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A lawmaker is calling on the Navy to consider adopting a specialization model of its surface officers.
The U.S. Army field-tested Secure Wi-Fi technology in an effort to keep pace with the world of battlefield communications.
Gen. Mark Milley said future combat vehicles and helicopters will need to serve in both manned and unmanned roles.
The U.S. Air Force is deploying six B-52H Stratofortress bombers and 300 airmen from Barksdale AFB.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said unmanned systems may be a key to the Navy’s goal of a 355-ship fleet.
Gen. Joseph Dunford called his Russian counterpart following a swarm drone attack on a Russian air base in Syria.
Officials remained tight-lipped about a satellite that could be somewhere in orbit -- or crashed into the sea.
The days of treating amphibious ships like shuttle buses that get Marines to the fight are over.
While the launch was deemed successful, the payload failed to reach orbit.
SpaceX will launch a secret military payload, code-name Zuma, this weekend on a Falcon 9 rocket.
Combat Logistics Battalion 8, out of Camp Lejeune, will be the next designated experimental unit for the Marine Corps.
A video has surfaced showing the Houthi Navy celebrating what appears to be a captured U.S. Navy underwater drone.
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Lockheed announced it received a five-year $110 million contract from the lab to build the "Gray Wolf."
The F-35Bs would be part of South Korea's long-term plan to build a "blue water" navy.
This flight in a B-1B Lancer was an experience unlike any other.
Air National Guard units in Wisconsin and Alabama have been chosen to receive the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
The B-1B Lancer already can carry more weapons than its Air Force bomber counterparts.
The Navy wants a drone tanker that can launch from ships, and Boeing has thrown its hat in the ring with a futuristic design.