Raytheon is testing a new laser-guided 155mm artillery shell which adds laser-designation to GPS guidance.
Officials said a program to replace a third of the Humvee fleet with new light-duty trucks remains on track despite uncertainty over future budget cuts.
DRS and Israeli-based Rafael Advanced Defense Systems are asking the Army to consider acquiring the Trophy Active Protection System.
The service had a record year for foreign military sales, with rising demand in the Middle East for such weapons systems as Apache attack helicopters, Patriot and Javelin missiles.
The U.S. Army is outfitting another one of its Stryker Brigade Combat Team with Double V-Hull vehicles to better protect them from enemy bombs.
The U.S. Army is engineering its Apache AH-64 attack helicopters with additional avionics, radar and sensor technology so that the aircraft can better function in a maritime environment
The Army plans to conduct more maritime exercises with Navy ships in the Pacific as part of the services’ rebalance to the region.
Sequestration has snarled Army plans to refit Stryker Fighting Vehicles with V-hulls against the threat of roadside bombs.
The U.S. Army is pressing ahead with plans to buy a replacement for the iconic Humvee, even as it upgrades heavier blast-resistant trucks now part of the fleet.
The fight against Ebola is only the latest of the Army’s Africa expanding mission set, which has grown in recent years.
U.S. Marines are showing off the Osprey and its ability to be used in disaster relief at San Francisco’s Fleet Week.
The Air Force is looking at a range of airframes as potential replacements for its aging fleet of E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar Systems.
The Navy is outfitted 500 air-launched AGM-65 Maverick missiles with semi-active laser targeting technology.
The U.S. Air Force didn’t justify its plans to buy a total of 401 MQ-9 Reaper drones worth about $77 billion, according to a report on a Pentagon Inspector General audit.
The Navy test-fired a Norwegian long-range precision strike missile from the deck of its Littoral Combat Ship to assess whether the weapon should be permanently integrated onto the ship