Army planners are thrashing out how many electronic warfare specialists the service needs, not just to rebuild radio-jamming and spoofing capability in combat units, but to create a training cadre that can sustain the EW corps for the long-term.
The Army general in charge of the Trump administration's controversial border mission is interested in beginning to redeploy some of the U.S. troops who were dispatched several weeks ago to assist Customs and Border Protection, U.S. military officials said Monday.
Last November, North Korean soldier Oh Chong Song made a dash toward freedom through the Korean Peninsula's demilitarized zone.
The Trump administration’s proposed Space Force could end up not making much of a dent in the Pentagon’s annual budget, but if space operations were split from the Air Force the service could lose a whopping $11 billion in annual funding, a new independent analysis concludes.
U.S. senators from three New England states recently wrote a letter urging Secretary of the Army Mark Esper to consider the USS Thresher Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Project, to establish a monument honoring the 129 men who perished aboard the submarine.
At first, Chelsey Poisson misunderstood what her boyfriend meant when he told her a lot of his friends from Iraq have died.
The U.S. Navy expects one of its officers to be questioned as part of an investigation into the collision of a Norwegian warship and a commercial oil tanker this month in one of the Scandinavian nation's fjords.
The Navy says it wants to spend $5 billion over 20 years to improve Pearl Harbor shipyard's aged infrastructure and to accommodate an expected increase in Virginia-class attack submarine work.
As days, then weeks passed with no contact from the ARA San Juan submarine, Argentines began to accept the fact that what had once been an aging staple of the nation's naval fleet had been suddenly and tragically transformed into a 60-meter-long metal tomb.