Lockheed, Aerojet Rocketdyne Working on a Mach 5 Cruise Missile
The arms race in hypersonics has become a major concern for the Air Force.
Marines Get New Tool for Delivering Deadly 'Call for Fire' Missions
Marines in fire-support units can now coordinate artillery, mortar and naval gunfire from a handy, ruggedized tablet.
US Service Member Killed After General Vows Increased Attacks on Taliban
The news of this latest American casualty comes after peace negotiations broke down a week ago.
Navy 3-Star Says Rust on Ships Is Not Driving Up Maintenance Costs
Retired officers and experts have been sounding off on the state of the Navy's fleet after photos have shown rust buildup.
Chiropractic Care Works for Troops with Lower Back Pain, But Not Everyone Can Access It
A study ordered by Congress 10 years ago finds chiropractic care increases fitness in some troops.
Air Force Ad Campaign Will Leverage Space Force Buzz to Drive Recruitment
The Air Force is already crafting a marketing campaign that leverages space to boost recruiting.
Air Force Names New Trainer Jet the T-7A Red Hawk in Honor of Tuskegee Airmen
The U.S. Air Force will call its new trainer the T-7A "Red Hawk."
'Rambo' Creator David Morrell Uses Life Events, Imagination to Craft Stories
David Morrell wrote the 1972 novel "First Blood" that introduced the world to John Rambo.
Thrift Savings Plan Has New Withdrawal Rules
The rules for withdrawing funds while in-service, as well as after leaving, are becoming less restrictive.