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Adm. Phil Davidson, nominated to take over U.S. Pacific Command, raised concerns before a congressional committee this week.
The F-22 Raptor did have a role in the Syria strike after all, according to statements from U.S. Air Forces Central Command.
U.S. Air Force in 2019 will invite international partner applicants to train alongside airmen in space operations courses.
The missile -- a 1,000-pound warhead, with pinpoint accuracy -- is capable of taking out moving land-based targets.
An F-22 Raptor suffered a mishap last week after it skidded on its belly following a takeoff at Naval Air Station Fallon.
Military officials confirmed that the DoD has temporarily suspended acceptance of new F-35s over corrosion issues.
Sen. Martin Heinrich said at the current pace of testing, a laser weapon for the AC-130 would not be operational until 2030.
The Navy has been looking at unmanned surface boats that operate autonomously.
The Air Force is hoping advances in artificial intelligence mean data will be easier to access and analyze.
Stiletto serves as a principal demonstration craft to test high-tech gear and new concepts in coastal and riverine warfare.
Dana Deasy, former CIO for the J.P. Morgan investment bank, is expected to start at the Defense Department in early May.
No pattern or linkage has been found in the initial analysis of accidents, the director of the Joint Staff said.
The $2.5 billion deal for "the Growler" was made this week.
U.S. Army infantry and other combat soldiers may start receiving binocular-style night vision goggles by this fall.
The U.S. Army wants to replace its outdated virtual simulators with the kind of realistic, first-person shooter gaming techno...
U.S. Army aviation officials on Tuesday offered a preview of the aircraft that make up Future Vertical Lift.
The Air Force Research Lab has unveiled a new video that gives a further glimpse into proposed programs.
Questions surround the Air Force’s aging KC-10 Extender and whether it will have to remain in service longer due to delays.
If one service has made sufficient progress to use laser weapons in its arsenal in the next few years, it's the U.S. Navy.
The Marine Corps is putting together a mobile air-defense weapon system that's mounted on a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.