The U.S. Army will soon have its long-awaited Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, but the Humvee replacement won’t solve the mobility needs of the service’s expeditionary light forces.Read More
Unlike some of the Pentagon’s top military and civilian leaders, Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Talley said he welcomes a plan to boost war funding.
Army equipment officials are preaching about a new acquisition strategy that they say will mean better night vision gear for soldiers at a much cheaper price.
The deployment of 450 more troops could serve as the prototype for other bases and not be seen as “mission creep” in Iraq.
Army is again starting from the beginning in exploring a Bradley replacement. Will it be more successful this go around?
The U.S. Army’s top officer said the new light-duty vehicle slated to replace the iconic Humvee is a key part of the future ground force.
Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus disagreed with Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s charge that the Iraqis lacked the will to fight.
Lawmakers are hoping to arm and train U.S. allies in the Pacific as a way to counter China’s increasingly assertive behavior in the region.
The Pentagon chief today named Gen. Mark Milley – a leader with a strong background in light infantry and Special Forces – to replace Gen. Raymond Odierno.
U.S. Army generals suggested the M113 will remain in the inventory — and inside the wire — for another decade until the Vietnam-era tracked vehicle is retired.
The U.S. Army is working to glean intelligence on Russian military technology from the conflict between pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces.
The U.S. Army’s advanced technology czar said that the service must focus on accelerating the innovation of attainable technologies.