Low-yield nuclear weapons, which are a focus of the new U.S. nuclear strategy, are just as destructive as atomic bombs dropped over Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II.
The 2018 Nuclear Posture Review outlines an increased nuclear threat environment since the last NPR was created in 2010 by the Obama administration and reverses key provisions that were outlined eight years ago.
The 2018 Nuclear Posture Review outlines an increased nuclear threat environment since the last NPR was created in 2010 by the Obama administration and reverses key provisions that were outlined eight years ago.read more
WASHINGTON - The surprise military attacks by the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese people's army against the South Vietnamese army, U.S. forces and their allies became known as the Tet Offensive. The events of the deadly Tet Offensive that changed the Vietnam War...
WASHINGTON - The surprise military attacks by the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese people's army against the South Vietnamese army, U.S. forces and their allies became known as the Tet Offensive. The events of the deadly Tet Offensive that changed the Vietnam War...read more
From swarming drones to plants that communicate with satellites, an obscure military agency called DARPA is studying the environment for inspiration in future military technologies.read more
The 2018 Nuclear Posture Review lays out the necessity of “flexible” nuclear capabilities in order to create “tailored” strategies for specific nuclear threats.read more
The State Department feels U.S. interests are being represented on the Korean Peninsula, despite the fact that the Trump administration has not yet nominated an ambassador.read more
If the United States moved forward with President Donald Trump’s plan to build a 355-ship Navy, how long would it take to get there? And, how much would it cost?
Former Secretaries of State warn North Korean nuclear proliferation is the greatest longterm threat to the United States
Pentagon officials are worried that recent military action by Turkey in Syria is going to distract focus away from the US-led coalition’s fight against ISIS.
Accidents in the Pacific caused the death of 20 sailors in 2017. Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations briefed house members on two readiness reviews during a House Armed Services subcommittee hearing last week.
As tensions with North Korea continue to intensify, lawmakers call for military-to-military communications. Without this information exchange, Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., warns, miscommunications could have tragic results.
WASHINGTON - With tech giants cracking down on terrorist content, lawmakers and experts fear extremists may simply move to smaller platforms to continue spreading their propaganda and recruiting new members. “We have been successful in taking [terrorist content] off...
WASHINGTON- As U.S. military presence in African nations slowly increases, American troops are more likely to confront child soldiers, an encounter they might not be prepared for. Child soldiers are underage individuals directly taking part in hostilities, either on...
If the Senate does not pass a short-term spending bill by midnight on Friday, the government will be shut down for the first time since 2013. Here is how the shutdown will affect the Department of Defense.
Trump’s frequent interactions with Taiwan might not be as ignorant as it seems, potentially using the “One China Policy” to bargain with China economically and politically.