The Chinese Navy operates a greater number of attack submarines than the U.S. military and is expanding their mission set.
The U.S. Army does not want the Air Force’s fleet of A-10 attack planes, even if it would save the venerable Cold War-era aircraft from the bone yard.
The Pentagon is sending about 10,000 M16s and 250 MRAPs to Iraq under a new program to rush the deal through the State Department.
The Navy didn’t include any new Growlers in its 2016 budget even as it continues to study expanding numbers stationed on carriers.
The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer said the U.S. has no “near term” plans to sell F-35s to nations such as Qatar or the UAE.
New Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Thursday that President Obama needs policy guidance from a military perspective.
Pentagon leaders would have to again slash funding for annual training across the military unless Capitol Hill blocks sequestration.
Rear Adm. John Kirby announced Wednesday he’s leaving his post as Pentagon press secretary to allow Carter to pick his own chief spokesman.
DoD has subpoenaed Pratt & Whitney’s engine unit for the records of more than $1.5 billion worth of maintenance work on C-17s.
The Senate approved Ashton Carter Thursday as the next secretary of defense in a vote that saw only five nays.
Companies hoping the build production models of the U.S. military’s Humvee replacement have submitted their final bids.
The Army asked for 50 percent more funding than it did last year in the defense budget proposal.
Ashton Carter agreed to hear arguments from JTACS for keeping the A-10 despite renewed efforts by the Air Force to retire it.
The chairman of the powerful House Seapower and Projection Forces subcommittee is concerned that current emerging global threats and conflicts will slow down the implementation of the Pentagon’s much-discussed Pacific rebalance.
Officials defended the U.S. Defense Department’s proposed fiscal 2016 budget, even though it ignores spending caps mandated by existing law.