The Pentagon leaked footage of a drill showing special forces capture and lead away "terrorists" in a not-so-subtle message to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
The U.S. Army has opened a request for information(RFI) for hypersonic weapons.
In the face of warnings from the U.S. Iran has resumed work on a reactor.
Despite political chatter, the USAF has selected 8 companies to complete projects on Turkish bases.
SpaceX has completed the tenth test of its parachute recovery system.
The project to relocate a U.S. base on Okinawa has run into another problem.
A formation of four Russian warplanes practiced attacking a U.S. Navy ship in the Black Sea.
The Russian military suffered a technological loss as one of its SU-57 fighter jet crashed during a training mission.
The F-22 "Raptor" will continue to dominate the skies on the battlefield as Lockheed has secured a $7 billion contract to sustain the aircraft.
A bill that is expected to go before the President within the next week that will authorize the USAF to purchase 8 new aircraft.
The USAF has taken delivery of the fir MH-139A Helicopter called "Grey Wolf."
We All Bleed The Same Color: Law On Anvil To Hold Pentagon Accountable For Racially Offensive Terms In Forms
The National Defense Authorization Act is expected to be signed by the President very soon.
The halt in the production of the 737 Max will hit those employed at the smaller subcontractors of Boeing's direct suppliers the hardest.
Leidos will be purchasing Dynetics and the results could be amazing.
Bell Wins $815M Contract To Upgrade Aging UH-1Y And AH-1Z Helicopters: Old Tech Flies High In A Stealth World
Despite its push for stealth, the U.S. Navy has won an upgrade to two helicopters.
After two high profile incidents, Air Force Special Operations Command has suspended Jump, Dive, and Mountain training for the foreseeable future.
75 years after the momentous battle governments from all sides came together to pay respect.
Terrorist groups are spreading blatant lies to recruit people as the U.S. shrinks their numbers
Maitland Ward who once played on Boy Meets World opened up about becoming a porn star.
The Russian government claims that the United States has plans to carry out two more tests of missile prototypes by the end of 2019.
Northrop Grumman has won the race to build new ICBM's and holds a new $63 Billion Contract
A closure of the base would put the U.S. at a disadvantage in the region as it is likely that Russia would then rent the base.
Rising tensions in the Middle East, and provocations, may cause things to boil over between the U.S. and Iran.
Undisclosed issues have caused Raytheon to fall behind in the race for the Precision Strike Missile Program (PrSM) contract.
Researchers Are Testing Two New Compounds That Appear To Reduce Aging, The Only Known Link To Alzheimer's
Scientists are testing two new compounds that appear to protect cells from aging, this could be a break in Alzheimer's research.
Neural Interface Systems may be able to rewire damaged areas of the brain and spinal cord.
Iraq has seen massive protests and violence but the U.S. has no plans to leave the country.
There is no quid pro quo in war and these U.S. soldiers aim to prove that while in Ukraine training with a NATO task force.
The USS Kennedy was christened earlier this month and has been hailed a technological marvel.
The Boeing "Rivet" RC-135 has been deployed for 29 years in the Middle East.