On this episode of the Air Force Podcast, SSgt. Ashley New sat down with Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright to talk about resiliency.
The Pentagon's research arm—the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency—wants to accelerate the development of innovative textiles and smart materials to better and more comfortably protect humans from chemical and biological threats.
Italian Army Gen. Paolo Ruggiero was named NATO’s deputy supreme allied commander for transformation on July 19. He sat down with Defense News during a visit to Washington, D.C., in November to discuss his view of future challenges, how NATO must operate in space, and future adversaries.
More than 100 military bases are at risk of water shortages in an era of climate change, according to a Government Accountability Office report. Some have already experienced water restrictions.
The effort to build a National Desert Storm Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., passed a significant milestone recently with formal approval of a design concept granted by the US Commission on Fine Arts.
Former Navy and Air Force pilots or their surviving spouses have expressed to McClatchy their concerns about the high number of prostate, brain, blood and other types of cancers affecting their community, and some have wondered whether radars on military aircraft might have been a factor.