U.S. Army researchers have selected the University of Wisconsin to lead an effort to develop hybrid-electric engines.
Under the contract, the company will produce, test and deliver IM-SHORAD Strykers to the Army.
A bipartisan congressional report calls for the DoD to get more serious about the race to acquire artificial intelligence.
The service announced that it finished the Integrated Battle Station, or IBS, modification earlier this month.
The Air Force's new HH-60W combat rescue helicopter, known as the "Jolly Green II," has begun live-fire ground testing.
The Air Force is drawing up plans for its next refueling tanker to have autonomous or semi-autonomous capabilities.
The Air Force tested whether airmen at multiple locations could coordinate to execute the same MQ-9 sortie.
Fort Benning officials are planning for a virtual Electrification Industry Day on Oct. 20.
The bill also increases funding for the VA's electronic health record modernization program.
The U.S. Air Force's B-1B Lancer fleet is no longer as broken as it used to be, according to a top general.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
USAA Federal Savings Bank is part of USAA, which has about 13 million military and veteran-affiliated members.
The Army has said they are looking into the soldier’s actions for potential safety violations.
Two senators say the new Army Combat Fitness Test sets unrealistic standards for some soldiers.
The Marine Corps has officially retired the AH-1W Super Cobra helicopter.