The Navy issued a draft RFP to get more information on the direction of its carrier drone program.
Phoenix International Holdings Inc. is helping search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 under a potentially $50 million contract with the U.S. Navy.
The cost increases for the Navy’s MQ-8 Fire Scout unmanned chopper and the Air Force’s Joint Precision Approach and Landing System may put the programs at risk of cancellation.
The cost to build the Joint Strike Fighter fleet rose 1.88 percent over the past year, said Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan.
While Navy officials and the Pentagon’s top weapons buyer have signaled they’re looking for ways to preserve the deal, the situation has spooked defense contractors and their suppliers.
Global defense expenditures totaled $1.7 trillion in 2013, a decrease of 1.9 percent in real dollars from the previous year, according to a new report.
The Navy plans to select the contractor who will build the next generation presidential helicopter next month.
The influential senator from Arizona has added his voice to the growing chorus of lawmakers seeking to block the Pentagon’s plans to retire the A-10 attack plane.
The head of Military Sealift Command says his cargo and support vessels are ready to free up the Marine Corps’ amphibious fleet.
The Navy is integrating a Hellfire missile onto the Littoral Combat Ship as a way to give the platform more fire-power.
Readiness rates over the past five years for the MV-22 Osprey have risen by 25 percent and costs have dropped 20 percent.
Engineers with the U.S. Navy have finished drawing up blueprints for a future class of nuclear-armed ballistic missile submarines.
The Army is pushing back against calls for an independent panel to analyze its proposal to restructure aviation units in part by stripping the Guard of its Apaches.
Finmeccanica is proposing that the OTO Melara 76mm gun be configured onto the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship.
U.S. Marines recently landed K-MAX and MH-6 Little Bird helicopters autonomously using an i-Pad like mini-tablet.