Check out highlights from Day 2 of the Air Force Association’s virtual Aerospace Warfare Symposium.
American forces have struck at an Iranian-backed militia in Syria that launched rocket attacks against U.S. bases in Iraq, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.
Nearly three dozen House Democrats are urging President Joe Biden to relinquish his sole authority to order the launch of nuclear weapons, arguing that no single person should wield apocalyptic military power.
The Pentagon has spent about $1.7 trillion on a jet that former President Donald J. Trump loved to talk about. But the military never got its money's worth. MSNBC's Brian Williams explains.
A pair of jets flew two missions from different airfields on the same day in a bid to complicate Chinese targeting.
Chief Master Sergeant Roger Towberman said the Space Force is trying to balance tradition against a desire for innovation and for doing things differently.
The first full-up flight test of the Self-Protect High Energy Laser Demonstrator (SHiELD) is now slated for 2024, Jeff Heggemeier, Air Force Research Laboratory program manager, told Breaking Defense in an email. Some ground testing will be undertaken between now and then to “ensure system performance.” AFRL originally planned a flight test in 2021; last summer they pushed the date out to 2023.
The number of sexual assaults at the military service academies was lower than the previous academic year, but it likely would have been at least at the same level had schools not sent students home in the fourth quarter due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report.
A new congressionally ordered report into the out-of-pocket costs incurred by service members for uniform items confirms the long-held suspicion of many female troops that they're paying more than their male counterparts—and shows that sometimes the difference is dramatic.
After his aircraft was hit by an enemy mortar round, John Levitow saved his entire aircrew from certain death.