Not all bad, experts say: statutory budget caps keep the brake on defense spending.
Brexit, the UK’s possible departure from the European Union, could cause global firms, particularly defense industries, to scale back business.
Arms are likely headed to Yemen despite a UN embargo, the USS Theodore Roosevelt is headed there too.
Funding restrictions for the planned Navy UCLASS program are specified in the 2015 compromise defense bill over design and mission concerns.
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is on track to conduct trials aboard the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier in November and could be combat ready by mid-2015.
A successful first test of the Hornet’s sensor pod promises to transform air-to-air operations, according to the US Navy.
The House of Representatives passed the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill and it now moves to the Senate for its consideration.
The 2014 defense bill must pass by Dec. 12 to avoid a $50 billion cut hitting the Pentagon mid-January.
The U.S. Naval Institute speculates that the F-35’s computer could fly itself.
The Navy releases a request for information about the generation beyond the Joint Strike Fighter.