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A U.S. Air Force F-16C performs an aerial patrol over an Afghan district in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel in March.

U.S. Progress in Rebuilding Afghanistan Detectable Amid Tragedy

Still, watchdog’s quarterly report says the country “has not become a post-conflict nation.”

U.S. Air Force Airmen stand parade rest before a retreat ceremony in March.

Pentagon’s Focus on Sexual Assault Has Spurred Reporting, But Also Created ‘Training Fatigue’

Prevention-and-reporting leaders want the U.S. military to be a “bit more strategic” in how it talks to troops about sexual assault.

Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, unveiled two bills aimed at downsizing the Pentagon's "Fourth Estate."

Lawmaker's Plan to Trim Pentagon's Back Office Hits Headwinds

Thornberry’s draft reorganization bills seen as good step toward economies, but simplistic.

An Illustration of a hypersonic missile.

The Pentagon’s New R&D Chief Has a Mandate for Change

Michael Griffin has orders to concentrate the Defense Department’s diverse research and development efforts on a few key technologies.

These Are The Photos Of Kim Jong-Un And Mike Pompeo That Trump Called 'Incredible'

It is unclear if we'll see a similar image of Trump, he's hedged on whether he'd meet with Kim at all or leave the meeting if it isn't "fruitful."

A model of the short-range radio frequency stopper under development to stop vehicle attacks, developed by JNLWD, in March.

The Pentagon Is Making a Ray Gun to Stop Truck Attacks

A device that resembles an old phonograph may soon be used to jam and shut down vehicles like the one that killed 10 people in Toronto.

House Lawmakers Close Pentagon Budget Hearing to the Public

Mattis and Dunford have open hearings at the Armed Services Committees, but will talk over their $686.1 billion request with House appropriators in private.

Senate Panel Narrowly Approves Pompeo for Secretary of State

After a last-minute flip by Senator Rand Paul, President Trump’s pick for secretary of state wins approval from the Foreign Relations Committee despite opposition from Democrats.

The fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite undergoes production at Lockheed Martin’s satellite manufacturing facility in Sunnyvale, California.

U.S. Air Force to Put Sensors on Allies’ Satellites

The move is intended to deter Russia or China from shooting down spacecraft — and provide backups if they do.

People watch a TV screen showing an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station.

What Trump Has Already Given Up to North Korea

Pyongyang has long sought a legitimacy-conferring summit with a sitting U.S. president, and it looks highly unlikely to give up the "treasured sword" of its existing nukes.