Perhaps now is the right time to slow down and develop a legal framework for the use of robotic weapons. It would be better to have this framework in place.
The ease by which state-sponsored cyberattacks can be launched on targets thousands of miles from home is a game-changer.
South Korea and the U.S. will conduct annual joint military exercises despite warnings from North Korea that the drills could derail fragile nuclear diplomacy.
To evaluate military effectiveness, should there be a strategy or an articulated list of attainable objectives? An expert offers his take on the topic.
For 12 years, Israel has maintained a blockade over the Gaza Strip, seeking to weaken the territory's militant Hamas rulers. And for 12 years, Hamas has remained firmly in power, developing a thriving homegrown weapons industry along the way.
The new U.S. Space Command will, at least for now, call Colorado Springs home and Air Force Gen. Jay Raymond will lead it while keeping his title as boss of Air Force Space Command.
The Pentagon on Tuesday unveiled details of the $750 billion national defense budget that the Trump administration has asked Congress to pass.
House Democrats Press U.S. Military About How It Is Screening For White Nationalism And Other Extremism In The Ranks
Democrats: Incidents in which U.S. troops have been arrested in cases involving white nationalism is of "significant concern, particularly given their combat and weapons training."
Examining why some veterans often feel awkward and uncomfortable when someone says "Thank you for your service." Where does that uneasiness come from?
In the military, toxicity involves abusive servicemembers who are petty, arrogant, self-aggrandizing, and unconcerned about the morale of their subordinates.