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Search for missing Marines continues days after deadly fighter-tanker collision in Japan

The search for five Marines who went missing early Thursday after their KC-130 Hercules aerial tanker collided midair with an F/A-18 Hornet has moved into its third day in Japan.

Military officials unveil damage from powerful Alaska quake

Last week's magnitude 7.0 earthquake near Anchorage caused multiple problems at the sprawling Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, including damage to steel frameworks, ceilings, and sprinkler and heating systems, military officials said Friday.

Clashing views color future of stalled N.Korea nuclear talks

To hear a beaming Donald Trump at his June summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, the solution to North Korea's headlong pursuit of nuclear weapons, a foreign policy nightmare that has flummoxed U.S. leaders since the early 1990s, was at hand.

100 years later, women vets still struggle to be recognized

Julia Lempeck (nee Ganos) was 26 when she became one of 350,000 American women to serve in the military during World War II.

Army Multi-Domain Update: New HQs, Grey Zones, & The Art of The Unfeasible

A Smart missiles to strike hard targets hundreds of miles away. Wireless links to pull data from stealth fighters and foot soldiers alike. Command posts agile enough to coordinate it all — not only in open war, but in the ambiguous “grey zone” of hacking, proxy warfare, and Twitter trolls. That’s just a few of the most crucial pieces of the Army’s new concept for Multi-Domain Operations out Thursday.

DARPA head on AI dangers: 'It's not one of those things that keeps me up at night'

Artificial intelligence remains predictable and will have to become far more sophisticated before it poses a serious threat to humans, according to the head of the Defense Advanced Research Agency.