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The sea services have laid out potential requirements for a "light" amphibious ship.
The Army began slowing its JLTV acquisition strategy last year.
Lawmakers are hitting back against the Navy's plans to cut shipbuilding over the next several years.
The U.S. Air Force may only want a handful of light attack aircraft, but U.S. Special Operations Command appears to want 75.
Vital Signs 2020 rated industrial security as the weakest area of the industrial base, giving it a failing score of 63.
The U.S. Air Force has been trying to replace its radars since 2008. Now, it has to start all over again.
The Navy could start lobbying Congress to rethink a law requiring it to have 12 massive aircraft carriers in its arsenal.
The Air Force announced it will sole-source two contracts, one for the F-15EX and the other for its F110 engines.
A CMV-22B Osprey conducted its first flight operation at Bell's Amarillo Assembly Center in Texas.
The Army has announced that it plans to strike deals with QinetiQ North America and Textron to build versions of the RCV.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said delivering the $13 billion carrier as quickly as possible is one of his priorities.
The Defense Department on Tuesday awarded Oshkosh Defense LLC a contract for 2,721 more Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.
The Marine Corps has resolved engine problems that have plagued its new fleet of heavy-lift helicopters.
Lawmakers will not allow the F-35As once destined for Turkey to be transferred unless that country gets rid of its S-400s.
Boeing is pushing back vigorously on the new report's findings.
The effort aims to help non-combat arms soldiers shoot more accurately against close-quarter and long-range enemy targets.
The U.S. Army just awarded a contract to General Dynamics Land Systems to produce remote-controlled robotic mule vehicles.
The price of each A variant will finally fall below $80 million.
The agency is probing whether Northrop violated the terms of an agreement it made to acquire Orbital ATK.
The Air Force issued its request for proposal to acquire a fleet of turboprop aircraft as part of its light attack effort....