The Trump administration is imposing new sanctions on Russia for violating a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty by deploying a banned cruise missile.
A spokesman for the Department of Defense said on Tuesday that the U.S. military will remain in Syria as long as necessary to ensure the Islamic State does not return.
The Defense Department’s efforts to restrict access to its most sensitive databases remain inadequate more than four years after the high-profile leaks by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, according to the Pentagon’s inspector general.
A pair of former special agents with a Department of Defense law enforcement agency told the Washington Free Beacon they complained about breakdowns in information sharing between the military and the FBI decades ago but were ignored. The ignored warnings combined with multiple inspector general reports paint a picture of a decades-long failure by the …
U.S. officials have become increasingly concerned that American military aid to the Lebanese army is arming the Iranian-backed terror group Hezbollah, which has been amassing a large cache of advanced arms on Israel’s border, according to multiple current and former U.S. officials who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed President Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of the Army, retired Army officer Mark Esper.
An active-duty service member underwent gender reassignment surgery on Tuesday in an operation paid for by the Pentagon.
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.