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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.
Defense Secretary Mattis said new low-yield nuclear weapons would be bargaining chips for arms deals.
The military's F-35 is about to get a new technology that will prevent pilots from flying into the ground by mistake.
The U.S. Army is planning on testing the first prototypes of the Robotic Combat Vehicle by 2021.
Did the U.S. military miss its window of opportunity to beat out adversaries in hypersonics development?
A cyber attack on U.S. infrastructure would not warrant a nuclear strike, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs said.
The MQ-9 reaper can carry and deploy ordnance, meaning it could be used to conduct strikes as well as to conduct intelligence...
Two mobile missile batteries have been delivered to Khmeimim air base in Latakia province.
A small, GPS- and laser-guided precision glide weapon could make its way to the battlefield in a few years.
The A-10s flew their first mission within 24 hours of landing at Kandahar Airfield.
Marine leaders have been vocal about their desire to build more cyber capabilities into the force.
A lawmaker is calling on the Navy to consider adopting a specialization model of its surface officers.
The U.S. Army field-tested Secure Wi-Fi technology in an effort to keep pace with the world of battlefield communications.
Gen. Mark Milley said future combat vehicles and helicopters will need to serve in both manned and unmanned roles.