Arab Allies Now Want U.S. to Call ISIS, ‘Daeshi’

Arab Allies Now Want U.S. to Call ISIS, ‘Daeshi’

The debate over what to call the terror group trying to set up a state in Iraq and Syria just got more complicated.

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Pentagon Sets up F-35 Maintenance Plan in Asia

Pentagon Sets up F-35 Maintenance Plan in Asia

The Pentagon’s F-35 program announced plans for the program’s maintenance and sustainment of the aircraft in the Asia Pacific.

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Congress: Navy Needs More Money for 306-Ship Fleet

Congress: Navy Needs More Money for 306-Ship Fleet

A new Congressional report found the Navy does not have enough money to deliver on its 30-year shipbuilding plan.

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Army Opens Competition to Build Humvee Replacement

Army Opens Competition to Build Humvee Replacement

The U.S. Army has officially begun the next round of competition to begin building a replacement to the iconic Humvee.

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Critics: Congress Expands ‘Slush Funds’ in Defense Bill

Critics: Congress Expands ‘Slush Funds’ in Defense Bill

Congress passed the annual defense bill, setting the stage for a Senate vote on a massive spending deal to keep the government open through September.

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F-35 Program Announces European Sustainment Plan

F-35 Program Announces European Sustainment Plan

The Pentagon announced how it plans to spend funding over the next 40 to 50 years sustaining and maintaining the F-35 in Europe for decades after it enters service.

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Old A-10 and New F-35 Both Win in Spending Deal

Old A-10 and New F-35 Both Win in Spending Deal

The massive spending bill lawmakers unveiled late Tuesday includes more funding than the Pentagon requested for both F-35 and EA-18G aircraft.

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Pentagon Launches New Future Weapons Research Effort

Pentagon Launches New Future Weapons Research Effort

The Pentagon is starting a massive research and development effort aimed at finding and developing next-generation technologies.

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Forbes: Congress Must Fund Ohio Replacement Program, Increase Fleet Size

Forbes: Congress Must Fund Ohio Replacement Program, Increase Fleet Size

The chair of the House Seapower subcommittee said the Navy and Congress should consider boosting its fleet size beyond 306 ships.

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Congress Pushes to Keep an 11 Carrier Navy in Budget Agreement

Congress Pushes to Keep an 11 Carrier Navy in Budget Agreement

Congressional defense panels shift $605 million to ensure the refuel of the USS George Washington.

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Lawmakers Agree to Block Retirement of A-10 Fleet

Lawmakers Agree to Block Retirement of A-10 Fleet

The defense bill would still allow the Air Force to move as many 36 of the planes to back-up status, freeing up more maintainers for the F-35 program.

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Pentagon Won’t Confirm Ashton Carter is Next Defense Secretary

Pentagon Won’t Confirm Ashton Carter is Next Defense Secretary

Rear Adm. Kirby says he won’t play “parlor game” with press over the possible nomination of Ashton Carter

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Bob Work Raises Profile as Possible Hagel Successor

Bob Work Raises Profile as Possible Hagel Successor

The deputy defense secretary has been offered as a possible successor as the White House searches for a new defense secretary.

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Is White House Micromanagement Scaring Off Likely Defense Secretaries?

Is White House Micromanagement Scaring Off Likely Defense Secretaries?

The White House’s micromanagement of the Pentagon may be why front-runners to replace Chuck Hagel as defense secretary dropped out of the race.

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Navy LCS Replacement Hangs in Limbo with Hagel Resignation

Navy LCS Replacement Hangs in Limbo with Hagel Resignation

The Navy’s plan to replace the last 20 Littoral Combat Ships with a new vessel faces uncertainty following Hagel’s resignation.

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Hagel’s Successor Could Be First Female Pentagon Chief

Hagel’s Successor Could Be First Female Pentagon Chief

With Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation final, all eyes are on a handful of officials capable of becoming the next Pentagon chief.

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