World-class scientists and engineers have been creating cutting-edge technologies for warfighters at military laboratories for nearly 100 years, and a Sept. 28 hearing on Capitol Hill focused on technologies being developed today for future wars.
All three legs of the nuclear triad operate with a high degree of readiness, reliability and excellence, but the aging systems need more investment for the future.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo drew back the curtain a bit on his organization’s activities during a rare open session of the Senate Intelligence Committee
The Defense Department has no reason to doubt reports that Russia and Syria are responsible for a deadly attack on an aid convoy near the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Counter-Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant forces continue their progress against the terror group throughout Iraq and Syria.
The coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has the momentum to end the terror group’s hold in Iraq and Syria, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the Senate Armed Services […]
The Defense Department’s technological and organizational leaps over the decades have been characterized as strategies to offset or overcome the conventional strengths of potential adversaries.
Pierre Conesa vient de publier l'échographie du monstre à double visage qui ronge l'islam: la monarchie wahhabite saoudienne. Aucun régime démocratique ne peut lutter contre contre le mal qui se déguise en bien.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and his mentor, former Defense Secretary William J. Perry, discussed the importance of innovation in defense during a talk at the Hoover Institution.
NATO needs to approach Russia from a "position of strength," while keeping the channels open for discussions and possible collaboration.