Engineers walking around in hoodies and jeans may become a common sight at the Pentagon as part of an Air Force initiative to create its…
The world’s largest aerospace company is moving its defense division to the Washington, D.C., region at a time when Pentagon defense spending has entered a…
The Pentagon and Lockheed Martin Corp. finally came to an agreement for 57 more F-35 Joint Strike Fighters after months of negotiations. In an announcement…
The Marine Corps didn’t appropriately account for nearly $1 billion in 2012 — the year the Pentagon celebrated its first financial audit.
Pentagon leaders would have to again slash funding for annual training across the military unless Capitol Hill blocks sequestration.
The Pentagon is poised to unveil a new collaborative research program in the upcoming 2016 defense budget submission.
Chuck Hagel will begin his last trip to U.S. bases as defense secretary ahead of Senate confirmation hearings his replacement.
The Pentagon says it has no plans to back away from plans to retire the A-10 or recommend another round of BRAC.
The Pentagon is starting a massive research and development effort aimed at finding and developing next-generation technologies.
Rear Adm. Kirby says he won’t play “parlor game” with press over the possible nomination of Ashton Carter
The deputy defense secretary has been offered as a possible successor as the White House searches for a new defense secretary.
The director of the military’s Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell is leaving for a private sector job as more questions arise whether rapid acquisition will survive.
Sen. John McCain slammed the top spokesman for Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, calling Rear Adm. John Kirby “an idiot.”
The Pentagon hopes to build upon its quick-turn rapid acquisition abilities and expand the rapid fielding mission set despite budget environment.
Pentagon leaders have pleaded for the protection of the defense industrial base in the face of sequestration cuts, but others question if they need it.
The Pentagon is reportedly considering closing U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Southern Command due to budget cuts.
Several members of Congress sent a letter to National Security Advisor Susan Rice asking for a formal review of the administration’s Asia-Pacific rebalance strategy.
Navy officials put the squeeze on command coins as the service tries to pinch pennies in light of budget cuts associated with seqeustration.