Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III wants to evaluate the Guard’s C-130 fleet ahead of a road map to transition the Guard to the J-model.
The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer said he’s “concerned” about the number of new weapons program, especially those within the Army.
Senator Levin said Congress would re-evaluate the program the Pentagon set up to pass on unwanted military gear to to local police.
ULA’s dependence on Russian rocket engines seems to put the joint venture at risk as sanctions against Russian companies intensify.
The costly Iron Dome missile defense system is proving its worth and the need for laser missile defense systems.
The Chinese sent an electronic surveillance ship to the edge of the region of the Rim of the Pacific 2014 exercise.
The article is the first to peg the propulsion system’s after-burning turbofan — not necessarily the integrated power pack — to the incident.
Adm. James Winnefeld proposed Wednesday deploying a THAAD missile defense system in South Korea.
Outside groups are stepping in to help match the U.S. Defense Department and other federal agencies with small businesses and entrepreneurs.
The Navy plans to select the contractor who will build the next generation presidential helicopter next month.
Readiness rates over the past five years for the MV-22 Osprey have risen by 25 percent and costs have dropped 20 percent.
The 2015 budget translates into fewer airmen and fewer aircraft across its active-duty, reserve and guard components.
Arizona senator placed a hold on Robert Work and Christine Wormuth’s nomination following a testy confirmation hearing.