When Army Gen.
- Mar. 11, 2014
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When Army Gen.
A Pentagon research team is studying the body movements of Russian President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders to better predict their actions and guide U.S. policy, Pentagon documents and interviews show.
You're a 16th century German prince plotting to crush a peasant rebellion, or perhaps you're leading an army against the Ottoman Empire or looking to settle the score with a rival nobleman. What's a guy looking for a tactical edge to do?
The Army will request money to buy 100 new UH-72 Lakota Light Utility Helicopters in the fiscal 2015 budget, Army and civilian officials say.
At this year's annual Army symposium, the doom and gloom of last year has been replaced by a new message.
A military and national security establishment increasingly dependent on 'big data' analysis and technology risks 'potentially crippling security violations' from outdated and inadequate software, according to a recently released Pentagon document.
The Army is planning to buy new transport ships to replace dozens of its decades-old fleet of watercraft.
There was a singular moment late last year during a briefing for senior Army leaders on the service's just-concluded yearly war game when one general laid out the future challenges facing the force.
Be prepared to embrace the suck if your Common Access Card gets lost or stolen.
Western militaries may lose access to critical materials needed for weapons and other systems, because of the growing demand for new technologies, questionable supply lines and production in unfriendly or dangerous countries, NATO documents show.
The case of an American citizen and suspected member of al-Qaida who is allegedly planning attacks on U.S. targets overseas underscores the complexities of President Obama's new stricter targeting guidelines for the use of deadly drones.
Researchers say they have found a way to fight the leading cause of death on the battlefield — bleed-outs — using sterile pellet-shaped sponges that can quickly plug wounds.
The Army’s latest Cyber Command projections show that building a new headquarters on Fort Gordon will cost more than $225 million in construction and renovations, which officials said could include expanding parts of the National Security Agency’s complex.
The first Stryker combat vehicles are arriving at Fort Carson as one the post's brigades begins its conversion from tanks to vehicles designed to deploy quickly and take over some of the roles of tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles.
Revelations of National Security Agency surveillance programs have prompted state lawmakers around the United States to propose bills to curtail the powers of law enforcement to monitor and track citizens.
A flurry of new reports from major technology companies show that the U.S. government collects customer information on tens of thousands of Americans every six months as part of secret national security investigations.
The Army is testing a fire control system that turns an average shooter into a deadly sniper in a matter of minutes.
Military science is close to completing its most epic and delicious quest yet — to put pizza in a Meal, Ready to Eat.
The Army plans a $4.6 million system at Joint Base Lewis-McChord to help monitor helicopters that fly below 500 feet — under the radar.
Taken separately, several speeches, briefings and interviews conducted by Army leadership over the past two weeks don't necessarily look like anything special.
A Navy admiral is the apparent choice to be the next chief of the troubled National Security Agency, which was rocked by former analyst Edward Snowden's disclosures of its secret surveillance programs that collect phone and Internet data around the world
A U.S. cargo ship prepared to sail Monday on a mission to destroy dozens of containers of deadly chemical weapons being removed from Syria as part of international efforts to dismantle that country's poison gas and nerve agent program.
The U.S. government is looking at ways to prevent anyone from spying on its own surveillance of Americans' phone records.
Experts on China's Navy are sounding cautionary tones after news surfaced last week that China is reportedly constructing a second aircraft carrier.
Researchers are closing in on the final steps of a new system to analyze human DNA in 90 minutes, according to interviews with Pentagon and industry officials.