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Soldiers to Help Crowdsource Spy Maps

Because satellite connectivity can be too spotty to obtain high-fidelity images for spies in remote locations, some intelligence officials say they welcome the expansion of social mapping.

The front and back of the new Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal

The Symbolism of the New U.S. Medal for Fighting ISIS

A very close look at the military’s award for service in Syria and Iraq.

Gen. Joseph Dunford testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee earlier this month.

Joint Chiefs Chairman: No, NATO’s Not Obsolete

In fact, the alliance soon could join the fight against ISIS, adds Defense Secretary Carter.

You’ve Heard of the Internet of Things. Here’s What Comes Next.

The industrial revolution is coming to the Internet of Things, and it has the potential to really change the world.

Pentagon Exec Used Subordinates as His Personal Chauffeur, IG Finds

Rides to airport and building escort duty violated rules and demeaned underlings, IG said.

A  Customs and Border Patrol officer lines up bags of spice that will run on a conveyor belt through a mobile x-ray unit in Newark in 2012.

Border Agents Seized Goods Tied To Forced Labor For The First Time Since 2001

The agency said it had information “indicating that the Tangshan Sanyou Group and its subsidiaries utilize convict labor in the production of the merchandise.”

The Apple-FBI Showdown Is Over

The FBI gained access to the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters—without Cupertino's help.

The USS Abraham Lincoln arrives for a scheduled port visit in Florida. Dusek was found to have steered the aircraft carrier to Port Klang, Malaysia – a port terminal owned by Francis.

Navy Captain Who Took Fat Leonard’s Bribes Gets 46 Months in Prison

Dusek is highest-ranking official punished in case involving Asia ship schedules.