Pentagon officials will visit state and federal prisons located in Colorado to weigh whether they could be used to jail Guantanamo Bay detainees as President Obama continues to push to close the military prison in Cuba.
The Obama administration is attempting to circumvent Congress by cooperating with China on space activities despite concerns about Beijing’s development of anti-satellite weapons and cyber theft of information from NASA, according to critics of the U.S. policy.
A U.S. C-130 plane crashed in Afghanistan early Friday morning, killing all 11 people onboard, including six members of the Air Force.
Three of the country’s top veterans groups have lent their support to a congressional measure that calls for the immediate reinstatement of a decorated U.S. soldier who was booted from the military for blowing the whistle on an allied Afghan commander.
China might be building its first aircraft carrier on its own soil, according to satellite images released by IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly.
A Waffle House in Nicholasville, Kentucky, refused to serve an Army National Guard soldier when he entered the restaurant wearing his military uniform and carrying his gun in its holster.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R., N.C.) has successfully inserted an amendment in next year’s defense policy bill that could help prevent the closing of what military leaders say is a vital airlift wing for national security.
Iran has purchased $21 billion worth of Russian satellite technology and aircraft, according to Iranian officials.
U.S. military officials and allies are becoming more worried of the Obama administration’s plan to reduce U.S. presence in Afghanistan and are as a result reviewing new options that include maintaining a force of thousands of troops after the end of 2016.
Multiple investigations have been launched into allegations that senior officials at the U.S. Central Command altered intelligence estimates about the U.S. campaign against the Islamic State to indicate a more favorable impression of progress.