The U.S. military denied Thursday Moscow’s charges that A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft hit Aleppo, where Syrian regime forces backed by Russian airstrikes have triggered a…
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The U.S. Army has 6,000 M1 Abrams tanks and for years has been saying that it doesn’t need any more, but the service is requesting…
The A-29 Super Tucano aircraft have finally begun arriving in Afghanistan and were expected to start flying ground attack missions for the struggling Afghan Air…
In a detailed account of the firefight, U.S. Central Command Friday dismissed allegations that air and ground support was delayed or lacking in the Marjah…
The Obama administration should take the defense funding offered by Congress despite in the proposed budget deal, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said.
An F-16 pilot had to dump fuel tanks and munitions to make it back to base safely after the aircraft was hit by ground fire over Afghanistan last week.
Lockheed Martin is well positioned to land contracts for the Army’s future vertical lift programs.
U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander, warned of the potential direct threat to the U.S. from Russia’s military buildup in Syria.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter retained “full confidence” in Army Gen. Lloyd Austin to lead Central Command in the wake of his much-criticized testimony on ISIS.
The head of Air Combat Command said the raging debate over whether the A-10 or the F-35 is better equipped to perform close air support was totally missing the point on the future of the mission.
The U.S. military has spent well in excess of $41 million on the program to train and equip Syrian rebels to combat Islamic State militants.
Two Predator drones and 70 personnel from the Texas Air National Guard have deployed to Latvia in an ongoing buildup of equipment and troops in Eastern Europe.
The new U.S. military strategy focused on the growing threat from “revisionist states” such as Russia and China along with the militant group in Iraq and Syria.
The deployment of 450 more troops could serve as the prototype for other bases and not be seen as “mission creep” in Iraq.
The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee raised questions Tuesday about the ballooning cost projections for the Ohio class ballistic submarine replacement program
The governor will press his case for stopping construction of a new airfield and eventually getting many of the Marines and their MV-22 Ospreys off the island.
Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus disagreed with Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s charge that the Iraqis lacked the will to fight.
The service branches on Thursday showed off advances in technology for the future battlefield – from better blast protection to longer-lasting pizza.
President Obama nominates the second straight submariner as the Navy’s lead officer.
President Obama’s Camp David summit with the Gulf Arab states on Thursday will seek to boost arms sales to the Gulf neighbors but the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has been taken off their wish list.