The Missile Defense Agency this month awarded $277 million to L3Harris and Northrop Grumman as part of its Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking Space Sensor project.
Democratic Rep. Adam Smith said Monday that white nationalism and far-right extremism in the military "needs to be addressed."
The Pentagon Inspector General will investigate how CENTCOM and SOCOM have dealt with potential law of war violations in recent years.
The commission has just under two years to analyze which Department of Defense bases, buildings and equipment need renaming and to suggest new names based on input from local communities.
"There is no established system to employ the military if the president himself is the instigator of an insurrection," an official told Newsweek.
The law enforcement and security people responsible for maintaining order in D.C. weren't ready, weren't properly organized and weren't impartial.
The Republican-controlled Senate joined the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives in rebuking the White House with the first veto override vote of Donald Trump's tenure as commander-in-chief, 81-13, on New Year's Day.
The best gift Washington can give to the American people this holiday season is a large dose of common sense in U.S. foreign and national security policy.
The Pentagon and President-elect Joe Biden's team are in disagreement over why the Defense Department decided to reschedule transition meetings set to take place in the coming weeks.
President-elect Joe Biden has made an inspired choice in selecting retired general Lloyd Austin to be secretary of defense in his administration.
"This is a huge cyber espionage campaign targeting the U.S. government and its interests," said one source familiar with the matter.
"The UFOs have asked not to publish that they are here," Professor Haim Eshed said, "humanity is not ready yet."
No one in the array of voices Newsweek heard from challenged Lloyd Austin's record but worried if President Donald Trump's choice to seek a waiver for James Mattis set a precedent threatening civilian-military separation.
"You can do something that's really destructive," retired Admiral Michael Mullen, who was appointed as chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by former President George W. Bush, said.
H.R. McMaster warned about potential threats to U.S. security that could arise after reducing military presence in Afghanistan early next year.
With only 61 days left until Inauguration Day, it's unlikely that President Donald Trump will fill these 24 positions with Senate-approved appointees.
On top of strong norms against partisan intervention by the U.S. military, this President has done little to endear himself to the top brass, and they in return have little desire to support him. Even the troops are divided.
Mark Milley also said servicemembers did not take an oath to "a king or queen, or tyrant or dictator."
The former national security adviser also said Trump's decision to fire Mark Esper was "utterly unjustified."
"If this is the beginning of a trend," House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith wrote Tuesday, "then the next 70 days will be precarious at best and downright dangerous at worst."
GOP senators added $69 billion for "overseas operations" as part of their $696 billion Pentagon spending bill for 2021.
Mental health specialists said they saw a corresponding uptick in referrals among veterans since the pandemic started.
The ships would help provide ammunition to attacking vessels, but many technical questions remain before they hit the water.
Director Herb Nelson said progress on PFAS-free firefighting foam had been delayed by about six months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fifteen of the terrorists were from Saudi Arabia, two were from the United Arab Emirates, one was from Lebanon and one was from Egypt.
"Many of these leaders have sons and daughters who have gone to combat or may be in combat right now," General James McConville said.
Trump accused Pentagon leaders Monday of pushing for conflicts solely to keep defense contractors happy.
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.
The Pentagon report released this week estimated China's nuclear arsenal at just over 200 warheads, predicting Beijing would double its number of warheads over the coming decade.
As the inheritor of Trump's erratic foreign policy, Biden must not accept a mangled status quo; he will need to make a sharp break left.