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Whether the A-10 Thunderbolt II fleet gets new wings depends on the fiscal 2018 budget, the Air Force said Thursday.
The B-21 will suffer if the budget remains capped at the previous year's levels under a CR, said Matthew Donovan.
Human error is to blame for a Marine Corps F/A-18C Hornet that skidded along a ditch and then burst into flames.
The Coast Guard is considering investing in a platform that would hold detainees until they can be transported .
The Navy still doesn't know what to load in the Zumwalt's main weapon though it's only two years from being ready for battle.
The Pentagon's comptroller promised a DoD audit this year, but it won't be easy.
The commander of Naval Surface Forces believes the Navy can recover from the jarring tragedies of last summer.
The Marines' 5th-generation "jump jet" fighter is about to be deployed aboard a ship for the very first time.
On a day filled with ceremonial precision, Mark Esper -- a former paratrooper and combat vet -- became the 23rd secretary of...
President Trump moved to speed up the bureaucratic reshuffle in how the Pentagon buys and develops weapons.
While the service is not expanding enlisted pilot opportunities into manned aircraft at this time, it could be a possibility.
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Capt. William Martin said that about 1,600-1,700 Guard personnel were activated at the height of the wildfires.
The U.S. will begin to drawing down operations, but American specialists will continue to help Argentina with analysis.
Marines in Norway will soon receive new ski systems to replace old equipment that broke and tore in the cold.
The short-term funding bill includes money for missile defense and fixes for the U.S. Navy destroyers damaged in collisions.
The Pentagon could have to file a proposed budget for 2019 before the defense budget for 2018 is officially passed.
The cooks for the traditional Christmas meals for troops overseas should have a lot more to work with this year.
China and Russia gave thumbs down to President Trump's new national security strategy.