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President Donald J. Trump speaks with Sailors in the hangar bay aboard Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford on March 2.

Why Sequestration Is Poised to Kill Trump's Budget

A Kafkaesque fiscal deal cut years ago is set to gut the White House’s spending proposal.

Flynn, Turkey, and the Long Paper Trail Trump Missed

An Erdogan government insider had contracts with Flynn’s group going back to the campaign, documents filed by Trump’s former national security advisor’s firm show.

Gen. Joseph Votel, commander, U.S. Central Command, told Congress that the U.S. needs to use "a combination of all of our elements of power — hard power and soft power."

ISIS War Generals to Congress: We Need the State Department

One week after Trump proposed shifting billions from the State Department to the Pentagon, two of the top U.S. generals in the Middle East and Africa say they need diplomatic help.

CIA Silent as Wikileaks Claims to Publish Thousands of Agency Files

The group says the 8,000-plus files detail the existence and function of key hacking tools.

Command Sgt. Maj Benjamin Jones, Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve, visits Coalition troops at Camp Taji, Iraq, where Iraqi forces can be trained.

Iraq Agreed to Share More Information With U.S. to Avoid Travel Ban

Other countries will have a harder time pulling the same trick.

A Chinese military officer looks at a Sig Sauer handgun at the IDEX arms expo in Abu Dhabi in 2015.

Chinese Military Officers Crash U.S. Air Force Conference in Florida

The three officers, armed with cameras, took a stroll around an exhibit hall of new weapons and technology.

A specially modified 46th Test Wing NC-130H aircraft equipped with the Advanced Tactical Laser weapon system.

Air Force Wants to Test a Laser on an Attack Plane Within A Year

But the U.S. Special Operations Command still needs money for the test and policymakers need to figure out the rules of engagement.

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.

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