The ground may have begun shifting underneath the defense establishment. Can it keep its footing?
Articles by Philip Ewing
The 7th BW kept a bomber in the air over Afghanistan every minute of its deployment.
A new report details the money and power that work behind the scenes of the Iron Triangle.
The Obama administration tries to undercut a political threat by the defense industry as the saga grinds on.
The Osprey is on the ground in Japan. That’s where it’s going to stay for now.
LockMart hopes its workers could ease some costs of the world’s largest defense program.
Gen Schwartz says the new bomber and its accessories will be fielded down the road.
A pattern of reports makes clear that LCS, as envisioned, may need to evolve. But evolve into what?
DoD should re-learn lessons of old to reform the way it buys weapons, a commentator argues.
DepSecDef has made himself clear: DoD wants to help boost defense exports.
Ready or not, the long-discussed new Arctic reality has arrived.
Farnborough winds down amid worries about the future viability of the global defense game.
Without additional orders, officials say they’ll deliver the final C-17 in about two years.
The V-22’s program manager sees big new opportunities for his controversial bird.
Amid a gloomy global defense budget outlook, the air show opens soon.
Boeing, Lockheed and Eurofighter are elbowing to build new jets for the ROK air force.
The UK announces its army will draw down to a historically low end strength.
Secretary Clinton apologizes for last year’s air strike and Pakistan re-opens the GLOCs.
Just what are the new “payloads” that CNO thinks will be so critical down the road?