The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency has launched a study of innovative ways to counter advanced missile threats such as ultra-high-speed maneuvering hypersonic missiles.
The Pentagon is compiling names of Iraqis who have helped the U.S. military to possibly be exempted from President Donald Trump’s immigration ban unveiled last week.
One of the policy changes expected under the new administration of U.S. President Donald Trump will be a scaling back of the Pentagon’s ambitious military exchange program with China.
Donald Trump will need to confront the continued instability and corruption in Afghanistan as well as a resilient Taliban insurgency that continues to challenge Afghan military and police forces, according to the special inspector for Afghanistan reconstruction.
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program has been delayed again and will cost at least $500 million more, according to correspondence between the Pentagon and the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Pentagon officials say that the bulk of the California National Guardsmen who were erroneously awarded bonuses for their service will be allowed to keep the payments.
The Pentagon under the administration of Donald Trump will face challenges in cyber security, acquisitions management, and numerous other areas that demand continued oversight.
Russia is not listed among President-elect Donald Trump’s “defense priorities” despite senior military officials warning that Moscow ranks as the No. 1 threat to America, according to an internal Defense Department memo.
China has returned an unmanned underwater vehicle to the U.S. that its navy seized in international waters of the South China Sea last Thursday.