A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently found that U.S. weapon systems developed between 2012 and 2017 have “mission critical” cyber vulnerabilities.
The Association of the United States Army held its annual conference and exposition in the nation’s capital last week.
Somali intelligence officials say the largest U.S. military airstrike against al-Shabab extremists in Somalia in nearly a year largely destroyed a training camp where recruits were preparing to graduate and killed more fighters than the U.S. announced.
Although more than 80 percent of the F-35 fleet is back in the air after the program’s first crash, a source familiar with the testing regime says that initial operational testing (IOTE) is likely to be delayed up to two months by the fuel tube problem afflicting the fleet.
Slovakia's defense ministry says the country will keep its military presence in Iraq after the government approved a plan to deploy up to 42 soldiers there next year to help train Iraqi security forces as part of a NATO mission.
Militants in Iran abducted 14 members of a border security force near the Pakistan border on Tuesday in the latest blow to the powerful Revolutionary Guard.
Three days before Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in the United States earlier this year for a nationwide tour, another Saudi traveler who identifies online as a member of the Saudi Royal Guard also arrived in Washington, passport records show. His stay overlapped with that of the prince.
Navy divers finished recovering an estimated 250,000 gallons of oil Monday from a captured warship that survived World War II and two atomic bomb tests before sinking 72 years ago.
Hurricane Michael's surge across an Air Force base last week wreaked enough devastation that the service is considering transferring away some airmen and families until the base is rebuilt, military officials said Tuesday.