Army's Ann Cataldo: Foreign Military Sales of US-Made Combat Vehicles, Tanks to Remain Stable
Army's Ann Cataldo: Foreign Military Sales of US-Made Combat Vehicles, Tanks to Remain Stable

Ann Cataldo, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for defense exports and cooperation, has said foreign military sales of U.S. combat vehicles and tanks will be stable and continue to expand globally, particularly in the U.S. Central Command area of operations, amid international conflicts and tensions. read more...


Hill AFB F-16s Enter Last Deployment for NATO Training Program
Hill AFB F-16s Enter Last Deployment for NATO Training Program

The U.S. Air Force's F-16 aircraft and airmen from Hill Air Force Base are on their last deployment as part of the annual NATO Tactical Leadership Program for joint training on air defense with NATO allies. read more...


Marine Corps Eyes Higher Lethality, Survivability With Updated M2A1 Machine Gun
Marine Corps Eyes Higher Lethality, Survivability With Updated M2A1 Machine Gun

The M2A1 .50-caliber machine gun that the Marine Corps Systems Command has deployed to Marines as an update to the legacy M2 machine gun works to boost warfighter survivability and lethality. read more...


Air Force Opens New Cyberspace Threat Intelligence Center
Air Force Opens New Cyberspace Threat Intelligence Center

The U.S. Air Force has opened the new Cyberspace Threat Intelligence Center at Joint Base San Antonio that will work to support the Defensive Cyberspace Operations community and provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services as part of military cyberspace operations. read more...


Lockheed F-35 Logistics System Update OK for Air Force, Navy
Lockheed F-35 Logistics System Update OK for Air Force, Navy

Lockheed Martin's updated Autonomic Logistics Information System for the F-35 has been cleared for installation for U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy F-35 sites, with updates designed to support forward operations and sustainment. read more...


James Mattis, Rex Tillerson, Dan Coats, Joe Dunford Brief Congress on North Korea Policy Review
James Mattis, Rex Tillerson, Dan Coats, Joe Dunford Brief Congress on North Korea Policy Review

Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joe Dunford briefed lawmakers at the White House on the results of a review that President Donald Trump ordered regarding U.S. policy on matters concerning North Korea. read more...


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