Nakasone tells industry group of 92 percent retention rate, need for diversity.
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The administration wants a new military service branch, but space mission's future in the Pentagon and Congress is far from certain.
A 1981 law allows federal officials to override the firms’ suspensions for such misconduct as fraud, bribery and theft.
Vulnerabilities in certain brands of communications terminals can be used to access GPS data on forward-deployed troops.
Air Force recruiters will prize computer skills more highly, while the service will encourage airmen to experiment with their own solutions
As Pentagon leaders plan changes to the U.S. military’s orbital-operations organizations, analysts wonder whether they have done all their homework.
A long-running inferiority complex, vast statutory power, a chilling new directive from the top—inside America’s unfolding immigration tragedy.
An American pilot. A German aide on Capitol Hill. In the first and second world wars, the FBI effectively uprooted foreign influence campaigns. Today, the agency faces an uphill battle
The service’s mobility chief is already talking with SpaceX and other companies about the possibilities of orbiting supply dumps.
But Republicans who oppose the president’s push appear largely content to hold their fire until next year.