Sexual harassment in the Army Pentagon report: Officials acknowledge that gender bias impedes ability to defend.
Canadians taking lead in mine fight United States 'miffed' as nation to north forms coalition against weapon
Military warns of F-22 delays Pentagon battling $500 million cut in budget for plane; Defense
U.S. advisers to Salvador army press for recognition as fighters Badge is denied to GIs who fought, even died
Whistle-blowers need stronger protection
Defense merger anxiety grows Some critics worry that surviving giants will turn less thrifty; Would security suffer?; Perhaps mighty mites might nudge Raytheon, Boeing and Lockheed; Defense industry
Aircraft debate takes off Projects: Congress is attempting to decide which military aircraft programs deserve funding. At stake are millions of dollars and thousands of jobs.; Defense industry
Stealth warship springs a leak with Congress Futuristic Arsenal Ship with its 1,000 missiles strikes fiscal iceberg; A dead admiral's pet project; Fleet of 6 was sought, but Navy will be lucky to test a single one
Deal seems likely to receive favorable, rigorous review Antitrust analysts expect officials 'to make sure they get it right'
Judge rejects policy on gays Military's 'don't ask, don't tell' is ruled unconstitutional; An appeal is likely; Decision in N.Y. has implications beyond armed forces
Competition, survival are keys to approval Conditions differ in retail, defense fields; Regulation
Air Force says 'space aliens' at Roswell were test dummies 'Case Closed' report is unlikely to satisfy believers in UFOs
Naval Academy basically sound, board reports Panel finds no 'systemic problems' behind scandals
The commander in chief can't command
Cohen sees no 'witch hunt' Pentagon isn't fishing for sexual misconduct, defense chief says
Pentagon wish list favors weapons Much criticized report offers blueprint of an industry's future; There are no corporate losers; Missile defenses, Joint Strike Fighter among big winners
Pentagon plans to cut 20,000 jobs at NSA, 23 other agencies, offices Action part of bid to drop 150,000 to 175,000 workers from defense payroll
All-star critics shoot down Pentagon's 4-year wish list Costly arms favored over people, they say
FORMER NSA PERSONNEL CHIEF ALLEGES AGE, SEX DISCRIMINATION IN FEDERAL LAWSUIT; 35-YEAR VETERAN SEEKS $300,000 AND BACK PAY
Powell says U.S. troops took all needed precautions in gulf Retired general says he got no data on where nerve gas was stored
Shift military support jobs to civilians, close inefficient facilities, GAO urges Pentagon would use savings to procure high-tech weapons
Merger subsidies inder attack Are payments crucial for efficiency, or just 'payoffs for layoffs'?
Civilians turning to positioning devices Applications of GPS go beyond military
Others at APG allegedly coerced Woman who accuses Army of threats says many more affected
U.S. manuals taught murder, Kennedy says Allies trained in use of torture in 1980s
At the academy's helm Superintendent: Adm. Charles R. Larson could have retired in 1994 after a distinguished naval career. Instead, he returned to Annapolis to resurrect his beloved Naval Academy.
Pentagon loses gulf war data Gone: 80% of records on U.S. troop contact with chemical arms; Move, computers get blame; Senators criticize Defense Department handling of issue
New fighters to cost more, Congress told 'Dramatic' changes in Pentagon budget may be indicated; Updating an aging fleet; Congressional Budget Office puts tab at $350 billion; DEFENSE
U.S. study questions budget for warplanes Weldon of Pa. plans discussion today of 'major problems'
Helping defense firms go civilian Two state programs finance transition for promising companies
Fighters fly close to jetliner off O.C. 2nd incident prompts Air Force to curtail training off East Coast
Lockheed Martin secures contract Air Force awards bomb guidance pact worth $500 million
An astute politician takes command at the Pentagon Cohen succeeds a respected manager
Jane's: a reading arsenal Books: No military goes to war without consulting Jane's publications, which describe the ships, planes and land weapons of armies worldwide.
Congress hot on the tail of F-22 fighter $15 billion overrun, Pentagon cuts peril Lockheed's super jet; Made in Gingrich's district; Stealth tactical fighter is competing against other fighter projects
Crossover uses sought in defense projects Technology usable by business as well as military encouraged
Vindication at last for gulf war veterans Pentagon admissions give ill Marylanders hope of explanation
Newest defense merger is a dangerous thing Boeing-McDonnell Douglas deal gives arms lobby more clout
Boeing aftershocks More mergers likely, but of second-tier defense companies; A shrinking industry; Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Hughes may need partners
Boeing raises aerial profile Merger strengthens production, tightens race for military pacts
Boeing as No. 1 Aerospace consolidation: Lockheed Martin remains as its chief U.S. competitor.
Armed forces are becoming smart shoppers No longer is price taking a back seat to function; A cultural revolution; Contractors are judged in terms of providing most for fixed amount
VA criticized for ignoring vets' reports Agency doctors testify they believed Pentagon
Military ignored chemical reports, specialists testify Detections of toxic agents near troops in Kuwait said to be verified
Making firewall fit the world Trusted's RecoverKey called a compromise with the government; 'Universal' encryption aim; Glenwood engineer turns NSA experience into thriving business
Cohen adept at bridging parties Next Pentagon chief has long history as a Republican apart
Albright for State Cohen for Defense; Foreign policy team: A woman at Foggy Bottom, a Republican at the Pentagon.
Persian Gulf combat records show gaps, Pentagon officials say Logs missing of time when U.S. troops might have faced chemical arms
Powell backs probe of vets' ailments Retired general wants U.S. 'to get to bottom'