The U.S. has sent $9.1 billion in military assistance to Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
The Department of Defense announced the $1B package just days after Russia said its troops destroyed HIMARS.
Russia's president accused the U.S. of being directly involved in the Ukraine war by providing military aid.
"There's a lot of activity and all of it's happening in real time," National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby told reporters.
Recruitment problems are a symptom of the failure to educate and cultivate genuine military leaders.
A top Biden administration official has explained how the U.S. plans to contain Chinese aggression in the Pacific in coordination with American allies.
Risky and unsafe actions by Chinese forces in the South China Sea have reportedly been escalating over the last five years.
"Marxist Critical Race Theory and its racial division have no place in the Naval Academy," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement.
The global security and aerospace company cited HIMARS as one of the missile systems "primarily attributable" for its second-quarter profit boost.
A senior U.S. defense official told reporters that Russia's "capabilities are getting dumber."
"To date, those systems have not been eliminated by the Russians, and I knock on wood every time I say something like that," said General Mark Milley.
Ukrainian officials have said that the rocket systems have been instrumental in its defenses against Russia's military.
Kyiv has claimed battlefield success from using the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS).
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
The British Defense Ministry highlighted a report that surfaced claiming that Russian wives were begging for "exhausted" soldiers to be returned home.
"Traitors don't get pensions from the government they try to overthrow," tweeted Ruben Gallego, an Iraq War veteran, on Saturday.
The Defense Department announced more missile systems and ammunition are being provided to Ukraine.
"There is enough thorium in the United States alone to power the country at its current energy level for over 1,000 years," expert says.
Pentagon defense planner Colin Kahl says China remains the No. 1 challenge for the United States, despite the "acute" threat of Russia.
Both defense heads are scheduled to deliver major speeches at the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue defense summit, which kicks off in Singapore this Friday.
"This is Ukraine's fight. It's not the United States' fight," said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
The former defense secretary's comments follow publication of a book by Mark Esper describing troubling moments during Trump's presidency.
During a congressional hearing on UFOs, the Defense Department's under secretary for intelligence said transparency was the objective.
U.S. intelligence officials testified on Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee to answer questions about UFOs and UAPs.
"Zelensky doesn't really need a no-fly zone," an expert told Newsweek when discussing Russia's failure to establish air superiority in Ukraine.
"There are good reasons for low morale on the Russian side," an expert told Newsweek. "The war isn't going well."
The retired lieutenant general was paid by the state-controlled Russia Today to attend a gala alongside Vladimir Putin in 2015.
An official with the Department of Defense said economic sanctions were "having a bite" on Russia's ability to replace stocks in its defense industrial base.
While U.S. Taiwan policy remains unchanged, the update appears to remove some commonly misinterpreted elements of Washington's official position.
A senior Department of Defense official characterized the Russian leadership on the ground as not being sound or in control.