Nuclear submarines, F/A-18 Super Hornets, new amphibious assault ships, Tomahawk missiles and Littoral Combat Ships end up on the House Armed Services proposal.
The Air Force moved its B-1 bombers from Air Combat Command to Global Strike Command in an effort to organize its entire bomber fleet under one command.
Lawmakers will add money into a special fund established this year for the purpose of paying for the Ohio Replacement Program.
The Navy is investigating the prospect of building three new Virginia-class attack submarines per year instead of two.
The U.S. Air Force wants to partner with rocket makers in developing a new propulsion system that could replace Russian-made technology used on existing boosters, officials said.
The general in charge of Air Force Space Command warned that failures may disrupt how the service buys rocket launches from competitive providers.
Adm. Paul F. Zukunft said the U.S. is practically a bystander in the region while Russia operates 27 icebreakers.
A Lockheed Martin Corp.-Boeing Co. joint venture has unveiled a new rocket called the Vulcan designed in part to end the firm’s dependence on Russian engines.
The U.S. Air Force general who warned subordinates that praising the A-10 aircraft to lawmakers amounts to “treason” has been fired, the service said.
The Defense Department’s top weapons buyer said future systems must take advantage of rapidly evolving commercial technology.
The Navy and Marine Corps are preparing their amphibious assault ships for the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter’s first ever deployment slated for 2018.
Organizers of the nation’s biggest space conference have banned reporters and other members of the press from attending any of the event’s panels on cybersecurity.
U.S. Army generals suggested the M113 will remain in the inventory — and inside the wire — for another decade until the Vietnam-era tracked vehicle is retired.
The U.S. Army is working to glean intelligence on Russian military technology from the conflict between pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces.
The U.S. Army’s advanced technology czar said that the service must focus on accelerating the innovation of attainable technologies.