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The U.S. Military Is Chopping Up Its Iron Man Suit For Parts

Special Operations Command’s much-anticipated super suit won’t be here for Christmas.

President Donald Trump walks on stage to speak at the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS meeting at the State Department in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019

Trump: U.S. Will Be Working with Mideast Partners ‘For Many Years to Come’

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.

Pentagon Behind in Taking Action on Watchdog’s Recommendations

GAO tells lawmakers Defense’s 67 percent rate of acting on auditors’ advice trails the rest of government.

Trump Announces Second North Korea Summit in State of the Union

The president stuck to the teleprompter in his 82-minute SOTU speech, the second-longest in history.

U.S. Central Command Commander Gen. Joseph Votel appears at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

Senior Officials Downplay Trump Plan to Keep Troops In Iraq to ‘Watch Iran’

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 speaks at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

Top General in Middle East Says He Wasn’t Consulted on Syria Withdrawal

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.

Senators David Perdue, R-Ga., left, and Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., are among the bipartisan group that have expressed concern about the Pentagon's ability to improve financial management.

Senators Seek Pentagon Reassurance on Department’s Financial Audit

The bipartisan group is worried that the expanded duties of Defense CFO David Norquist could delay reports to Congress.

President Ronald Reagan, right, and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev trade pens after signing the INF in 1987.

Trump Administration Downplays Fears of Post-Treaty Arms Race

"Nothing the U.S. is currently looking at is nuclear in character,” a senior administration official says, after announcing INF withdrawal.

The amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20), left, amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1), and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force amphibious transport dock ship JS Kunisaki (LST 4003) transit in formation during a cooperative deployment.

U.S. Navy Re-Evaluating 355-Ship Goal

The number could go up or down or include different types of ships.

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., said the Pentagon has failed to lay out a plan for addressing vulnerabilities due to climate change.

House Armed Services Members Challenge Pentagon on Climate Change

Democrats ask Defense chief for revisions to report, citing statutory requirements.