Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Monday that while the current US administration is friendly toward the Middle Eastern country, Jerusalem does not have a “blank check” from Washington to do as it pleases.
A spokesperson for the US Department of Defense said that the US-led anti-terrorist coalition will assess the recent reports on airstrikes in the Syrian province of Raqqa.
Georgian armed forces will replace Kalashnikov machine guns with US-produced M240 machine guns meeting NATO standards, the press service of the Georgian Defense Ministry said Monday in a statement.
After it was revealed last week that the FBI told UK intelligence services in January about the Manchester bomber’s extremist beliefs and behavior, an internal review will be launched into what information the MI5 had, and whether it acted upon that data appropriately – and in a way that could have prevented the tragedy.
Last week, National Interest contributor Kris Osborn wrote that the US Air Force expects to receive its first hypersonic weapons starting in the mid-2020s, and that by the mid-2040s, the Pentagon may have a hypersonic strike platform at its disposal. Russian military analyst Vladimir Tuchkov explains why these estimates may be a tad overoptimistic.
Russian rocket artillery will completely switch from the Smerch systems to the advanced Tornado-S systems in three years.
Moscow cannot accept South Korea's and potentially Japan's integration into the US global missile defense system, Russia's deputy foreign minister said.
Canberra will send 30 Australian Defence Force (ADF) military advisers to Afghanistan within the framework of a recent NATO request to improve the capabilities of the Afghan security forces, Australian Defense Minister Marise Payne said Monday.
After three cost-cutting attempts by the Pentagon in recent years to axe the A-10 attack aircraft, followed by three refusals from Congress, the beloved warplane has been decreed an asset and will remain in the US military arsenal for the foreseeable future.
United States Homeland Security Director John Kelly says he is now mulling a total ban on all laptops in plane cabins from every international destination into and out of the US.
China's Defense Ministry on Sunday denied intercepting a US Navy surveillance aircraft, saying its fighter jets were verifying the US aircraft and that the operation was lawful, professional and safe.
Russia's Northern Fleet divers have recovered a US Sherman tank with a 76-mm gun from the transport ship Thomas Donaldson, sunk by Nazi sub in Barents Sea in 1945, Russia's Defense Ministry reported on Saturday. This hardware was supplied to the Soviet Union during the Second World War under the Lend-Lease agreement with the US and allies.
US Transportation Command head Gen. Darren McDew has told the Senate Armed Services Committee the US does not have enough ships, aircraft or aerial refueling tankers to transport large amounts of equipment, supplies and manpower in the event of a major war. Military journalist Ilya Plekhanov breaks down McDew's report, and what it means for Russia.
Korean Central Television (KCTV) released a video on Sunday reportedly showing the test of a new anti-aircraft guided weapon system.
Thomas Oppermann warned German intelligence services on Sunday against cooperation with the United States.
It’s starting to get crowded about the South China Sea, and US surveillance planes in the area could result in a civilian air tragedy, a security expert warns.
A federal judge in Washington, DC, has dismissed a lawsuit against former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The US Army has resorted to stripping its foreign stockpiles and using rotational brigade teams as it strives to increase its numbers as a part of US President Donald Trump’s remilitarization ambitions, all the while trying to cut expenses wherever possible.
Three US Marine officers on an official visit to Bogota may face charges after an evening spent drinking and carousing left them drugged, robbed, and in a hospital emergency room.
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