Navy Proposal to Buy Two Carriers Draws Scrutiny From Pentagon
Boeing Tanker to Miss Delivery Date, Air Force Secretary Says
Air Force Secretary Prepares to Make Her Case for Expansion
Lockheed's $29 Billion Helicopter Running Short of a Needed Part
Lockheed F-35s to Begin Flying Again After Crash Drew Suspension
Suspension by the Pentagon is to allow “a fleet-wide inspection of a fuel tube within the engine on all F-35 aircraft.”
BAE's Armored Vehicle Capacity Questioned in Trump Defense Study
Air Force Bid for More Squadrons Must Vie for Funds, GAO Says
Pentagon Slow to Protect Weapons From Cyber Attacks, GAO Says
Lockheed's F-35 Wins Pentagon Approval for Full Combat Testing
The Trump administration warned that too much of the U.S. defense industry is dependent on China.
Pentagon Touts Relief After Five Years of Budget Restrictions
Blame a Spark Plug for U.S.-Japan Missile Failure, Pentagon Says
With the win, Boeing swept the trio of high-profile contracts awarded before the Sept. 30 close of the federal fiscal year.
Northrop's B-2 Bomber Upgrade to Evade Enemies May Run Late
As many as 84 of the Boeing MH-139 helicopters will replace decades-old UH-1 Hueys protecting U.S. nuclear bases.
Lockheed Wins GPS Satellite Contract Worth Up To $7.2 Billion
Army Worries Over BAE Vehicle Production Draw Secretary's Visit
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Makes Fourth Visit to Afghanistan
The U.S. deadline is part of President Donald Trump’s decision to back out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal in May.
Pact will be major part of the planned 2+2 talks on Sept. 6.