In the near term, the Marine Corps has identified the Ground-Based Anti-Ship Missile as its top ground modernization program.
The arms race in hypersonics has become a major concern for the Air Force.
Despite early reports that no Americans were harmed, 11 U.S. service members did sustain injuries.
It's the first retaliatory action by Iran in the wake of Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani's killing.
The Pentagon flight-tested a missile that had been banned under a treaty that the U.S. and Russia abandoned last summer.
Foreign experts speculate that North Korea tested a new high-thrust engine, which is needed to launch more powerful rockets.
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
The country is continuing its drive to establish regional dominance.
Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the weapons were fired from a region near the North Korean capital of Pyongyang.
The Defense Department last month asked the North Dakota Public Service Commission to consider new rules.
Fully repairing the USS Bonhomme Richard would have reportedly cost $2.5 billion to $3 billion and take five to seven years.
The Pentagon, which had endorsed Asadi's bid to come to America, changed its decision and withdrew its endorsement.
A non-rate's Southern hospitality led to a VIP visit to her cutter -- from the premier of the territory of Greenland.
The 2nd Marine Division has tested about a quarter of its 16,000 Marines and sailors for LSD since the summer.
Retired Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III may become the first Black secretary of defense.