Kirtland AFB, N.M.—The
US military will not move to adopt a "no first use" policy of nuclear
weapons, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday, in a message to
comfort allies increasingly concerned over North Korea's increasing
public tests of missiles and nuclear weapons.
Albuquerque, N.M.—The US military is sending more than 600 troops to help Iraqi forces retake Mosul, shoring up the logistics and continuing the buildup of a remote airfield for the fight.
The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center and
United Launch Alliance signed a cooperative research and development
agreement Sept. 27 to facilitate the Lockheed Martin and Boeing
consortium’s attempt to certify its Vulcan rocket for National Security
The Russian military supplied the missile system that pro-Moscow separatists used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine, a joint investigative report has confirmed.
Much like the rest of the military's nuclear arsenal, the Defense Department must move ahead on the Long-Range Standoff Weapon to ensure a credible deterrent and the ability to penetrate a denied area, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday.
The Senate failed to muster enough support to end
debate and vote on a continuing resolution to fund the federal
government Tuesday, raising the possibility of a government shutdown by
the end of this week.
Serbia may seem an unlikely pathway to Angola, but for 25 medics from the Ohio Army and Air National Guard, it was exactly that.
The Air Force is using an aircraft's long-term
maintenance schedule to ensure the health of its Minuteman III fleet,
using empty silos under New START as depots for the ICBMs.
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