The U.S. Air Force never expected to fly aircraft such as the Cold War-era B-52 Stratofortress bomber for as long as it has.
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The Navy will pursue courts-martial for two officers from the USS Fitzgerald in the wake of a deadly collision one year ago.
The Marine Corps announced today that BAE Systems will make the service's brand-new amphibious combat vehicle.
U.S. Forces-Afghanistan wanted a nonlethal weapon that coalition servicemembers could use to lower civilian casualties.
The Marine Corps is fielding new night vision binoculars equipped with thermal imaging that can help spot buried explosives.
B-1B Lancer flight operations are set to resume this week after a stand-down of bomber missions that lasted nearly two weeks.
A company that owns the commercial oil tanker involved in a deadly collision with a Navy destroyer has filed a lawsuit.
Officials from Bell today successfully completed the second, public flight demonstration of the firm's tiltrotor V-280 Valor.
U.S. Army weapons officials have expanded the list of submachine gun-style weapons the service plans to test.
Apache helicopters and Air Force A-10 Warthog planes were flying across the range at West Point.