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Israel Spends With Eye On Iran Strikes In Shifting Mideast

Israel is preparing to buy a range of new weapons in preparation for a possible attack on Iran should that country appear to restart efforts to develop a nuclear weapon.

Five Reasons The Marine Corps Is The Future Of U.S. Ground Combat

The Marine Corps is gearing up to conduct combat exercises with its information warriors.

The Taliban has successfully built a parallel state in many parts of Afghanistan, report says

For those who imagine that Taliban control in some regions of Afghanistan consists mainly of men being beaten for failing to pray and girls being forced to stay home from school, a new report based on scores of interviews in those areas paints a very different portrait, but one that in some ways may be equally disturbing.

SpaceX Bags $130M Military Contract After Just One Falcon Heavy Test Flight

The US Air Force has certified the Falcon Heavy and booked the new rocket for a $130m satellite launch mission in 2020.

Two Koreas begin arranging reunions of families split by war

North and South Korean officials met Friday to begin arranging reunions for families left divided by the 1950-53 war.

The Pentagon has officially canceled military exercises with South Korea. Here's what comes next.

The Pentagon announced Tuesday that Ulchi-Freedom Guardian, an intensive military readiness exercise involving tens of thousands of U.S. and South Korean troops, would not take place this August.