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The Air Force will award a contract on its new Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) before the end of June, despite the program not being included in the fiscal 2015 budget request.
As the defense community waits to see whether the Air Force's Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) program will be funded in the FY 2015 budget, producer Sikorsky's price proposal is set to expire by the end of March.
The Pentagon said Tuesday its spending plan for 2015 would begin to reshape the military after more than a decade of war without lessening America's commitment to support European allies at a time of tension with Russia.
The fiscal 2015 budget request uses cutbacks in the current Air Force fleet to make big investments in new systems, including a $1.2 billion increase for new aircraft purchases.
Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that Moscow reserves the right to use its military to protect Russians in Ukraine but voiced hope it won't need to do so.
The F-16 is returning to the Indiana Air National Guard's 122nd Fighter Wing in Fort Wayne.
The Air Force Academy is investigating 40 freshmen for allegedly cheating on a Chemistry 101 lab report assignment.
Never in the 40-year history of the all-volunteer force has the Pentagon sought to roll back the existing military compensation package for service members.
ARLINGTON, Va. - A senior Pentagon official said on Tuesday that, due to cuts to the defense budget, the Pentagon's plans to pivot to Asia 'can't happen.'
The Dutch diplomat leading an international mission to dismantle Syria's chemical weapons program said Tuesday the pace of removing chemicals from the civil war-torn country is picking up and an end-of-June deadline for total destruction of the program is
When it comes to a new round of base closures in 2017, lawmakers are split between lukewarm support, vehement opposition and general uncertainty.
The U.S. has condemned the Russian incursion into Ukraine and now the Pentagon has suspended its military-to-military relationship with Russia, including exercises and planning conferences, a Defense Department spokesman said.
A small scientific study of veterans exposed to bomb blasts while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan uncovered signs of lasting brain damage even in cases where there were no outward symptoms such as headaches, dizziness or confusion.
An airman from Rhode Island has died in a non-combatant incident, the Defense Department said Monday.
Poor management oversight allowed a Veterans Affairs Department employee to skip work, use government computers for sex chats and bilk the agency out of nearly $31,000, according to a new inspector general report.
The Defense Department announced Feb. 28 that the president has made the following nominations:
South Korea said North Korea fired seven suspected artillery shells into the ocean on Tuesday, in what Seoul called a provocation apparently directed against its ongoing military drills with the United States.
The U.S and major allies strained on Monday to rally a strong Western front to persuade Russia to step back from a military takeover of Ukraine's strategic Crimea region.
China's military is prepared to respond to all threats to the country's sovereignty, a government spokeswoman said Tuesday, ahead of the expected announcement of another big bump in defense spending.