Thomas Modly has resigned as acting Secretary of the US Navy following the very public removal of Captain Brett Crozier from his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Huntington Ingalls Industries shipbuilding division announced on Friday that they had won a 1.5 billion dollar contract extension to build the Navy's newest LPD ship. This will be the 15th ship of this nature produced by the company.
The USNS Mercy was deployed to LA to help lessen the burden faced by land-based hospitals as the number of coronavirus patients grows by the hour.
U.S. Army National Guard is beginning to descend on major cities in response to the COVID-19 virus.
NASA and the European Space Agency have selected the first scientific equipment for payloads heading to the lunar gateway. Both agencies will be sending equipment that will complement the other and allow for cooperative scientific study.
The first sailors of the USS Kennedy have moved aboard the ship and are preparing for daily life.
The CLAWS program is not new; however, some of the capabilities that are being utilized in the program are drawing attention. The program was first announced in 2018, but the details are highly classified.
The USAF has decided to head into the future with only two types of bombers.
An agreement to end the longest war in United States history may have been doomed to failure the day that it was signed.
The Army is using virtual reality systems to conduct training that once cost taxpayers large amounts of money for live-fire exercises.
There are a couple of substantial military contracts up for grabs in India, and Boeing stands poised to make a run for both of them. India is heavily considering two aircraft, the F/A-18 Hornet and F-15 EX.
The B-21 Raider will emerge as America's next nuclear-capable aircraft and has been designed to be a long-range, highly survivable bomber.
The aerospace giant has continued to make great progress in the pursuit of laser weapons to be used to defend against drone attacks.
The U.S. troops in Kuwait have fallen victim to the latest attack by Iran. The network being used by them to communicate with loved ones was compromised and so were their contacts.
Lockheed Martin continues to be the gold standard for defense contractors after adding another large extension to lead off the year.
Issues with technology and supply vendors have caused the USAF to cancel a contract with Raytheon.
The Iranians have created extensive cultural and social networks that have permeated the educational and political systems and are now having impacts on our governmental policy.
The Ukrainian Airlines Boeing 737-800 crashed in Tehran Tuesday night with 176 people on board. Reports say there are no survivors.
Iran launched several missiles at Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops and threatened to attack countries hosting U.S. bases from where any attacks are launched against Iran.
A new power and data rail has been designed for the next generation of Army rifles, which will offer troops greater ease in effectively using the guns.
The swarm of drones in Colorado over recent weeks may have a reasonable explanation.
Rockets exploded in Baghdad's Green Zone and a base housing U.S. troops north of the Iraqi capital Saturday.
An airstrike hit a convoy of the Iranian-backed Hashd Shaabi militia north of Baghdad on Friday night, likely killing its leader Shibl al-Zaydi, reports said.
A volley of rockets hit a convoy carrying Quds Force Commander General Qasem Soleimani on the perimeter of the Baghdad airport, sources told International Business Times. The Pentagon confirmed the killing of Gen. Soleimani.
As the calendar year came to a close Lockheed Martin went out with a bang.
The Trump administration is rushing about 750 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division to Kuwait to help with the situation in Baghdad, if needed. Thousands more may be on the way soon.
Before the U.S. and Iran go to war they should consider a peaceful solution.
The truth that nobody is talking about is the fact that the Middle East is a setup, a money-pit that will never accept democracy.
Mysterious Band Of Large Drones Have Colorado Residents Wondering What They Mean Or Where They Are Coming From
Recent sightings of a swarm of drones have Colorado residents wondering what is going on.
A new bill signed into law on December 20th has NASA moving forward with a new program.