Special Operations Command’s much-anticipated super suit won’t be here for Christmas.
DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES
The president acknowledged that the Islamic State continues to pose a threat even though U.S.-led coalition forces have retaken 99 percent of its territory.
GAO tells lawmakers Defense’s 67 percent rate of acting on auditors’ advice trails the rest of government.
The president stuck to the teleprompter in his 82-minute SOTU speech, the second-longest in history.
Some Baghdad watchers say the president’s remarks could imperil the U.S. troop presence in Iraq.
U.S. Central Command commander Gen. Joseph Votel provided the first public confirmation that the Pentagon was caught by surprise by Trump’s December tweet.
The bipartisan group is worried that the expanded duties of Defense CFO David Norquist could delay reports to Congress.
"Nothing the U.S. is currently looking at is nuclear in character,” a senior administration official says, after announcing INF withdrawal.
The number could go up or down or include different types of ships.
Democrats ask Defense chief for revisions to report, citing statutory requirements.