At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the Great War ended. This Sunday marks the centennial.
A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently found that U.S. weapon systems developed between 2012 and 2017 have “mission critical” cyber vulnerabilities.
Chinese military vessels are now operating in the Northern Atlantic Ocean, the U.S. Navy’s top admiral told the Voice of America in a recent exclusive interview.
The Army has reversed its widely covered decision to discharge a citizenship-seeking immigrant soldier, in what his lawyer called an acknowledgment that the move was “improper.”
With Opha May Johnson’s enlistment in the USMC on August 13, 1918, she paved the way for thousands of proud women who would follow in her footsteps.
An annual Navy exercise to prepare for hurricane season has an extra element of relevance this year at Naval Station Mayport and other area bases after Northeast Florida was hammered by storms in 2016 and 2017.
The Pentagon’s investigative arm has started to examine the matter involving Ronny L. Jackson, the Navy rear admiral whose nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs collapsed last week amid allegations he mistreated White House medical staffers and improperly dispensed medications, among other accusations.
As in any organization, toxic leadership has an adverse impact on a military unit’s morale as well as on subordinates and other leaders.
In a stinging rebuke to the Air Force, The House Armed Services Committee wants the service to build a replacement for the aging E-8 JSTARS radar surveillance aircraft, an expense Air Force leaders want to avoid.