President Donald J. Trump attended Memorial Day ceremonies at Fort McHenry in Baltimore and at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia to pay tribute to those who fought and died to keep Americans free.
This Memorial Day weekend, although the cemeteries may remain silent, the ultimate sacrifice that was paid by the men and women buried in the nation's cemeteries around the world will not be forgotten.
The Army and Navy have combined their medical and manufacturing expertise to support the production and delivery of 3D-printed nasal swabs required for COVID-19 testing.
The USS Pinckney, with an embarked Coast Guard law enforcement team, seized an estimated 3,000 pounds of cocaine, worth more than $28 million in wholesale value in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
In April, the Defense Department's chief information officer said some of the tools and infrastructure put in place to support the rise of telework due to COVID-19 might remain after the pandemic subsides. Now, department leaders say, it is possible telework itself may live on.
Automated supply-and-demand data on personal protective equipment needed in the COVID-19 response is giving Defense Department officials a unified picture of stock levels and requirements across DOD and federal agencies, a Defense Logistics Agency official said.
While the U.S. Cyber Command's mission has evolved over the last decade, defense of the nation in cyberspace remains as important as ever.
In every domain where the U.S. military once went unchallenged, newcomers hope to usurp its long-held dominance. Less well-known are new challengers in the electromagnetic spectrum, a Defense Department official said.
Dover Air Force Base, Delaware will be the home for one of the leading assets in the battle against COVID-19 — the transport isolation system.
The Defense Department is shifting the way it goes about buying microelectronics and ensuring they are secure to use.
The Defense Department renamed its award recognizing exceptional sexual assault response coordinators in honor of Elizabeth "Liz" Blanc, who died in March after battling cancer.
The Army’s 1st Medical Brigade out of Fort Hood, Texas is on the cutting edge when it comes to protecting citizens, this time in response to COVID-19.
President Donald J. Trump announced Army Gen. Gustave F. Perna will co-lead an effort, dubbed Operation Warp Speed, to find a vaccine for COVID-19 by January 2021.
Defense leaders presented the Space Force flag to President Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office. The flag of the newly created armed service will hang alongside those of the other military services at the White House.
While these are challenging times, NATO nations do not face these problems alone, the chairman of NATO's Military Committee said at a virtual briefing.
Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman Ramón "CZ" Colón-López and U.S. Transportation Command's senior enlisted leader, Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Jason France, shed some light on moving in the time of COVID-19 during a virtual town hall meeting.
NATO was created to deal with crises, and the alliance continues as the world faces the coronavirus pandemic, said the chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Brussels.
Special operations forces will remain an integral part of the nation's solutions to top strategic problems, but they will change, the commander of U.S. Special Operations Command said.
Partnership is the lifeblood of special operations forces, King Abdullah II of Jordan told the attendees of the National Defense Industrial Association's virtual conference.
The Army technology that's used to root out terrorism threats is now being deployed to help monitor the spread of COVID-19.