Lin faces charges of espionage, attempted espionage and patronizing a prostitute in a rare spying case involving an active-duty member of the Navy.
By J. Thompson Having lived for years in Los Angeles where televised high-speed police chases through the Inland Empire…
If you want to buy a secondhand fighter jet, Albania’s the place to go right now.
The U.S. military has launched a newly aggressive campaign of cyberattacks against Islamic State militants, targeting the group’s abilities to use social media.
The nation’s first naval air station this month has enacted strict new, permanent security measures intended to separate the nearly 1 million tourists who visit the base each year from the thousands of sailors, Marines and other military employees who work on the base.
When the 790-foot SS El Faro sank after losing propulsion near the Bahamas, the Coast Guard initially didn’t think it was sinking.
Think tank’s “Red Alert: The Growing Threat to U.S. Aircraft Carriers,” focuses on China’s burgeoning military posture in the Pacific.
Department of Defense installations across the U.S. will no longer accept driver’s licenses from five states deemed non-compliant with the REAL ID Act.
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security
The first successful launch of an underwater drone from a submarine dry deck.