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Head Air Marshal to Congress: We've Still Got This

The "last line of defense" in the sky is persevering despite several challenges.

Police officers enter the Armed Forces Career Center through a bullet-riddled door after the shooting Thursday.

Four U.S. Marines Killed in Attack at Tennessee Military Recruitment Office

The gunman was identified as 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez.

Vice President Joe Biden

Joe Biden's New Mission: Selling the Iran Deal

President Obama has dispatched his favorite Hill ambassador to persuade Democrats to back the nuclear agreement.

Obama: Argument for Rejecting Iran Deal 'Defies Logic'

The Iran deal debate is hardly over. And the president knows it.

Q&A: The Case for Crowdsourcing War Games

Washington-based consulting firm WikiStrat is polling its a network of 2,000 experts for war game simulations.

A counter improvised explosive device warfare instructor at Combat Center Range 800, gives instruction to Marines in 2013 during a training exercise.

The Defense Department's IED Office Reinvents Itself For a New Era

JIEDDO is now JIDA, with a permanent place in the bureaucracy and license to target more than roadside bombs

The Stunning ISIS-Related Allegations Against the Son of a Boston Cop

DOJ alleges the 23-year-old was planning an attack in the style of 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

The True Story of the Soviet Engineer Who Became a Spy and Saved the Federal Government $1 Billion

HUMINT remains the hardest, most dangerous, least scientific but also most powerful intelligence discipline of them all.

An F-35A Lightning II arrives at Nellis Air Force Base in 2013.

Defense Reconsidering Total F-35 Buy, Dunford Says

Gen. Joseph Dunford, the nominee for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he’s willing to rethink the acquisition plan for the most expensive weapons program ever.

Army to Cut 17,000 Civilian Employees

Cuts will come alongside a reduction of 40,000 troops.