Sources expect the Army to announce the winners of the Engineering and Manufacturing Development contracts Friday.
Big B says, hey, hold on, this thing ain’t over yet: Its Super Hornet could still be Japan’s new fighter.
The Navy and Air Force were looking at a tough future even before the debt ceiling, the super committee and the threat of sequestration.
A new report could allay DoD fears of nearly a trillion dollars in budget cuts. Still, nothing is settled.
Our colleagues at Kit Up and Under the Radar are pumped about next year’s release of a movie called “Act of Valor,” which includes real,…
Mullen’s departure leaves the U.S. without a key contact in its relationship with Pakistan. Who will replace him?
An analyst lambastes the Washington consensus forming around the dangers of DoD spending reductions.
The Pentagon won’t release its vision for its own build-down until after this fall’s second act of the deficit farce. Will it arrive too late?
Just when you thought this summer would be wasted on depressing, serious, existential crises for our beloved Republic, with none of the ridiculous ‘scandals’ or…
Key defense lawmakers are said to be under consideration as congressional leaders decide who to pick for their ‘super committee.’
A commentator argues the services are entering an even tougher era than it appears because so many of their future programs have been eliminated.
If America’s two options are to default on its debt or swallow $850 billion in defense spending cuts, it may be time to start thinking about where that would leave U.S. power around the world.
The top U.S. trainer of Afghan forces didn’t use ‘psychological warfare’ techniques on visiting VIPs, the Army has concluded.
House lawmakers on Thursday signed a letter appealing to the president not to make big defense cuts a major part of a deficit deal, but are there enough of them to block it?
The “Gang of Six” proposal calls for deep cuts to defense spending over the next 10 years, and the HASC chairman isn’t happy.
A commentator believes the Army presents the biggest target for the kind of budget cuts that Washington wants most — ones that will take effect sooner than later.
Secretary Gates didn’t rule out the option of eliminating one leg of the nuclear triad as a way to save money under the Pentagon’s budget cuts.
The Pentagon will not confirm it’s in talks with Pakistan to get back the tail rotor of the now-famous secret helicopter, but it may have a way to replace it without anyone noticing.
DoD’s report can’t substantiate many of the quotes or events in the now-infamous profile of him. The horse, however, is out of the barn; this is for history’s sake.
UPDATED: HASC Chair Promises Fight as DoD Announces Stop Work Order;
General Electric and Rolls Royce suffered what could be the final blow in the second great engine war today as the Pentagon announced it issued a stop work order for the Joint Strike Fighter’s second engine.