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Navy Achieves New F-35 Fighter Jet Milestone on USS Carl Vinson
The Strike Fighter Squadron 147 "Argonauts" completed carrier qualifications Wednesday.
Military Will Build Border Wall If Congress Won't Approve Funding, Trump Says
President Donald Trump made the claim Tuesday as he faces a budget impasse with Congress.
Air Force to Debut Electronic Warfare Findings
The service wants to understand where and how an attack manifests on the electromagnetic spectrum and how best to deny it.
Air Force Proposes F-35 Fighters Be Stationed at Tyndall
The U.S. Air Force plans to refurbish Tyndall in hopes of stationing three squadron's worth of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
Navy Secretary Warns Against Trump's Plan to Cut Budgets by 5 Percent
"The waste would be absolutely stunning," Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer said.
Air Force Secretary: B-21 Bomber Completes Another Review, Remains on Schedule
The B-21 is on schedule, the Air Force secretary says.
Air National Guard KC-135 Crews Enable More Airstrikes in Afghanistan
Relocating Air National Guard tankers to Kandahar has boosted airstrikes against the Taliban.
Navy Outlines Plan to Solve Attack Submarine Shortage
Lawmakers on Tuesday pressed U.S. Navy officials to explain what the service is doing to fix its shortage of attack subs.
Saudi Coalition Down '1 to 2' Tankers of Fuel Daily After US Ends Refueling Mission
The Saudi-led coalition striking Houthi rebels in Yemen is losing roughly one to two tankers worth of U.S. fuel per day.
Skinny Space Force? Budget Analyst Says a $3 Billion Service Is Possible
"The added cost is a handful of F-35s," think tank analyst Todd Harrison said.
B-21 Raider Will Get Maintenance, Support from These 2 Air Force Bases
The Air Force has selected Edwards Air Force Base and Tinker Air Force Base for the B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber program.
F-35 Tests Out Tech that Keeps Pilots from Crashing Into the Ground
A technology that can help prevent pilots from colliding with the ground has begun its initial testing on the F-35 JSF.
Want Nuke Reduction? Change Adversary's Behavior, STRATCOM Chief Says
There is a way to keep savings and cut costs when it comes to modernizing the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
Air Defense Operations Won't Return to Tyndall Until Next Year
The 601st Air Operations Center, known as "America's AOC," moved after Hurricane Michael laid waste to Tyndall Air Force Base...
Future Army Brigades Will Fight for a Week Without Resupply, General Says
Currently, brigade combat teams can go three days without needing to be resupplied with fuel, water, food and ammunition.
Russian Jet Makes Risky Intercept of Navy Plane over Black Sea: Officials
A Russian Su-27 Flanker intercepted a U.S. EP-3 Aries signals reconnaissance aircraft over the Black Sea on Monday.
Here's When the Army Might Unveil Slogan to Replace 'Army Strong'
The U.S. Army may still be many months away from unveiling a new slogan to replace "Army Strong."
Two Junior Marines Created the 31st MEU's Bold New Logo
The MEU's logo got a serious upgrade last week, created and designed by two junior Marines assigned to the unit.
Navy Destroys Ballistic Missile Target in Successful Interceptor Test
U.S. sailors aboard the USS John Finn destroyed a target with the latest version of the Standard Missile-3 interceptor.
More Marine F-35Bs Likely Sidelined Over New Safety Concerns
Some F-35s will require additional inspections after investigators identified a possible problem with two fuel supply tubes.