Two aircraft are on President Trump’s radar. Here’s how they’re different, and why it matters to more than just power players in Washington.
The CNO talked with Defense One editor Kevin Baron on Jan. 17, in the first D Brief LIVE event.
The new Boeing and Saab plane took to the sky for the first time on Tuesday, showing defense firms can build complex weapons quickly.
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In a backseat ride over New Hampshire, the Eagle shows why it’s still lethal, yet increasingly expensive.
What's next for Pacific Command? Hear it from Adm. Harris, who leads America's largest military command in one of the world's most complex and dynamic regions.
Fifteen years after invading Afghanistan in pursuit of the 9/11 attackers, the U.S. is bombing a half-dozen more countries.
Defense One, with the Council on Foreign Relations, is pleased to offer an explainer of the GOP and Democratic candidates’ positions on national defense, Russia, China, and ISIS.
The anti-ISIS coalition has dropped more than 41,500 bombs, leading the Pentagon to borrow from stockpiles in other regions.
A violent and graphic new video suggests the reality of fighting for the Islamic State is much different from the dominating successes their online messages portray.
The Pentagon's acting personnel chief has vowed to upend the military's Cold War-era HR system. Watch him describe how and why.
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