Within three years, the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie or the biblical burning bush.
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Pointing to the KC-46 program’s latest problems, Heather Wilson says the company is focusing too much on its civil aircraft.
The North Korea debate shows the enduring attraction of "preventive war."
As the service secretaries converge on Capitol Hill to talk acquisition reform, it’s important to sort fact from fiction.
The qualities that worked for McMaster so well in the military proved less than ideal in a Trump White House.
The U.S. military is looking to enlist game theory and artificial intelligence to fight tomorrow’s unconventional warfare tactics.
A former U.S. Department of Defense and State Department official explains why a hard-line approach on North Korea will likely fail, as it did with Iran.
This week, the president inspected eight prototypes, but his administration still has a long way to go before bringing his campaign pledge to fruition.
Trump’s nominee to lead the agency should answer a number of tough questions about her role in its now-defunct “enhanced interrogation” program.
The Senate's 2014 report on torture details what "enhanced interrogation" really entailed.