Boeing has been awarded a $416 million contract modification to produce three P8-A Poseidon aircraft for the U.S. Navy, a Department of Defense press release said
A desire to enter heaven together motivated three Indonesian women to join their husbands in forcing their children to carry out suicide attacks
U.S. forces conducted an airstrike in Somalia, killing 10 militants associated with al-Shabaab, the Somali-led affiliate of al-Qaeda, U.S. Africa Command said
After years of research and testing, multipurpose unmanned ground vehicles are finally being accepted for service alongside Russia’s troops.
Kazakhstan has ordered a new batch of Sukhoi Su-30 fighter jets from Russia's United Aircraft Corporation, the company's president said
The first of 25 new Commando Merlin helicopters designed for Royal Marine aircraft carrier operations has been delivered
Another French jihadist allegedly involved in attacks in France, Adrien Guihal, was arrested by a special unit of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in northern Syria
North Korea demolished its only known nuclear weapons test-site at Punggye-ri, according to the government and journalists who reported explosions used to collapse and seal the site’s underground tunn
Investigators probing the 2014 downing of flight MH17 said for the first time that the missile which brought down the plane over eastern Ukraine came from a Russian military brigade
Taiwan has received permission from a Dutch ship-building firm on May 23 to upgrade and modernize two of its aging submarines, the Ministry of National Defense said.
China will not be participating in the biennial RIMPAC, or Rim of the Pacific Exercise, this year, after being disinvited, a Pentagon spokesperson said