Boeing Co., the world’s largest aerospace company, landed a $1.5 billion contract to supply P-8 Poseidon aircraft to the U.S. and Australia.
The U.S. Air Force blamed mistaken cost estimates for the new bomber program in part on “human error.”
Defense contracting giant Lockheed Martin and Humvee-maker AM General may protest the Army’s decision to award a contract to truck-maker Oshkosh to build a Humvee replacement.
Oshkosh Corp. on Tuesday won a $6.7 billion military contract to begin building a replacement for the iconic Humvee called the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.
The U.S. Air Force’s top military man dismissed the idea of comparing how the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet and the A-10 Warthog attack plane perform in close air support tests.
The U.S. Navy laid the keel of its second next-generation Ford-class aircraft carrier, the USS John F. Kennedy, slated to enter service by 2023.
The Defense Department plans to test the fifth-generation F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet against the Cold War-era A-10 attack aircraft in close air support tests.
New Pentagon report says the speed, maneuverability and shallow draft of the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship makes it ideally suited for operations in the South China Sea.
The Marine Corps has begun flying AV-8B Harrier jump-jets on airstrikes against Islamic militants in Iraq, officials announced.
Defense contractors competing for a contract to build the U.S. military’s replacement to the iconic Humvee are eagerly awaiting a decision from the Army.
The service is hustling to train crews for the V-22 Osprey to keep pace with the growing demand for the tilt-rotor aircraft.
Days after Turkey agreed to let the U.S. launch airstrikes into Syria from Incirlik, the U.S. announced its pulling the Patriot missile system out of the country.
The world’s largest defense contractor plans to design a missile defense component that can take out multiple warheads.
Unlike some of the Pentagon’s top military and civilian leaders, Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Talley said he welcomes a plan to boost war funding.
Stealth fighter jets, carrier-launched drones, V-22 Ospreys, submarine-detecting helicopters and electronic jamming are vital for future naval air power, an admiral said.