Maui relief efforts continue, with plans to begin debris removal in November

Nearly 700 defense personnel are helping in the wake of the deadly August wildfires.

Navy divers begin search and underwater survey in Maui

The Defense Department now has 572 people supporting relief efforts after devastating fires.

House cuts to Pentagon climate-resilience plans weaken the military

As weather grows harsher, hardening bases and gear is investment in capability.

Climate Security is National Security

Our book argues the threat of terrorism was never an existential threat—but climate change is, and it requires more military attention and resources.

The New F-35A Engine Would Be a Win-Win-Win-Win

The fuel savings alone would please taxpayers, environmentalists, the Pentagon and the industrial base.

What Contractors Think of the Proposed Rule on Climate Reporting  

The proposed rule is part of the Biden administration’s larger environmental agenda, but it comes with costs for contractors. 

Hybrid-Electric Troop Transports Are Moving Toward the Battlefield

The quieter, cooler, less maintenance-intensive vehicles will make up at least part of the Army’s future fleet.

Army Climate Plan Relies on Technology That Doesn’t Exist Yet

The most “complex” aspect of the implementation plan is “building a force to operate in the future that still has to operate in the present,” officials said.