The United States regards Article 5 of NATO's founding treaty — which states an attack on one country is an attack on all — as a sacred commitment, President Joe Biden said in Brussels.
The president’s fiscal year 2022 budget request makes key investments that defend our nation while innovating and modernizing, taking care of our warfighters and building strong relationships with our allies and partners alongside other elements of national security.
The Defense Department is committed to working with allies, partners and like-minded nations in the Indo-Pacific and to upholding a free and open region founded on respect for international rules, laws and norms.
The Biden administration's cancellation of border barriers returns $2.2 billion to the Defense Department, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.
Johnnie B. "Dusty" Baker Jr. is well known by baseball fans as a great player and manager, but many people don't know he also served in the Marine Corps, which he recalls as one of the best experiences in his life.
The Defense Department serves as an innovative leader in developing technology to protect all Americans – on and off the battlefield.
Nuclear deterrence remains the Defense Department's highest priority mission, the acting assistant secretary of defense for strategy, plans and capabilities said, adding that more is needed to confront these growing, multifaceted threats.
Air Force Col. William A. Jones III survived intense burns in the skies over Vietnam while trying to save a fellow pilot. He made it home, but tragically, he died doing what he loved the day after he learned he would be getting the Medal of Honor.
Defense intelligence leaders addressed the capabilities and gaps of military intelligence during a hearing before the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Intelligence and Special Operations.
The U.S. Navy has grown into one of the largest and most respected maritime forces in the world since its founding in 1775. Missions are carried out at sea, on land and in the air and the various uniforms reflect that versatility.
Service members train and prepare year-round so when disasters strike, troops are ready to help those in harm's way. Learn how you can prepare, too.
They're not dumb grunts, and hitting the target requires more than good aim. Set your sights on discovering what snipers do, and how they master their essential, exacting, lethal art.
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The Department of Defense provides the military forces needed to deter war and ensure our nation's security.