The U.S. Defense Department on Wednesday awarded one of the biggest health information-technology contracts in history to Leidos Inc.
The U.S. Marine Corps wants to protect funding for spare parts needed to prepare the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter for eventual deployment to the Asia-Pacific region, a general said.
Army equipment officials are preaching about a new acquisition strategy that they say will mean better night vision gear for soldiers at a much cheaper price.
The service is expected to announce the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is ready to fly initial operations in the near future, a general said.
The Navy and Huntington Ingalls are nearly one-third complete with initial construction of the soon-to-be USS Tripoli, the second new America-class amphibious assault ship.
The world’s largest defense contractor won a $1.6 billion contract from the U.S. Army to supply PAC-3 Patriot missiles to governments in the Middle East and Asia.
The U.S. military’s future helicopter fleets must share more parts in order to better control operational and maintenance costs, officials said.
The United States needs to step up its naval presence in the South China Sea, according to Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va.
Defense Giant Lockheed Martin has purchased helicopter maker Sikorsky Aircraft for a reported price of $9 billion, company officials announced July 20.
The head of SpaceX will discuss preliminary results of the investigation into the recent failure of the Falcon 9 rocket on a mission to the International Space Station.
The longtime senator from Arizona and now chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee had a slew of entertaining one-liners during a recent speech.
Sen. John McCain renewed his call for the U.S. to supply Ukrainian forces with the Javelin anti-tank missile in their fight against pro-Russian separatists.
The Navy will increase its global carrier presence next year despite numerous reports it will experience a Middle East carrier-gap as soon as this Fall,
The chairmen of the two most powerful defense Congressional committees have much different personalities. How will it affect their legislation?
The Defense Department is rethinking how many Joint Strike Fighters to buy as part of its most expensive weapons acquisition program.