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Military leaders from China and Russia armies are becoming more friendly with each other.
A top Navy official says the service is close to awarding another multibillion-dollar contract to Falls Church, Va.-based General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman for more Virginia class submarines.
A former State Department employee has been sentenced after a probe revealed he snooped on presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain passports.
The U.S. Army hasn't even rolled out its new protective system for armored vehicles, but the Russians have already countered it.
Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding held an authentication ceremony for the USS Arlington, the Navy's eighth amphibious transport dock ship.
U.S. Army combat aviation brigade will be sent to Afghanistan in the spring as part of a buildup of forces to counter rising insurgent violence.
Letters containing a strange substance have been received all over the country."
What's going to happen to the military's efforts to replenish it's aerial refueling tankers. Northrop Grumman wants the Obama administration to revive the procurement process, which has been stuck for months.
Iran is no longer actively supplying Iraqi militias with a particularly lethal kind of roadside bomb, a decision that suggests a strategic shift by the Iranian leadership, U.S. and Iraqi authorities said Thursday.