North Korea has begun moving its mid-range missile launchers, possibly indicating a looming test as tensions are already boiling on the peninsula, U.S. officials told Fox News.
Airbus recaptured the aircraft industry’s top spot in the first quarter as U.S. rival Boeing fell behind on orders and grappled with the grounding of its newest jet, the 787 Dreamliner, data from both companies showed on Thursday.
Delta Air Lines has sued the Export-Import Bank of the United States over loan guarantees given to support purchases of Boeing Co’s widebody planes by certain foreign airlines, according to a court filing.
India’s plan to buy 126 fighter jets from Dassault Aviation could be delayed as the two sides struggle to reach an agreement over the role of state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Most of the Air Force’s F-22 fleet has returned to unrestricted flight operations after being limited for nearly a year to flying within 30 minutes of a safe landing area and at lower altitudes because of safety concerns.
The United States said it would soon send a missile defense unit to Guam to defend it from North Korea, as the U.S. military adjusts to what Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called a “real and clear danger” from Pyongyan.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned the military to brace for more belt-tightening April 3 as he conducts a review that could cut the number of generals, pare back the civilian workforce and stem the spiraling cost of new weapons.
Maj. Gen. Ralph Baker, commander of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, was fired March 28, according to a Washington Defense official. The command is headquartered in Djibouti and runs U.S. military operations in East Africa, including some counterterrorism operations.
The Army decides not to award Purple Hearts to those killed and wounded in the Fort Hood shooting. CNN’s Chris Lawrence reports.
The Federal Court of Canada has rubber-stamped an $887-million settlement of a class-action lawsuit involving thousands of disabled veterans. The case involved a three-decade-long federal government practice of clawing back the military pensions of injured soldiers by the amount of disability payments they received.
Astronomers have spotted the furthest supernova ever seen. The Hubble Space Telescope has broken the record in the quest to find the furthest supernova of the type used to measure cosmic distances.
Spiral galaxies, which include our own Milky Way, are some of the most beautiful and photogenic residents of the universe. However, astronomers have until now been baffled by their ‘arms.’
DAVID Cameron put defence at the heart of the independence debate when he said Trident submarines should be replaced, and told workers in Glasgow that separation would put thousands of Scottish jobs at stake.
The armed forces budget is not safe from cuts after 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron has publicly admitted for the first time.
In an article for The Daily Telegraph today, the Prime Minister says that the nuclear threat facing Britain has “increased” since the end of the Cold War and that the country still requires the “ultimate weapon of defense.”
Prime Minister Julia Gillard plans to push the boundaries of military co-operation with the People’s Liberation Army when she arrives in China April 5. In meetings with Chinese leaders, she will advocate a program of joint drills and exchanges that goes beyond what the PLA has done with other Western nations, it is understood.
Australia is expected to decide on the purchase of up to 24 additional Boeing F/A-18 fighter jets by late spring or early summer, according to the U.S. Navy captain who runs the foreign fighter jet sales program on behalf of the Pentagon.
A Russian bomber recently carried out simulated cruise missile attacks on U.S. missile defenses in Asia, raising new questions about Moscow’s goal in future U.S.-Russian defense talks.