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Defense Department brass is concerned trotting soldiers, missiles and heavy weaponry through Washington, D.C., will create military chaos. [Read More]
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The Defense Department has a "higher expectation" of deployability by its forces, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said.,... [Read More]
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The winners of the premiere Defense Department acquisition honor -- the David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award -- made exceptional contributions in support of the... [Read More]
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US Air Force After decades of research, the Army has decided to do a wide roll-out of active-protection systems for Abrams tanks. APS... [Read More]
US Air Force After decades of research, the Army has decided to do a wide roll-out of active-protection systems for Abrams tanks. APS... [Read More]
Since President Donald Trump is such a big military guy, maybe we could take all the money for the parade, that just creates a big... [Read More]
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The Code.mil open source initiative got a makeover and a new website: Code.mil. [Read More]
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The Defense Department will host an industry day for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud acquisition on March 7. [Read More]
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The Defense Department has released a new policy on military retention for nondeployable service members as it seeks to provide more ready and lethal forces,... [Read More]
Corker Thanks Mulvaney For "More Realistic" Budget ... [Read More]
The Defense Department has signed agreed to buy Hewlett Packard Enterprise supercomputers for developing helicopters, forecasting weather. [Read More]
Service members who stay on the non-deployable list for 12 months or more may be told to leave the military under a new Defense Department... [Read More]
For help building new helicopters, among other things. [Read More]
Win McNamee/Getty In a win for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, the Pentagon says it has suspended its plans to build an intelligence facility... [Read More]
One of the central questions after the Sutherland Springs shooting was: How did shooter Devin Kelley get his guns? He'd been able to legally... [Read More]
The Pentagon's Defense Logistics Agency can't account for hundreds of millions of dollars in spending, according to an internal audit conducted by Ernst & Young.... [Read More]
Defense Department spending up 14% State Department down 27% Health & Human Services down 20% Department of Transportation down 20% Department... [Read More]
No one has escaped Guantanamo Bay's detention center in the fifteen years that it has been open, but the Pentagon wants to dramatically increase the... [Read More]
The Defense Department's 2019 budget includes a hefty chunk of cash for another Ford-class aircraft carrier, but its most recent one is facing some issues. [Read More]
The Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Cybersecurity holds a hearing on the Defense Department's role in ensuring that the U.S. [Read More]
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