The U.S. Air Force’s top officer in Europe this week dismissed a claim that a Russian military plane violated British airspace and said he would…
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The head of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command is not surprised that Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp. are protesting the service’s multi-billion contract…
The cost of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will increase by $1 million per plane if Canada follows through with plans withdraw from the program, a general said.
With the Army and Marine Corps focused on acquiring the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Textron is pitching protective Humvee upgrades to customers abroad.
The head of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program says the fifth-generation aircraft is past the “slow and steady progress” of development stage and is now all about continuing modernization of the aircraft.
Observers suggest that the Air Force may be hoping to avoid unwarranted attention on the A-10, which they have repeatedly targeted for retirement.
The Air Force’s acquisitions chief signaled he would be willing to push back the awarding of a contract to the Fall.
Adm. Paul F. Zukunft said the U.S. is practically a bystander in the region while Russia operates 27 icebreakers.
The panel needs to ensure Congress does not regret allowing the active-duty Army to take Apache helicopters away from the Guard, a lawmaker said Tuesday.
The defense secretary said the U.S. military must make a serious push to upgrade its technology and R&D or risk falling behind China and Russia.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte said Air Force leaders have not provided the whole truth as they explain the need to retire the A-10 to pave way for F-35
The Air Force has reportedly offered a compromise to only retire three A-10 squadrons, not the entire fleet.
Here’s a breakdown of the Senate Republicans most likely to move into the chairmanships of Senate committees key to the military.
The last of 63 Russian Mi-17 transport helicopters that the Pentagon ordered for Afghanistan’s military were delivered in October.
Sen. John McCain slammed the top spokesman for Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, calling Rear Adm. John Kirby “an idiot.”
The fight against Ebola is only the latest of the Army’s Africa expanding mission set, which has grown in recent years.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is backing a government watchdog’s refusal to hand over documents from potential VA whistleblowers.
The head of Military Sealift Command says his cargo and support vessels are ready to free up the Marine Corps’ amphibious fleet.
The 2015 budget translates into fewer airmen and fewer aircraft across its active-duty, reserve and guard components.
Obama will announce a new Pentagon and private-sector partnership aimed at beefing up advanced manufacturing technology in the U.S.