Some stateside military projects, NATO defense at risk to fund border wall
Defense officials have identified more than 400 projects across the globe that could be delayed by President Trump's planned border wall construction.
B-52 bombers are flying near Russian and Chinese waters this month
U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortresses bombers are flying simultaneously over Europe and the Pacific Ocean this month.
Wounded warrior found dead at Fort Sam Houston, prompting brief lockdown
A service member attached to a wounded warrior unit at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston was found dead Monday night.
Go Active Guard Reserve, boost your pay and benefits? Full-time reservist program to grow
The Active Guard and Reserve program is projected to grow from 20 percent of the Reserve’s full-time support to 26 percent over the next three fiscal years.
Floodwaters overwhelm one-third of Offutt; nine aircraft evacuated
Only mission-essential personnel are working at the Nebraska base, which also hosts U.S. Strategic Command, and nine aircraft, including RC-135 Rivet Joint reconnaissance planes, have been evacuated.
‘The Rock’ calls tank named after him ‘sexy AF,’ incites online battle royale
It’s not every day a tank is named for a particular person, but when that individual is actually built like an armored vehicle, it just works.
Human rights group accuses AFRICOM commanders of war crimes, calls for investigation
AFRICOM officials deny any civilians have been killed in more than 100 airstrikes conducted since 2017.
Northrop launches hypersonic defense push
One of the world's largest defense firms is positioning itself early to nab counter-hypersonic contracts.
This is what Mattis will be up to post-Trump administration
Mattis' new role includes writing about domestic and international security policy, as well as participating in military and national security events in California and Washington.
US military presence in Syria is ‘illegitimate,’ says defense minister
Syria’s defense minister on Monday slammed what he called the “illegitimate” U.S. military presence in his country, vowing that Damascus has a right to self-defense, while Iraq said a border crossing with Syria will open in the coming days.
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