The U.S. Navy has found a cost-saving resource, leased civilian helicopters.
An air guard unit in Vermont is home to the newest F-35 fighter aircraft today.
Broadband communications between military aircraft took a step forward as new contracts were announced.
The time has come when the world is most likely going to have to face a nuclear-armed Iran.
Puppet Show In Middle-East: Iran Is Pulling The Strings, Has Missiles Pointed At US Troops From Iraq
Tensions are reaching a fever pitch as it has been confirmed that Iran has missiles In Iraq that can hit troops and Israel.
USAF is seeking a company to build new "Doomsday" plane but the Boeing 747-8, the most likely air frame candidate, may already be out of the race.
The USS Detroit got to test its weapons while out on patrol in November
Northrop Grumman will be working for the next year on a new defense against hypersonic weapons.
The massive USS Harry S. Truman has finally deployed for the first time since being repaired.
The pentagon handed Lockheed Martin a sweet contract this week.
The shooter, a U.S. Navy Sailor assigned to the USS Columbia, killed himself.
The US Military will be upgrading the plane one final time.
The crash of an F-16 in Korea has military leaders and civilians wondering when it will stop.
India is one of the biggest purchasers of the troubled 737 Max and is looking at creating its own certifications.
A report released this week by the Army details plans for augmented soldiers.
A flight from Israel to the U.S. lost contact with the London control tower, prompting fighter jets to be scrambled.
The Iranian military buzzed two U.S. Navy ships as they completed a mission in the Gulf Of Oman.
Belarus has decided that its air force would rather fly the F-16, after getting Su-30s from Russia.
Lt. Col. Tony "Crack" Roe and Maj. John "Sapper" Tice, flight commanders with the 303rd Fighter Squadron, received the Distinguished Flying Cross on the same day.
Lockheed Martin won a huge contract to support Australia and a second to support the USAF.
A reporter snapped a picture of a missile system during White House lockdown.
The FAA said it will not approve the 737 Max to return to service until it has completed numerous rounds of rigorous testing.
The US military is still handling most of the day-to-day strike planning in Afghanistan.
Despite claims that US troops were leaving the country, new operations have begun.
Despite plans to retire, the Hornet Boeing has a new contract.
As the space program takes on a new shape and the race heats up, spaceports are becoming a real thing.
The USAF awarded Raytheon with a huge payout if the compnay can meet the deadlines for the AMRAAM missiles.
The 4th Fighter Squadron returned to Utah just two weeks ago from a 6-month deployment to Al Dhafra.
The $379.3 million contract will provide maintenance repair and consumable material support for the 375 Ospreys that are currently used by the United States Air Force and the Marine Corps.
The USAF has ended the CALCM lifecycle in favor of modern hypersonic weapons.