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The US military is buying Israel’s battle-proven Iron Dome that destroys rockets. Here’s how it works
The US just purchased the Iron Dome missile defense system, which Israel already uses as a powerful defense against rocket and mortar attacks.
Raytheon and United Technologies are planning a merger that would create a $120 billion American aerospace and defense juggernaut
If approved, the deal would make a one-stop shop for Patriot and Tomahawk missiles and Pratt & Whitney F-35 fighter-jet engines.
From iPhones to fighter jets: Here’s a list of American products that could be affected if China banned rare-earth metal exports to the US as a ...
A Chinese ban on rare-earth exports to the US could cripple the US tech, defense, and energy industries, whose supply chains rely on the minerals.
US B-52 bombers are getting new ‘eyes’ that will make them deadlier than ever and keep them lethal for decades
US Air Force B-52s are expected to receive a major radar upgrade that will allow it to engage the enemy in new ways, such as maritime strike.
The US Navy just turned the future guns of its new Ford-class supercarriers on a drone in a landmark live-fire test
Raytheon and the US Navy blasted a drone out of the sky in the first live-fire test of the USS Gerald R. Ford supercarrier's future self-defense system.
Trump’s new defense chief’s history as a Boeing executive is raising concerns, but he’s not the only one with deep military-industri...
It's not uncommon for former executives at defense firms to hold top Pentagon jobs, but Trump's picks have drawn extra scrutiny.
The US Army is searching for a new combat vehicle to defeat the toughest adversaries — here are 3 leading possibilities
The Army is chasing a next-generation combat vehicle to replace the Bradley fighting vehicle. Take a look at what might be replacing it.
Trump signed the deal and said, in part, that it will "help our Saudi friends to get a good deal from our great American defense companies."
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