Donald Trump promised a bigger defense budget, but the Pentagon is still waiting.
Hailed as a transformation in battlefield communications, the WIN-T program can’t stand up to foes versed in sophisticated electronic warfare.
Are you a Syrian rebel in need of U.S.-manufactured assault rifles, or even a tank? You can buy it on Telegram.
After months of infighting and Senate holds, top Defense Department posts are slated to move forward.
For years, the U.S. military secretly flew Russian aircraft. Now it needs a cheaper option.
Now they fear restrictions on their mission.
The foreign policy in Trump’s Twitter feed is competing with the foreign policy of the U.S. government.
New weapons are in the mix of options being considered.
The probe of the USS John S. McCain collision will be a model for future investigations.
Mexican approval of the United States is the lowest it has been in over a decade, but many still want to move to America.
The Trump White House has delegated enormous responsibility to the Pentagon to look after itself, with predictable results.
An army of contractors and subcontractors in Eastern Europe is working to supply America’s sprawling — and legally questionable — anti-Islamic State campaign in Syria.
The commanding general in the war against the Islamic State is ignoring mounting evidence that the coalition campaign has killed hundreds of innocents.