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Latest Pentagon Items
Racing against time, members of a Japanese organization are combing a New York military museum's World War II records for information they hope will lead to the graves of American servicemen still listed as missing in action on Saipan.
A government oversight agency says the Pentagon has lost track of more than 40 percent of the firearms it has provided to Afghanistan's security forces, prompting officials to contemplate a "carrot and stick" approach to arming the fledgling military.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told participants Thursday at the Aspen Security Forum that Russia is forcing the Pentagon to re-examine readiness plans that have been collecting dust for decades.
Nine company commanders are among 48 captains on active duty in Afghanistan that are slated to be fired under a Pentagon cost-cutting plan, officials said Thursday.
The Pentagon is using the strongest language yet against Russia amid an international outcry for an investigation into a Malaysian airliner that was shot down over eastern Urkaine, stating that Russia will be held accountable if its Ukraine-based supporters are to blame.
A Marine Corps officer who took on the top brass, and lost, has started a new career path in a legal job under the Pentagon's Joint Staff, not the Corps.
A team of Pentagon officials is heading to Ukraine to help the country rebuild its fractured military.
Millions of Americans use social media every day, and the Pentagon wants to know how to how the information they see might be used to control their behavior as if they were robots.
Initial U.S. intelligence assessments indicate that pro-Russian separatists are responsible for shooting a commercial airliner out of the sky with a Soviet Union-era, surface-to-air missile.