U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis this week asked Congress to halt pending legislation that would compel the U.S. to alert foreign governments when the Pentagon has decided to combat certain cyber attacks, according to a letter sent to lawmakers.
The Department of Defense announced new policies on Friday for foreigners who plan to enter the United States military.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the rocket attack Wednesday that struck an airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, and said the target was Defense Secretary James Mattis.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is not pontificating about the NFL protests—at least not in front of inquisitive reporters.
The Department of Defense has thousands more American troops on the ground in Afghanistan than it has publicly disclosed, according to defense officials.
The U.S. Navy announced this week that the Seventh Fleet commander has been relieved of command due to a “loss of confidence.”
President Donald Trump has elevated the Department of Defense’s Cyber Command to a Unified Combatant Command status, a status most often reserved for geographical commands.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis addressed a group of sailors last week and used characteristically blunt language about the value of their service.