U.S. military experts are voicing worries that combat units are ill-equipped to detect powerful new bioweapons.
The strikes employed twice as many weapons used as in the response to a Syrian chemical attack last year.
The government is funding a project to keep bioterrorists from spreading a pneumonia-like, often antibiotic-resistant disease...
The Navy's top officer warned against using popular at-home ancestry DNA test kits this week.
U.S. Army research officials have developed a new, handheld chemical agent detector that can "taste" suspicious liquids.
But officials said Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad still maintains chemical weapons capabilities.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis suggested Thursday that a U.S. attack on Syria was not imminent.
The U.S. may launch a military response to the recent chemical attack.
U.S. Strategic Command recently passed the leadership role in counter-proliferation to SOCOM.
The U.S. Army is notifying vets that they may be eligible to receive care if they participated in testing from 1942 to 1975.
Lt. Col. Stu Scheller has become a symbol in some military and political circles of a need for military accountability and...
Powell, the first Black American to serve in those roles, died Monday from complications of COVID-19.
Air Force Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost has became only the second woman to lead one of the Pentagon’s 11 so-called combatant...
The incident came as Russia and China conducted joint naval drills in the area.
Israel has said it will not tolerate a permanent Iranian military presence in Syria.