Sen. Paul said 20 senators have pledged to vote against moving the defense policy bill forward unless their amendment is ...
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Between persistent cyberattacks looking to dismantle critical infrastructure and increasing geopolitical tensions with ...
U.S. officials are working to broker a deal with NATO and Middle Eastern nations to send some of their NASAMS interceptors to Ukraine, Raytheon Technologies CEO Greg Hayes said Thursday. The deal ...
Unlike its sister services, the U.S. Space Force has little trouble recruiting, according to the branch’s former chief. Being small helps, as does giving opportunities to some who might get rejected ...
It’s true that only 23 percent of Americans are eligible for military service, and an even smaller portion of that percentage are interested in serving, as Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville ...
All NATO allies are aware that the beast [that is, Russia’s military] also wants to take control of the Western Balkans; and ...
DIA director Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier wants to “take the lessons learned from the Russia-Ukraine crisis, particularly as ...
Lockheed, BAE Systems, and other firms are using the Seattle giant's Azure cloud platform to develop training and what-if ...
The report says that China likely possesses 400 nuclear warheads, and that if production stays on pace, the number could more than triple over the next decade. But the United States has over 5,400 ...
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Too few human-resources staffers means a constant struggle to keep up with basic personnel record-keeping and more.
What we do see is sort of the PRC [People’s Republic of China] establishing kind of a new normal in terms of the level of ...