Britain’s air force says that a jet belonging to the military’s Red Arrows aerobatic team has crashed at an air base in Wales, killing an engineer and injuring the pilot
Ukraine’s parliament has approved a bill requiring lawmakers to lock up their guns before entering the chamber
Former soldiers, health care workers and family and friends celebrated the lives of three women killed more than a week ago by a combat veteran who barged into a farewell party for an employee at a veterans’ care facility
National Nuclear Security Administration is facing challenges in all three of its most crucial areas and then some, GAO says.
Govini’s CEO says countries, like China, are spending big on the race for artificial intelligence to improve their forward mission.
The Defense Department is working to wrangle artificial intelligence projects across 40 different DoD organizations into a coherent S&T investment strategy.
DoD says the transition to new contractors, conducted while it was also restructuring its health plan’s benefits, proved more complicated than expected.
In today’s Federal Newscast, three lawmakers want legislation to overturn a 2013 court decision which prevents some defense department employees from appealing to the Merit Systems Protection Board.
Battles over priorities in a huge government-wide spending bill are essentially settled
Pentagon says annual U.S.-South Korean military exercises that had been postponed for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics will begin April 1
The Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services says DoD needs better focus on women in mid-career ranks.
A Border Patrol agent is going on trial for second-degree murder this week in a rare Justice Department prosecution of a fatal cross-border Mexico shooting
AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s latest barrage of tweets attacking Russia probe as politically biased and meaningless falls short of reality
Canada has announced a peacekeeping effort in the West African country of Mali that includes six helicopters and some support troops