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 Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, left, holds a computer chip and a cell phone programmed to receive signals from Glonass in 2010.

Pentagon: We’ll Keep Buying Software That Russian Spies have Looked Through

The U.S. military will still buy consumer-off-the-shelf products from several tech companies that allowed Russia’s Federal Security Service, or FSB, an intelligence outfit, to intimately probe.

The Sodium Guidestar at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Starfire Optical Range sits on a 6,240 foot hilltop at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.

Get Lasers Into the Field Faster, Lawmakers Tell the Pentagon

The Senate’s version of the annual defense bill provides $200 million for rapid prototyping of directed energy weapons.

Mattis speaks at the Presidential Palace in Afghanistan on Sept. 27.

The U.S. Will Be Dropping A Lot More Bombs on Afghanistan

More air support for Afghan forces will help drive the Taliban to the negotiating table, Mattis and Dunford tell Congress.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said, “It’s a matter of clearing out things that get in officers’ way.”

CIA Director Vows to Slash Bureaucratic 'Vines,' Lauds Republican Predecessors

Pompeo wants fewer advance reviews of operations, quicker in-the-field decision making.

Master Sgt. Michael Berger, a special mission aviator from the 920th Rescue Wing, prepares for takeoff prior to a night flight on an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter July 6, 2017. The night exercise included a two-ship formation.

DARPA-Funded Radar Lets Planes See Through Smoke and Clouds

A promising approach to a decades-old quandary: how to get a clear field of view to the ground?

Trump's Undermining of Rex Tillerson

The president’s latest tweets question the value of U.S. diplomacy with North Korea.

Here’s How Much of Your Taxes Have Gone To Wars

Previously unreported Pentagon data shows how much the average U.S. taxpayer has paid for combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Syria.

Aircraft from the U.S. Air Force, U. S. Marine Corps, Japan Air Defense Force and Republic of Korea Air Force conduct a show of force flight south of the Demilitarization Zone in South Korea on Aug. 31.

Could North Korea Shoot Down U.S. Warplanes?

Some of Pyongyang's surface-to-air missiles are old, but its newer ones could threaten American aircraft.

McMaster: I’m Here to Serve, Not ‘Control the President’

The national security adviser says his job is to help the commander-in-chief by providing options and executing decisions to advance Trump’s agenda.

Marines participate in an exercise during the Infantry Officer Course at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, Sept. 18, 2017.

The Marines Finally Have Their First Female Infantry Officer

The lieutenant, who wants to keep her identity private, will lead a 40-person platoon.