Pentagon officials aren’t saying, but here are some clues.

The Challenge of Accessing Birth Control in the Military

Many women want to stop their periods while in the field, but getting the means to do so can be difficult.

How Trump’s Immigrant Dragnet Might Catch Your Personal Data, Too

A DHS rule change aimed at undocumented immigrants could invade the personal privacy of fare more people than the ones they’re targeting.

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