United States Department of Defense
The service academy football teams are preparing to play this weekend’s scheduled games while still facing some uncertainty because of the partial government shutdown.
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin visited Fort Meade to address the furloughs that went into effect last month.
A Defense Department school that teaches service members to be journalists and spokespersons is honoring two notable graduates.
In wake of two accidents that claimed the lives of two Navy divers and one civilian, the Aberdeen Test Center Underwater Explosion Test Facility has been closed indefinitely for all military and civilian dive operations.
The Defense Department is finalizing policies that will determine what the military can do in the event of a cyberattack as the government figures out who should have the power to shut down computer networks seized by an enemy nation, terrorist group or criminal hacker.
Troops killed in the deadliest day of the Afghan war are coming home Tuesday — traveling in death much the same way they did in life — shrouded in secrecy.
Hackers launched a “significant and tenacious” cyber attack on Lockheed Martin, a major defense
contractor holding highly sensitive information, but its secrets remained safe, the company said Saturday.
The U.S. Naval Academy has expelled an eighth midshipman for using or possessing synthetic marijuana, and the superintendent says an investigation into its use at the school is ongoing.