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Lawmakers have been pressing the U.S. Air Force the last few weeks about its light attack program.
MUX would carry all the weapons on an F-35B, fly at 30,000 feet, and provide key command-and-control capabilities.
Richardson was responding to a question from Rep. Tim Ryan, who expressed concern about the railgun weapon.
Keep it small, keep it simple. It's what Marine Corps leaders industry to keep in mind when making tech for grunts.
The Marine Corps has partnered with a San Francisco-based firm to design a new unmanned cargo delivery vehicle.
Jeff Babione said the reliability of the first batches of aircraft aren't as high as in lots 6 and beyond.
Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft said the service now has the backing of Congress and the White House.
The "Space Corps" debate continues, with lawmakers pushing harder than ever to convince the Air Force.
The nation needs directed-energy weapons to take out enemy missiles on launch, the head of StratCom says.
Officials are sending out the MQ-9 for a new, tailored multi-role mission to strike Taliban targets in Afghanistan.
Two driverless electric 15-passenger vans will be programmed to make stops at Miramar's most popular locations.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis can't stand the term "unmanned aerial vehicle."
The AACUS program is up for the 2017 Robert J. Collier trophy, awarded by the National Aeronautic Association.
Weapons capable of jamming or destroying U.S. satellites will reach initial operational capability in the next few years.
The Air Force is giving the green light to launch at least 24 flights of the T-6 Texan II trainer aircraft next week
The infantry unit of the future is sophisticated, with robust intelligence and reconnaissance capabilities.
The next military budget will stress lethality over the size of the force.
The service is requesting that defense companies submit ideas on how best to develop new wings for the A-10 fleet,
The MRZR X made its debut at the AUVSI unmanned systems show near Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
Mattis said he was once a skeptic about maintaining ICBMs in the nuclear triad, but he has changed his mind.