Another House lawmaker is calling for an official Pentagon investigation into GE’s partnership with China’s state-owned aviation company.
The investigation cleared the troops, aircrews and commanders, but may teach special operations some hard lessons.
The general trades his uniform for a business suit and a new office outside Washington — how will he change CIA and how will it change him?
The roll of names of the service members killed in Saturday’s helicopter crash provides a glimpse of the secret world of special operations.
The special operations community doesn’t get a break after its heavy losses this weekend. Its work goes on.
A top White House counter-terror official says information from Osama bin Laden’s own compound showed, from the inside, how successful the U.S. has been in going after al Qaeda.
Can the vast Internet real estate taken up by DoD and the intelligence community survive the White House’s planned purge of official websites?
A new breakdown of the SEALs’ plans, a new number of helicopters and a new denouement.
Pakistan has taken billions of dollars in U.S. aid, been a key ally in the fight against terrorism, and yet appears to have harbored Osama bin Laden for six years. Frustrating as it gets, the U.S. can’t give up, analysts say.
Senior intelligence and defense officials detailed the fate of Osama bin Laden for reporters Monday at the Pentagon.
Officials hope a new command post in Key West will help with the war on smuggling into the U.S. Drug traffickers, however, show a strong penchant for adaptation.
Relations between Pakistani intelligence officials and their American counterparts have gotten so bad the Pakistanis are leaking details about American operations to reporters.
The Air Force’s Chief Information Officer, Lt. Gen. William Lord just shed some more light on how the Pentagon is working to solve the timeless problem of getting all its jets, satellites and ground vehicles to talk to one another.
Air Force leaders shed more light on the communications issues facing the F-22 Raptor today, telling lawmakers that the plane will not be receiving the same datalink being developed for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
One of China’s top space executives is scheduled to come to the US and speak next month at the National Space Symposium, the nation’s premier…
The first Arab state has publicly committed to enforcing the no-fly zone over Libya — Qatar — as initial battle damage assessments of yesterday’s air strikes indicate Qaddafi’s air defense have been seriously degraded. On the home front, the first signs of open worry from Capitol Hill surfaced with the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee saying he was, “concerned that the use of military force in the absence of clear political objectives for our country risks entrenching the United States in a humanitarian mission whose scope and duration are not known at this point and cannot be controlled by us.”
The Air Force’s new space acquisition strategy, called Evolutionary Acquisition for Space Strategy, came under fire today from experts who said it would lead to higher costs and a less resilient industrial base.
The United States must consider an alternative approach to buying a highly sophisticated, multi-billion eye in the sky spy satellite, the vice chairman of the House Permanent Select Intelligence Committee said this morning. “I think it’s a major issue,” Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger of Maryland told reporters this morning. He said he is working with DNI Jim Clapper on the best approach to providing troops and the White House with the best mix of capabilities.
This week in Congress it’s all about the Navy and its shipbuilding programs, with a dash of radical Muslims and some worldwide threat analysis thrown…
When Defense Secretary Robert Gates put the presidential helicopter program on ice in 2009, he left nine completely built birds sitting in a hangar. Given…