The Defense Digital Service’s automated investigations tool turns to the dark side of insider threat hunting and gets rebranded to match.
In this episode, we review how our understanding of the threats posed by human-caused climate change is evolving, and we look at some ways the U.S. could more smartly compete with China.
Democrats rejected proposals that could affect military bases, but unlikely allies appear to be forming.
Air Force’s Kendall Creates Space Acquisition Office, Accelerates Absorption of Space Development Agency
And the new service secretary is asking Congress to allow him to move faster yet.
Biden says he will approve Austin's recommendation to require vaccinations by mid-September, or sooner if the FDA formally approves them.
President tells Pentagon to add COVID to list of required vaccinations. He also imposed requirements on federal employees and contractors who decline to get vaccinated.
Troops, employees, contractors, and others must wear masks indoors on Defense Department facilities in the Pentagon and these areas.
In Singapore, defense secretary chides Beijing for “aggression...coercion...genocide” but says he wants a “constructive, stable relationship with China.”
NATO militaries must master new technologies, from AI to next-gen long-range fires, within 15 years, Joint Chiefs chair warns.
We are on the verge of Hollywood-level fast, but the service branches need cultural change and cooperation for it to work.
Improving victim care, focusing on prevention and removing prosecution from the chain of command are some top priorities of the 300-page report.
The Army just upgraded combat medals given to 60 special operators of the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu, right as Pentagon officials decide whether to return to Somalia.
Defense secretary breaks with Joint Chiefs after they warn that Sen. Gillibrand’s leading UCMJ reform bill goes too far.
Review could reshape cooperation with domestic agencies, consequences for troops’ social media posts, and more.
The Middle East will continue to demand resources even as troops withdraw from Afghanistan.
Task force says the military Biden inherited from Trump had a “say-do gap” in the resources directed at China.
For Now, ‘Over the Horizon’ Protection for Afghanistan Will Fly From Existing Hubs, Acting Air Force Secretary Says
Service wants $10 billion for South Asia and Middle East operations as Pentagon develops long-term plan for Afghanistan support.