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U.S. Army paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne will be the first unit to receive the service's new Infantry Assault Vehicle.
The Air Force must maintain 50 primary mission KC-10A aircraft in 2021, legislation says. It must keep 24 combat-coded B-1s.
Some in Congress remain unconvinced the Navy knows how it wants to use a fleet of drone ships.
Despite a tentative reopening of the economy, production is still seeing disruptions.
The SB-1 Defiant prototype is currently competing in the Army's Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) effort.
Trump referenced the problems with Turkey's participation in the F-35 program.
The Corps announced plans in 2019 to begin replacing its legacy Light Armored Vehicle with the Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle...
The frigate is an important part of the Navy's plan to position itself for future fights.
Textron Systems was awarded $386 million to build 15 new ship-to-shore connectors.
Lockheed's Sikorsky and Bell Textron Inc. will compete for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program.
The aerospace company has halted its commercial and military-derivative aircraft operations in the Puget Sound region.
Army officials have selected the two firms that will move forward into the next phase of the effort to replace the UH-60.
Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told the SASC that the tanker requires a "serious fix" to its Remote Vision System.
It’s official: the U.S. Air Force will call its new HH-60W combat rescue helicopter the "Jolly Green II."
The list of restored programs adds up to $194.9 million that was previously cut.
The sea services have laid out potential requirements for a "light" amphibious ship.
The Army began slowing its JLTV acquisition strategy last year.
Lawmakers are hitting back against the Navy's plans to cut shipbuilding over the next several years.
The U.S. Air Force may only want a handful of light attack aircraft, but U.S. Special Operations Command appears to want 75.
Vital Signs 2020 rated industrial security as the weakest area of the industrial base, giving it a failing score of 63.