Marine Corps investigate crash of fighter jet in San Diego
Residents are escorted by a Marine Corps and San Diego police officers from their home on December 9, 2008, near the scene of the crash of a Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet fighter jet in a San Diego neighborhood on December 8, 2008, killing two adults and two children. The pilot ejected safely after trying to guild the stricken jet into a near by canyon. (UPI Photo/Earl S. Cryer)
Insitu Inc.'s RQ-21A small tactical unmanned aircraft system for the U.S. military has entered a new phase of development testing.
The U.S. Navy has given the Boeing Bell alliance as $6.5 billion contract to produce and deliver 99 V-22 tilt-rotor Osprey aircraft.
The U.S. Marine Corps has put General Dynamics Land Systems' Marine Personnel Carrier through its paces to test critical vehicle features.
Chile will buy surplus U.S. stock of a dozen AAV7 armored amphibious vehicles for its new sea-borne Amphibious Expeditionary Brigade, defense industry media reported.
A reward has been offered for information about a $10,000 communion chalice stolen from a North Carolina military chapel, officials said.
Sen. John McCain told the top U.S. military chiefs he could not advise women to join the service with a sexual-assault scourge the military has not contained.
Five Marine Corps staff sergeants in California face dismissal after being convicted of fraternizing with a female lance corporal, military officials said.
Four production-representative CH-53 Super Stallion heavy-lift helicopters are being built by Sikorsky Aircraft for U.S. Marine Corps operational testing.
The top U.S. military leaders told Congress of concerns about bills that would revamp military law by removing sexual assault cases from commanders.
Tampa, Fla., socialite Jill Kelley says in a lawsuit the government knowingly libeled her in the affair that led to David Petraeus' resignation as CIA director.