The Navy said it was abandoning all remaining criminal charges against sailors involved in fatal accidents in the Pacific. Here’s how the actions of the chief of naval operations helped doom the cases.
The brain can do a lot, but it is vulnerable, especially to traumatic events. Over the years, researchers have learned the unique ways in which it is damaged by experiencing or witnessing trauma.
For decades, JASON studies helped DOD and other agencies get outside perspectives on scientific and technical topics.
It’s a key week for proponents of the Trump administration’s space reorganization — and their detractors.
Despite lobbying, Sunshine State left off shortlist for command’s new headquarters.
Transparency activist using FOIA finds more than double the rate under Obama.
Engineers, researchers, and hackers will seek ways to protect warships and bases from hobby-type drones modified to kill.
Inspector general’s "high-risk" report urges planning for major future expenditures.
He’s still a contender for the top job at the Department of Defense. But the more he’s in the public eye, the more his obstacles mount.
Without the cash, service says it will cut pilot training, ground planes, stop other base construction projects.
Acting deputy Norquist cites authorities while defending spending request and audit.