Russian cruise missiles have US Air Force scouting for thousands of acres of land

Six over-the-horizon radar sites are envisioned in the United States and Canada, say officials with prospective bidder Raytheon.

What Venezuela’s moonbase vow says about China, Russia, and the USA

Caracas’ participation in the International Lunar Research Station is more than merely symbolic.

NATO’s New Tech Accelerator Is Looking For Its First Group Of Startups

The Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic, or DIANA, initiative aims to pair companies with funds to test dual-use tech that can work in defense and commercial sectors.

Navy Expands Unmanned Operations to 4th Fleet

U.S. Southern Command’s naval component will follow 5th Fleet into heavy-duty experimentation with drones.


Milley: Don’t Send Uninvited US Troops to Mexico

The top U.S. general recommends military training and law enforcement to stem drug and migrant flows—not special operators and other forces.

State Department To Give Costa Rica $25M For Cybersecurity

The aid is a direct request from President Rodrigo Chaves Robles.