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Air Force Stands Up Space Mission Force to Counter Russia, China

The service is reorganizing for battle in space, but threats may be progressing faster than fixes.

Ash Carter visits U.S. Cyber Command at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Carter has acknowledged and apologized for his email lapse, but Grassley still has questions.

Now It's Defense Chief Ash Carter's Turn to Explain Use of Personal Email

Warning of hackers, Sen. Grassley demands list of Defense secretary's missives.

Can this Stanford Professor Turn the Pentagon into a Lean Startup?

Steve Blank is part of a team teaching a class called "Hacking for Defense" at Stanford University’s engineering school.

On the Issues: How the Presidential Candidates Would Tackle VA Reform

The first in a series of graphics illustrating the 2016 contenders’ views on the best way to manage the bureaucracy and federal workforce.

The USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54) conducts a live fire gunnery exercise.

The US Is Being 'Dangerous and Irresponsible' in the South China Sea, Beijing says

A U.S. guided-missile destroyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of Triton island in South China Sea on Saturday.

An Army soldier with Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, scans the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan.

1.6 Percent Pay Raise for Service Members in 2017?

President’s upcoming budget proposal reportedly will contain a slightly higher pay boost for members of the military next year.

America’s Misplaced Faith in Bombing Campaigns

Many think of aerial bombardment as a cheap, effective alternative to spilling American blood. They're wrong.

Navy Commander Pleads Guilty in Contractor’s Bribery-Prostitution Scheme

Criminal prosecution to continue in case of Singapore-based GDMA.

An Afghan airman stands at his security post near Forward Operating Base Oqab in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan Growing More Dangerous for U.S. Rebuilders

Lack of security makes it nearly impossible to manage reconstruction projects.