U.S. Navy leaders told Congress the service is struggling to identify a phantom-like problem that’s caused F/A-18 Hornet pilots to experience flight dizziness since 2009….
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The U.S. Army will soon have its long-awaited Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, but the Humvee replacement won’t solve the mobility needs of the service’s expeditionary light forces.
The Weasel Light Reconnaissance Vehicle showed up at Modern Day Marine 2015, but its German maker is hoping the U.S. Army will adopt it for…
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 Pentagon chief today named Gen. Mark Milley – a leader with a strong background in light infantry and Special Forces – to replace Gen. Raymond Odierno.
The U.S. Army’s advanced technology czar said that the service must focus on accelerating the innovation of attainable technologies.
Lawmakers voiced concerns about the Marine Corps’ new amphibious vehicle, questioning the service’s selection of wheels over the tracked design.
With Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s resignation final, all eyes are on a handful of officials capable of becoming the next Pentagon chief.
The U.S. Army has awarded a $142 million contract to BAE Systems new M109A7 self-propelled howitzers and M992A3 ammunition carriers.
The U.S. Army is outfitting another one of its Stryker Brigade Combat Team with Double V-Hull vehicles to better protect them from enemy bombs.
The Corps needs 38 amphibious assault ships for crisis-response missions around the world but the sea service will likely have to settle for 33.
General Dynamics Land Systems recently announced it will not compete in the U.S. Army’s AMPV competition.
Lawmakers criticized the Pentagon’s plan to strip the National Guard of the AH-64 Apache and the A-10 Warthog.
Army budget officials presented a spending plan that cuts readiness and kills the Ground Combat Vehicle.
Lockheed Martin is planning to offer a civilian version of the C-130J Super Hercules, an aircraft designed for Special Operations Command.
The chief of the National Guard warned against cutting his force too drastically, arguing that the Pentagon needs the Guard now more than it ever did prior to 9-11.
Next year, the state of Ohio will complete a study designed to help the Air Force figure out its plan for flying unmanned aerial systems inside U.S. airspace.
Washington’s leading defense think tanks recommend slashing legacy bomber fleets to save money to develop the next generation bomber.
The service joined with Georgia Tech to study how unmanned systems can fly together in groups without human involvement, a concept known as “swarming.”
Congress questions how the Marine Corps will be able to deliver high speed ship-to-shore vessel on budget and on time.