Senate version of NDAA would require large companies to cover costs.
Despite claiming he was better at consoling the families of slain servicemembers than his predecessors, Trump offended the family of La David Johnson and skipped calls and letters to other grieving loved ones.
In a summer of multinational exercises in Europe, the first thing the U.S. Army learned was: ‘Borders are hard.’
While it’s tempting to view the spats as just more palace intrigue, they reveal a president impatient with diplomacy and drawn toward military force.
The latest figures from Air Force Central Command show that more bombs are being dropped than have been in nearly seven years.
The military can make a big difference right away but humanitarian deployments should generally be rare and brief.
The U.S. military will still buy consumer-off-the-shelf products from several tech companies that allowed Russia’s Federal Security Service, or FSB, an intelligence outfit, to intimately probe.
The Senate’s version of the annual defense bill provides $200 million for rapid prototyping of directed energy weapons.
More air support for Afghan forces will help drive the Taliban to the negotiating table, Mattis and Dunford tell Congress.
Pompeo wants fewer advance reviews of operations, quicker in-the-field decision making.
A promising approach to a decades-old quandary: how to get a clear field of view to the ground?