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Latest Pentagon Items
A hack-proof drone has been unveiled by the Pentagon's research wing tasked with creating breakthrough technologies for America's national security needs.
The House defied the Pentagon on Thursday, overwhelmingly backing a $601 billion defense authorization bill that saves the Cold War-era U-2 spy plane, military bases and Navy cruisers despite warnings that it will undercut military readiness.
It will be five years next month that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl fell into the hands of the most ruthless terrorists fighting U.S. and local troops in Afghanistan.
House passes $601 billion defense bill that spares planes, ships from Pentagon cuts.
In an age in which our nation has the ability to track information and military movements across the globe — often in real time — American taxpayers should be disturbed that our national leaders lack the ability and will to track key information much closer to home.
Russia conducted a flight test of an intercontinental ballistic missile Tuesday that state media in Moscow said included the test of an advanced warhead.
The White House is escalating an election-year dispute with Congress over military spending as lawmakers bucked the Pentagon and spared favorite ships and aircraft despite diminishing budgets.
The Pentagon is weighing allowing some immigrants brought illegally to the country as youths to serve in the military, a unilateral step by the Obama administration as immigration legislation remains stalled in the Republican-led House.
The Pentagon says the U.S. indictment of five Chinese officers for cyberspying could hurt Beijing's already tenuous military relationship with the United States but says it will be up to China to decide if the dialogue continues.