AI has a political problem

The military is growing increasingly enthusiastic about AI. The public, less so.

US, UK publish guidance for secure-by-design AI

The first-of-its-kind international effort aims to set standards for cybersecurity in artificial-intelligence software.

US military to fly aid to Gazans as WH warns of next phase of war

The assistance is “nowhere near enough” to meet the need, administration acknowledges.

‘Russia is weaponizing time,’ Ukraine tells NATO

At Halifax conference, Western policy leaders struggled to meet a concatenation of crises.

Ukraine’s artillery supply declines as shells go to Israel

President Zelenskyy confirms that 155mm deliveries are drying up, even as Russia presses an assault in the east.

Military leaders are already using AI tools to help make decisions

Even simpler digitization and automation tools are streamlining combatant commanders' operations, the deputy chief of the Pentagon’s AI office said.

Senate panel moves to evade Tuberville's block on military nominations

The Rules Committee approved a temporary change to allow votes on large groups of nominees, but its fate before the whole Senate remains unclear.

'Influencers in uniform' are boosting recruiting, Pentagon says

Troops' social-media posts are "wildly popular because I think youth are looking for authenticity,” says deputy defense secretary.

Senate confirms first woman to lead Navy, fills Joint Staff vacancies

However, hundreds of confirmations are still blocked by Sen. Tommy Tuberville.

SecDef: Pulling Ukraine support would hand Putin a major win

Secretaries of state and defense urge Congress to pass $106B supplemental to support Israel and Ukraine—and send aid elsewhere as well.

Israel, US are losing the influence war over Gaza—but the Palestinians aren’t winning

The world no longer consumes information in a way that allows governments full control of narratives.

‘Arsenal of democracy’: Biden asks Congress to boost aid to Ukraine, Israel

Mentioning WWII, the president linked the survival of Israel and Ukraine to democracy itself.


Top Marine outlines priorities for next four years

In his first interview since shedding the “acting” label, commandant cites people, modernization, and organic mobility as top areas of focus.

The Army doesn’t know where a lot of its excess arms and gear are

As allies' needs soar, officials are racing to get a clearer picture of what's available.

Ukraine wants West's help in training NCOs and officers

U.S. and allies have already trained some 300 Ukrainian company commanders.

US finally labels military takeover in Niger a coup

The declaration comes three months after the country’s president was overthrown.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 135: The uncertain future of an eavesdropping law

We review the history of FISA Section 702 ahead of its possible expiration at the end of the year.