North Korea said on March 29 that the U.N. Security Council showed a double standard as its sanctions committee criticized the country's recent missile test as a violation of U.N. resolutions.
‘We’re Looked at as Pioneers’: New Space Force Guardians from Yokota Air Base, Japan, Will Depart for Other Bases
Newly minted Space Force Guardians won’t be sticking around at the home of U.S. Forces Japan in western Tokyo.
How strategically important is space, beyond spy and communications satellites? This opinion piece by Hoss Cartwright, former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and former Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James, makes it pretty clear they believe the new service will play a key role for both the military and the commercial world in the future as they grapple with the challenges of the vast possible riches of commerce in space.
The advanced research office is preparing a solicitation for novel research into In Pixel Intelligent Processing as the next breakthrough in artificial intelligence.
The U.S. Air Force has already established pockets of zero trust in some of its programs, but there’s still a ways to go before the full zero trust vision is achieved, according to the service’s chief information officer.
As the U.S. military reckons with how to improve its approach to diversity and inclusion, a panel of former military leaders and government officials on March 26 shared ways to tackle the problem in a small but strategically important force: special operations.
“Hypersonic weapons could dramatically change the balance of conventional military power between the United States and its major competitors, Russia and China,” writes Dan Gouré, vice president at the public-policy research think tank Lexington Institute.
Did a military mascot gain control of the U.S. Strategic Command Twitter account or has someone inadvertently released the launch code for a nuclear weapon? These were among the questions asked by commenters after the command, at 8:48 a.m. Monday, tweeted the sequence ";l;;gmlxzssaw."