The US has 5,113 nuclear warheads in its stockpile and "several thousand" more retired warheads awaiting the junkpile, the Pentagon said in an unprecedented accounting of a secretive arsenal born in the Cold War and now shrinking rapidly.
Mesa's aerospace industry got a boost Thursday after Boeing Co. announced that production of its unmanned A160T Hummingbird helicopter has moved to Arizona.
We have been asked why people in high leadership positions in the U.S. military would exhibit such an anti-Christian bias toward Christian believers, and especially to a particular segment of those who believe in a literal return of Jesus Christ.
On April 17, the Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky, reported on a military exercise dubbed “Mangudai,” named after the special forces of Genghis Khan’s Mongol army who could fight for days without food or sleep.
President Obama will decide whether to deploy a new class of weapons capable of reaching any corner of the earth from the US in under an hour and with such accuracy and force that they would greatly diminish America’s reliance on its nuclear arsenal.
Thirty try to commit suicide each day, on average, reports the Army Times. Eighteen succeed, roughly five of whom receive medical care from Veterans Affairs, rated one of the best health programs in the country.
If the military knew whom they serve and their Oath is a fraud, how many would continue their dishonorable behavior? Who will tell them the truth?
The United States Air Force plans to launch its first robotic X-37B space plane on a 9 month mission that is a forerunner of things to come. A second mini-space plane is already under contract and is projected to be launched next year.
Karen U. Kwiatkowski is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. (Also of note: Karen was in the Pentagon on 9/11-2001)
School lunches have been called many things, but a group of retired military officers is labeling them a national security threat. School lunches have made the nation's young people so fat that fewer of them can meet the military's physical fitness s
Major Brian L. Stuckert in no uncertain terms has declared that those who believe in “Dispensational Millennialism” to be the enemies of America and totally unsuitable to serve in a leadership capacity in the U.S. military.
[and who do you think will get priority on the remaining oil?] The US military has warned that surplus oil production capacity could disappear within two years and there could be serious shortages by 2015 with significant political impact.
An Army doc who refuses to go to Afghanistan until President Obama produces a birth certificate will face court-martial. Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, a decorated military man could face a dishonorable discharge for failing to obey orders,
NOTE: When I first saw this, I was wondering if I had 10 minutes to spare for the first part. After I started watching, that 10 and the next went by very fast. Gripping.] This is very unnerving, landing with deck pitching 30 feet in either direction
Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq on June 7th 2006 saying, "participation would make me a party to war crimes". Today we interview his father Bob Watada to get 'the rest of the story'.
Senior leaders in the interim government of Kyrgyzstan that took power last week are accusing the US of allowing family members of the ousted president, to enrich themselves with contracts supplying fuel to Manas Air Base outside the Kyrgyz capital.
The following resolution was passed by those who were in attendance at the Unregistered Baptist Fellowship meeting in Garfield Heights, Ohio, on March 27, 2010.
Deception employed here is not a rare, unexpected development, but is instead a designed feature of how our Joint Special Operations Command forces operate under the command of General Stanley McChrystal
Amid confusion over the rise in defence cuts, I was surprised to learn that the UK has one of the biggest military budgets in the world - nearly £40bn ($60 bn) in 2008. But I was less surprised to see who had the biggest.
Aims to bolster allies' defenses against Iran
It would then indicate the shooter’s position. HALTT, Dugan said, “would make it very dangerous to shoot at U.S. forces — because the first shot may very well be the adversary’s last.”
"Our military, in certain limited ways, has been working with the Mexican military in their efforts against the drug cartels" inside Mexico, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told NPR's Robert Siegel this morning.
The F-35 is in big trouble. Defense Secretary Gates told Congress its recent cost and schedule snafus were "unacceptable." While the Pentagon is not about to kill the program, the rush to push the plane down the assembly line and into the skies highl
NORFOLK, Va. - A group of U.S. senators has raised concern that the use of antidepressants and other prescription drugs for treatment of mental disorders is on the rise in the military, particularly among troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Sen. Jim W
At least one in six service members is on some form of psychiatric drug. And many troops are taking more than one kind, mixing several pills in daily “cocktails” — for example, an antidepressant with an antipsychotic to prevent nightmares, plus an an
The U.S. military is growing increasingly concerned that proposed wind farms can disrupt or block radar designed to detect threats and protect America's skies, a problem that is stalling the alternative energy projects around the country.
Trainers hope the switch will better prepare soldiers physically for the pace of combat, with its sudden dashes and rolling gun battles. They also want to toughen recruits who are often more familiar with Facebook than fistfights.
The Rapid City Police Department says Newsome, an aircraft armament system craftsman who spent 9 years in the Air Force, was not cooperative when they showed up at her home in November with an arrest warrant for her partner, who was wanted on theft c
"John Patrick Bedell, 36, of Hollister, Calif., was identified as the shooter. Officials said they'd found no immediate connection to terrorism but had not ruled it out. Signs emerged that Bedell harbored ill feelings toward the government and the
John Simpson said the Fallujah hospital's maternity ward is "absolutely packed" with babies suffering from congenital heart defects. He says he was shown a picture of a three-headed baby, and saw children suffering from paralysis and brain damage.