Chapman’s FOIA case forces out “proprietary” information on subcontractors.
Members of the U.S. military serving in all of Japan have been temporarily banned from drinking alcohol both on and off base following a fatal accident in Okinawa.
The U.S. is "on track," but additional armored forces, long-range artillery and bridging capabilities would help deter Russia, Milley says.
Just months into the first development contracts, the service’s top general is looking for ways to speed things up.
The average American taxpayer has spent $23,386 on wars since 2001, report researchers.
Here are three questions to consider after lawmakers hear testimony on nuclear authority.
The DATA Act was supposed to create financial transparency, but a watchdog found plenty of inaccuracies.
The Pentagon just wargamed that scenario as part of its effort to determine what it needs for 21st-century deterrence.
A Senate-proposed “loser pays” mandate on major contracts was watered down.
The service’s top general says new systems, from bombs to buildings, must be able to think, share, and learn.
The CIA director is intent on drawing connections between al-Qaeda and Iran—but to what end?