Navy's $11 Billion Carrier Falling Short on Reducing Labor Costs
North Korea's Pause Keeps Kim From Perfecting ICBMs, U.S. Says
Trump first broached the idea in March, reviving a debate that began almost 20 years ago.
The GPS Satellite Praised by Mike Pence for Space Force Is Delayed Yet Again
Trump's Space Force Needs $8 Billion Over Five Years, Pence Says
U.S. Navy Secretary Says Relations With Contractors Must Improve
Navy Seeks $30 Million to Fix Gear That Hobbled Its New Carrier
U.S. Lawmakers Take Aircraft Carrier Savings on Faith for the Time Being
Mattis Urges Congress Not to Hit Turkey With Lockheed F-35 Ban
Mattis Condemns Russian Actions Yet Urges Waivers for Arms Sales
BAE's $1.3 Billion Contract for Howitzer Delayed by U.S. Army
The planes, Boeing 747-8s, would be delivered by December 2024 for the Air Force One.
Pentagon Seeks a More Lethal Army in Shifting $4.7 Billion
BAE Howitzer Production Flawed as Army Readies $1.3 Billion Buy
Pentagon Should Boost CFIUS Foreign Investment Reviews, GAO Says
Pentagon's Research Commitment Found to Decline Over Two Decades
The U.S. and North Korea diverge on the outcome of two days of talks.
U.S. envoy also said she’s concerned that Russia is trying to “flip” Turkey and other American allies to its column.
U.S.-North Korea Talks Stumble as Pyongyang Knocks Pompeo Effort
Pentagon Hyped $1.2 Billion F-35 Savings Claim, Senators Say
Discounted U.S. Weapons Sales Under Scrutiny by Key Lawmakers