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France and Britain have pressed the U.S. to remain committed to peace in Syria.
The DoD has identified 401 installations where there have been a suspected release of fire-fighting foam into water supplies.
The F-22 Raptor is fast developing a reputation as the aircraft that gets left behind during combat ops.
Female lawmakers pressed U.S. Military personnel officials today to explain what they are doing to attract more women.
The Air Force may be backtracking from its stated plan to keep the A-10 Thunderbolt II flying until 2030.
Milley testified at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing that Assad's arsenal of chemical weapons should be attacked.
Navy Vice Adm. Mat Winter was addressing rumors that the JPO was in the process of dissolving, or eventually plans to dissolv...
Senior enlisted leaders from the three sea services said they continue to look at ways to ensure personnel get proper rest.
After releasing a request for proposals for its first heavy icebreaker in decades, the Coast Guard hopes to ink a contract ea...
The F/A-18 Super Hornet is gearing up to live-test Lockheed Martin Corp.'s LRASM, with a range test expected this year.
The JSOW-C is a major capability upgrade for the Joint Strike Fighter.
The Marine Corps is nearing the end of testing for a new heavy-lift helicopter expected to be a game-changer for the service.
The Air Force Reserve is ending wing commanders' ability to request a waiver on giving six months' notice before retiring.
The U.S. is still mulling creation of a "Space Force," Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said Wednesday.
Carrier Air Wing 5 in the Pacific is expected to receive the F-35C sometime after 2021, Cmdr. Reann Mommsen told Military.com...
Two nearly back-to-back Red Flag exercises at Nellis Air Force Base have helped prepare airmen for warfighting scenarios.
An Accident Investigation Board determined the engine component was missing critical parts when it was assembled.
Secretary Wilson said that new wings for the A-10 will keep the aircraft in the inventory for another dozen years.
The Air Force wants to spend the same on upkeep for the F-35s as it does for support on its fourth-generation fighter jets.
The pilot program will evaluate a new physical fitness test designed to gauge if soldiers are ready for the rigors of combat.