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An air crew from Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations delivers humanitarian aid in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Oc

FEMA Meals Contractor’s Proposal Was Rife With False Claims, Senators Allege

Feds canceled the small Atlanta firm’s $156 million deal to feed hurricane victims in Puerto Rico after the company failed to meet requirements.

White House, Boeing In Final Stages of New Air Force One Deal

President Trump and Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg met in White House this week to break gridlock on price of new presidential planes.

President Trump boards Air Force One on Feb. 5.

Trump Said He Cut $1B from Air Force One's Price. His New Budget Says He Hasn't

The Pentagon's budget request sent to Congress on Monday still projects two new Air Force One jetliners costing $4 billion.

Actor and composer of Puerto Rican descent Lin-Manuel Miranda distributes food to victims of Hurricane Maria in November.

Lawmakers Press FEMA for Documents on Canceled Meals Contract for Puerto Rico

An Atlanta entrepreneur with a history of procurement problems delivered only a fraction of the order.

DHS’s New Plan for Refugee Screening Looks a Lot Like TSA PreCheck

Forget bans. Risk-based screening is the new way to vet refugees, and it could be useful for visa applicants as well.

Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan

Pentagon Warns CEOs: Protect Your Data or Lose Our Contracts

Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan says cyber security should be a top priority for its contractors.

An Echostar 105/SES-11 mission launches in October.

U.S. Air Force Looks For New Ways to Buy, Protect Satellites

Ideas include smaller constellations — perhaps even spacecraft built to commercial standards.

A Marine Corps F-35 Lightning II aircraft is escorted by two Marine F/A-18 Hornets.

The Marines Have ‘Too Many Hornets’

The commandant wants to retire beaten-up F/A-18s more quickly as F-35s join the Corps.

Air Force One Needs New Refrigerators. They Cost $24 Million

The improvement is just the latest example of the bespoke requirements for the presidential jets.

An F-35A team at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, conduct operational testing in February 2016.

Why the Shutdown Didn’t Much Affect Defense Firms

Timing is everything. Three days — including a weekend — is not quite enough to cause production problems that really hurt.