Department of Defense

Cold War Bombers Are the Pentagon’s Latest Salvo Against China

On July 21, two U.S Air Force B-1B bombers took off from Guam and headed west over the Pacific Ocean to the hotly contested South China Sea. The sleek jets made a low-level pass over the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and its escorting fleet, which was exercising nearby in the Philippines Sea, according to images released by the U.S. military.

McConnell Challenger Video Buries Marine, DoD Endorsement Disclaimer

(Updated) McGrath is a retired Marine lieutenant colonel

Democrat Amy McGrath, a retired Marine lieutenant colonel who announced Tuesday she is running against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.), didn't include disclaimers about the Department of Defense and Marines not endorsing candidates as she invoked her military service in her launch video.

Iran, Russia, China Continuing Operations to Disrupt 2020 Elections

U.S. intel community, law enforcement monitoring multiple events in lead-up

In the lead-up to the 2020 elections, the United States is already laying the groundwork to boost its own counter-operations and detection methods in order to thwart a possible attack on the nationwide election systems, as well as social media efforts by rogue nations.

U.S. Kicks Off 19-Nation War Games Drills in Ukraine

With threats from Iran, Russia rising, America launches war games

The United States military and partners from 19 countries are getting set to kick off a massive series of war drills in Ukraine amid rising threats from Iran and Russia, according to the Defense Department.