The $5.3 billion price tag is the Pentagon’s first public accounting to include the new hangars and various other costs.
The service intends to buy 500 fewer JLTVs next year — but will it still buy the total planned 49,000?
Pyongyang’s latest threats don’t necessarily mean diplomacy is dead. But they are a sign of just how deadlocked nuclear talks have become.
Who Are The Private Contractors Fighting In Iraq And Afghanistan? An Inside Look At This Invisible Military Force
A new study looks at obituaries of private military contractors killed at war. The majority are white men with significant military experience.
Top U.S. Air Force general in Europe will lead alliance as Trump officials continue to berate members for more money.
Defense officials have asked for $304 million to fund research into space-based lasers and particle beams, and other new forms of missile defense next year.
In his first testimony to Congress as acting Pentagon chief, Shanahan called “erroneous” the reports of the proposal to make allies pay more.
Though not a ban, Trump approach denies accommodations for "gender dysphoria."
CNO says that’s why the service stopped publishing promotion lists in October.
Small business group has long sought subcontractor data from Sikorsky.
Almost one-quarter of the 2020 defense budget is in OCO. That's sure to come up when Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan testifies on Thursday.