President Vladimir Putin says Russia's new weapons have no foreign equivalents and will help ensure the country's security for decades to come.
Putin, speaking during Tuesday's meeting with the top military brass in Moscow, specifically mentioned...
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This week we highlight petitions pending before the Supreme Court that address, among other things, when an “offer to sell” occurs under the Patent Act, the constitutionality of a court-martial of a retired military service member,...
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Moscow is working on a new trick to track American submarines: sonar-equipped robots.
For now, submarines are the most stealthy of military craft, lurking deep and silent in the vast depths of the ocean. But on the horizon...
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Japan will accelerate spending on advanced stealth fighters, long-range missiles and other equipment over the next five years to support U.S. forces facing China's military in the Western Pacific, two new government defense papers said.
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HMEIMIM (Sputnik) - The Russian military police have established themselves as an effective structure in Syria and earned a good reputation among civilians for their peacekeeping efforts, the chief of the main directorate of the Russian Defense...
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DOHA (Sputnik) - Qatar is set to hold a spectacular military parade later on Tuesday on the occasion of its National Day, which will be held under a motto "Qatar Will Remain Free," the Qatari government’s Communications Office told Sputnik.
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President Trump called the Army major a hero and vowed to review the case. To a military law specialist, it looks like "the commander in chief is putting his thumb on the scales of justice."
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Last week something historic happened in the US Senate. For the first time in 45 years, a chamber of the US Congress voted to pull US forces from a military conflict under the 1973 War Powers...
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WikiLeaks has offered to sue anti-Trump neoconservative provocateur and former conservative UK MP, Louise Mensch, after she tweeted that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden "committed espionage of military secrets under Putin's direct...
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Tensions between Israel and Lebanon have been boiling in the past month, with Tel Aviv accusing the Lebanon-based political and militant group Hezbollah of digging cross-border tunnels with the aim of infiltrating the Jewish state.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Masoud Barzani, the former president of the autonomous Kurdistan region in Iraq, on Monday met with Brett McGurk, the US special presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat the Daesh* terrorist group, Barzani's office...
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Department of Defense has received the Russian proposal on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty discussion by military experts and will respond as appropriate, the Pentagon spokesman told Sputnik on Monday.
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Over the weekend, US military airstrikes in Somalia targeted an al-Shabaab base near the capital, Mogadishu, killing at least 62 militants, according to Somali officials and intelligence sources.
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CNN host Jake Tapper slammed Donald Trump after he “inserted himself” into a military ruling on a Green Beret charged with killing a man linked to the Taliban in Afghanistan — and used the exact words from a Fox &...
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France agreed Monday to a new military framework with Burkina Faso that would speed engagement of its forces to fight Islamist militants in a northern border region of Burkina where there has been a spike in violence.
The arid Sahel region is...
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The kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Monday denounced a pair of resolutions passed by the Senate last week that rebuked the Arab kingdom over its military campaign in Yemen and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, labeling the resolutions an attempt...
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Every year around Christmas time, Salvation Army volunteers show up across America. Every year, a number of them are serving members of the military. And every year some serious constitutional lines get crossed, also damaging the military’s...
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