Director Herb Nelson said progress on PFAS-free firefighting foam had been delayed by about six months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
A offensive-oriented cyber warfare strategy is reckless.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
"Many of these leaders have sons and daughters who have gone to combat or may be in combat right now," General James McConville said.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
We need to be very careful and strategic in how we confront communist China.
The FBI and the NSA released a joint press release this week identifying the new cyber security from Fancy Bear.
The retired Army brigadier general has been appointed to a senior defense role, after his nomination for a Senate confirmed role was withdrawn amid bipartisan opposition.
An attachable module to a spaceplane expected to make deliveries to the International Space Station may become the basis for a new class of miniature space station.
Only two of the next 10 highest-spending nations are rivals of the U.S.; China and Russia. But the U.S. annually spends more than twice as much as both nations combined.
In April this year, the Department of Defense published three declassified videos of unidentified aerial phenomena captured by Navy pilots whose veracity had previously been confirmed.
We must take decisive action against the threat emanating from Putin's Russia.
"If Beijing cannot develop technology on its own, it attempts to steal it from the United States using cyber espionage," read a 2019 letter from U.S. lawmakers.
Ahead of Trump's speech, hundreds of West Point graduates penned an open letter to the academy's class of 2020 warning of the tumult of contemporary politics.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the first order after more than 1,000 sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19, followed by a second outbreak on the U.S.S Kidd in April.
In late 2017, the videos were published by To the Stars... Academy of Arts & Sciences—an organization set up by the former Blink-182 singer to investigate UFO sightings.
United States Army General Mark Milley addressed questions about the new coronavirus' emergence from a Wuhan virology laboratory during a news conference Tuesday.
The Pentagon has announced its first case, a Marine stationed at the department's headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the 60-day stop order which will not impact the negoatiated drawdown of troops from Afghanistan.
The agreement, signed in Doha, Qatar, marks the first step in the process for achieving more durable peace, a goal that has remained elusive for nearly two decades.
Special operation forces recovered two sets of remains from the wreckage of a U.S. military aircraft that crashed in Taliban-held territory of Afghanistan, Newsweek has learned.
"The crash is under investigation, there are no indications the crash was caused by enemy fire," said U.S. Army Colonel Sonny Leggett, a spokesman for U.S. Forces-Afghanistan.
U.S. Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois, the Navy's largest training installation, is on lockdown. U.S. military officials said they are looking for a someone who entered the base without authorization.
When the U.S. Space Force revealed what their uniforms would look like on Twitter, the internet roasted them for using camouflage uniforms.
Staff Sgt. Ian P. McLaughlin, 29, of Virginia and Pfc. Miguel A. Villalon, 21, of Illinois were killed in action when their vehicle was struck by an IED in Kandahar Province.
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif had previously said that Iran did not plan to escalate tensions further.
The resignation of Ambassador Tina Kaidanow, a senior advisor on defense trade, was announced Wednesday, making her the fifth top Department of Defense official whose resignation was announced within the last seven days.
"A big mistake but it was a mistake," Lt. Col. Brian Fickel told Newsweek. "I'm sure there was nothing bad intended. It was just an error in judgment."