A US missile destroyer made ‘historic’ visit to Beirut as regional tensions mount
The port visit by the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer Ramage to Beirut was the first in 36 years.
Trump: It looks like Iran hit Saudis, no military option yet
President Donald Trump declared Monday it “looks” like Iran was behind the explosive attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. But he stressed that military retaliation was not yet on the table in response to the strike against a key U.S. Mideast ally.
This is the name of the Air Force’s new training jet
The new designation of the jet formerly known as T-X pays tribute to aviation legends.
Green Beret killed in action in Afghanistan
Another U.S. service member has been killed in action in Afghanistan, officials announced Monday.
Inhofe reveals backup plan for military pay if NDAA battle persists
The Senate Armed Services Committee chairman wants to ensure troops are paid in the event partisan differences remain unresolved.
The US Air Force’s radical plan for a future fighter could field a jet in 5 years
The U.S. Air Force is seeking rapid-fire plane production as it tries to surpass the capabilities of near-peer competitors like Russia and China.
ISIS leader calls on fighters to free detained comrades
The leader of the Islamic State group released a new alleged audio recording Monday calling on members of the extremist group to do all they can to free IS detainees and women held in jails and camps.
Anger as VA evicts lawmakers from medical center offices
Six members of Congress will lose offices as the department moves to add more clinical space for veterans.
US warship runs another FONOP near Paracel Islands
A simmering South China Sea heats up.
Esper can — and must — lead bold reform at the Pentagon
The kind of creativity and leadership Mark Esper showed as Army secretary is needed Pentagon-wide re-prioritize activities consistent with the National Defense Strategy, says the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee in this commentary.
Chief Wright eyes big changes to enlisted evals, re-enlistments and PT
The Air Force may drop Weighted Airman Promotion System, or WAPS, testing for staff sergeants and technical sergeants, and allow airmen to take a PT exam without being penalized if they fail.
Armed with a new missile, the LCS comes of age
Is it fair to deride the LCS today as a "little crappy ship?"
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