The Israeli Defense Force is open to a tanker replacement other than Boeing’s KC-46A following recent delays and cost increases with the program.
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The Marine Corps didn’t appropriately account for nearly $1 billion in 2012 — the year the Pentagon celebrated its first financial audit.
The chairmen of the two most powerful defense Congressional committees have much different personalities. How will it affect their legislation?
Japan’s P-1 will become the first Japanese military aircraft to fly in a European airshow as Kawasaki increases its push to find an international buyer.
Company officials said they want to find the “double digit” savings Frank Kendall listed last month when he showed interest in the block buy.
Qatar bought four of the remaining five C-17 Globemasters that Boeing built before ending production on the cargo aircraft.
The maritime patrol aircraft market is expanding as Russian and Chinese submarine activity continues to draw more concerns.
Lockheed said it has not received a request from the Marine Corps or Air Force to speed up the delivery of the gun on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Army is again starting from the beginning in exploring a Bradley replacement. Will it be more successful this go around?
Sen. John McCain has released a list of federally funded programs and contacts that he has labeled “America’s Most Wasted.”
President Obama’s nomination of Air Force Gen. Paul Selva as vice chairman marks the first time in ten years an airman has been nominated to one of the leadership positions of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The Air Force moved its B-1 bombers from Air Combat Command to Global Strike Command in an effort to organize its entire bomber fleet under one command.
U.S. military leadership has known the Pentagon is falling quickly behind the technological curve and opening itself to new and developing threats.
The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer said the U.S. has no “near term” plans to sell F-35s to nations such as Qatar or the UAE.
DoD has subpoenaed Pratt & Whitney’s engine unit for the records of more than $1.5 billion worth of maintenance work on C-17s.
The Senate approved Ashton Carter Thursday as the next secretary of defense in a vote that saw only five nays.
The Army asked for 50 percent more funding than it did last year in the defense budget proposal.