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MQ-9 Reaper taxies down a runway in Afghanistan.

The U.S. Defense Industry Wants an Arms-Export Czar

AIA proposes the appointment of a single official or government body to shepherd deals through the Defense, State and Commerce Departments — among other changes.

North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol meets with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in New York on Thursday.

Is the North Korea Summit Back On?

If Trump salvages a summit that looked dead only a week ago, it will be because he has overturned the traditional diplomatic process with North Korea.

20th Special Forces Group and Nigerien Armed Forces train together in Niger and at key outstations at Burkina Faso and Senegal as part of Flintlock 2018.

The U.S. Military Has a New Tool to Connect Its Far-Flung African Bases

A medium-earth-orbit satellite contract hints at AFRICOM’s data and connectivity needs.

Protestors rally at Denver International Airport in 2017 in reaction to President Donald Trump's travel ban.

White House's Pick to Lead Refugee Efforts Is a Critic of Immigration

“To put somebody in charge whose track record consists of writing about how much he despises immigrants is just unfathomable.”

Pentagon Needs More Accurate Cash Management, Watchdog Warns

Defense chief financial officer disagrees with proposal for multiple-agency approvals.

C-5 Galaxy tails on the flightline frame a C-5 on final approach to Westover Air Reserve Base.

The Air Force Is Waiting a Year for Parts That It Could 3D-Print

Its chief weapons buyer is mulling licensing arrangements to allow third-party manufacture.

Pentagon Still Lacks Accurate Property Inventory, Says Watchdog

DoD avoids language that might alarm communities worried about a new BRAC.

A U.S. Marine with Task Force Southwest provides security during a patrol near Bost Airfield in Afghanistan in January.

What the Long, Corruption-Enabling, Mostly Failed Afghanistan-Stabilization Effort Tells Us

It’s about managing expectations: ours about the timeline, the foreign population’s about governance.

Kim Yong Chol, left, and Kim Jong-un meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on May 27.

The Canceled Trump-Kim Summit Is Bringing a Blacklisted North Korean General To The U.S.

Kim Yong Chol is suspected of being the mastermind behind two deadly attacks on South Korea in 2010.

Competitors pull simulated casualties during the stress shoot event during the Eighth Army Best Warrior Competition, held at Camp Casey, Republic of Korea, in May.

U.S. Forces in South Korea: A Seven-Decade Commitment

Since the Korean War, U.S. troops have helped South Korea with military training and planning. Our Speed Read describes the regular joint exercises designed to deter North Korean aggression.