A congressionally-chartered commission on defense strategy yesterday released its call for increased military spending into a very unpromising fiscal and political landscape.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed the successful test of an unspecified "newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon," state media reported Friday, in an apparent bid to apply pressure on the United States and South Korea.
Military prosecutors levied a slew of charges including murder against four U.S. special operators who they accused of strangling to death a Green Beret last year while they were on a deployment in West Africa.
The cost to create President Trump's Space Force could be lower than $5 billion and certainly will be in the single-digit billions, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said at a briefing Thursday, pushing back against Air Force estimates that put the price tag at $13 billion or more.
An important upcoming milestone for Afghanistan's Western-backed democracy and a separate, crucial chance to settle the country's 17-year war appear to be crashing into each other.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis described the deployment to the border as "great training" and told active-duty soldiers in Texas not to pay attention to the news coverage of the operation because they would "go nuts."
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Three war-trophy bells seized by U.S. troops over a century ago got a send-off back to the Philippines on Wednesday by U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis, who called the controversial decision to repatriate them an important gesture of friendship between the two countries.
A woman has passed Special Forces Assessment and Selection for the first time in the history of the Green Berets.
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.