With Ukraine Set to Get Another Weapon from Its Wish List, Democrats Push for More

Rep. Jason Crow calls for more tanks to Ukraine—and maybe non-combatant military observers.

Arms Flow 30% Faster to Ukraine as US Relearns Cold-War Skills

Logisticians are honing techniques invented to keep the Soviet Union from seizing Europe.

F-16s Would Make No ‘Fundamental Change’ in Ukraine’s War Effort, USAF Secretary Says

Biden’s decision to start training Ukrainian pilots on the jet is more about setting up Kyiv’s long-term capabilities, Kendall said.

US Medics Must Learn from Ukraine’s Harsher War, Report Says

Russia’s artillery and jammers make battlefield medicine harder and more dangerous than in Afghanistan and Iraq.

NATO Details Defense Plans—And Reiterates Call for More Member Spending

One leader said the updated plans help make the case for nations to meet the 2%-of-GDP guidelines.

MEU to Debut New Artillery, Missile, and Multi-Domain Unit

The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit will take along several innovations when it deploys this summer.

NATO Plans Record Air Exercise as Finland Joins Alliance

Air Defender 2023 exercise will include 100 U.S. aircraft, 2,000 troops, in “largest transatlantic movement” the Air National Guard has ever done.