The Naval Strike Missile will be fired from a truck in upcoming experiments.
The Navy's mysterious 132-foot-long autonomous Sea Hunter vessel could move fuel, ammunition and other heavy supplies.
A new solicitation asks industry to develop a boat or barge that can transit from ship to shore or from one shore to another.
The Corps will not pursue buying Boeing's CH-47 in place of the King Stallion, Lt. Gen. Steven Rudder said at Sea-Air-Space.
Sailors and other spectators got an up-close look at the new air- and missile-defense radar being added to Navy ships.
A Marine Corps F-35B squadron will make history by deploying aboard the British Royal Navy's newest carrier.
The Royal Canadian Navy only recently lifted its ban on Wi-Fi at sea.
Weapons testing is now in full swing for the Navy's new Zumwalt class of giant guided-missile destroyers.
AeroVironment Inc. is touting an upgraded small drone that packs a better camera.
Rear Adm. Christian Becker said decisions on shifting personnel to Space Force have yet to be finalized.
The deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 attracted a variety of far-right extremists who shared a devotion to Trump.
The Humvee was stolen from a National Guard Armory in a Los Angeles suburb.
The proposal to expand military exchange shopping privileges had been expected to be finalized in late 2020.
Many survivors will see at least $400 more in their Feb. 1 annuity payments.
Typically, about half of each class washes out during the final apprentice course because of its demanding nature.