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owa Paye, 9, is taken to an ambulance after showing signs of the Ebola infection in the village of Freeman Reserve, about 30 miles north of Monrovia, Liberia.

Air Force is Building Mini-Hospital in Liberia to Fight Ebola

The Air Combat Command has started installation of a mini-community hospital in Liberia.

The Pentagon often fails to buy weapons on time and on budget. Above, an F/A-18F Super Hornet prepares to land on the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush in the Persian Gulf Oct. 3.

The Trouble With Defense Acquisition May Be the Workforce

Too often, contracts are left to 'managers for whom it is merely one step in a career path directed elsewhere,' an expert tells Senate investigators in recent report.

These drones can see where you put your sunscreen.

Yes, Sunbathers, That's a Government-Commissioned Drone Above You

Small Coast Guard robot planes would be deployed for public-safety missions.

Robert Cardillo accepting the NGA colors from Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Michael Vickers.

With Technology and Transparency on its Side, NGA Ready for Its Day in the Sun

The agency has taken a lead role in the intelligence community’s technology integration plan and spearheaded big data efforts.

Border Agency Improves Handling of Unaccompanied Minors

Watchdog finds better medical screening, food service and case processing during unannounced visits.

A group of autonomous swarm robots conduct operations on the James River.

Inside the Navy’s Secret Swarm Robot Experiment

Swarming robot boats could be heading to a contested strait near you. By Patrick Tucker

Would Agencies Buy More Cloud if Companies Made It Easier?

Maybe contracting officers shouldn’t take all the blame.

Military Health System Does Not Like Patient Safety Bad News

Staffers fear retaliation, according to the findings of a Pentagon-ordered review.

Kurdish peshmerga forces patrol in Mahmoudiyah, Iraq, earlier this week, after taking control of the village from the Islamic State group.

The ISIS Conflict Has Saturated the American Mind

On Pew's latest news quiz, the only issue Americans were better informed about was the level of the minimum wage.

Airmen with the 24th Air Force at Port San Antonio look into their screens during an open house at the facility.

House Intel Chief Wants To Increase Cyber Attacks Against Russia

The United States needs to be on the offensive when it comes to a preventing cyber war, says Rep. Mike Rogers. By Patrick Tucker