Reeling with productivity losses from the shutdown and facing another sequestration hit, the Pentagon continues with plans to sell $10.8 billion in munitions to Persian Gulf allies.
Congress keeps working. So does the military. So do essential personnel. But otherwise, the federal government is closed.
The White House and key security advisers have security preparations in place for 9/11 anniversaries.
Yeast converts waste to fuel and gives lift-off from Pax River, but a failure to reach audit-readiness brings a rebuke from the Government Accounting Office
Vice Adm. David Dunaway narrates a YouTube video celebrating the 35th anniversary of the F/A-18.
The JSF delays continue, a cheat sheet for the still unfolding Edward Snowden saga and the U.S. continues to excercise restraint in cyber-weaponry.
Congressmen seek end of equal allocations among military branches, call for re-balancing through strategic planning. The Reserves might not survive.
JSF keeps to its growth path even as the FY14 defense budget languishes, the Army looks to even shrink more than previously projected and the Marine Corps looks to reduce forces as well.
China producing competitive UAVs, Asian-Pacific defense budgets growing and terrorists are changing their communication patterns.
Video of the F-35C arriving at Elgin Air Force Base, but the price tag is giving international buyers the jitters. GE Aviation could be cutting costs with its new aircraft engine from a 3D printer.