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NATO Leader Highlights Programs to Increase Defense, Deterrence

NATO defense ministers accelerated work on resourcing new defense plans and strengthening the transatlantic defense industrial base, the alliance’s secretary general said.

Defense Department Releases Companion Video for CMMC Public Comment Period

DOD released a detailed video that explains the nuances, complexities and importance of the recently published proposed rule for its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.

NATO Ministers to Discuss Ukraine, Spending, Deterrence at Brussels Meeting

NATO ministers will also review new alliance defense plans that are being tested in Exercise Steadfast Defender, the largest exercise in decades.

Austin Affirms U.S.-Led Coalition Stands With Ukraine

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III affirmed the unwavering resolve among the U.S. and its partners in support of Ukraine during a meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group.

Austin Released From Hospital Today

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III was released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., after having been admitted over the weekend.

Top Space Force General Says Guardian Ethos Is Key to Meeting Future Demands

The drive and determination among guardians will continue to define the nation’s newest military service as it meets the demands of the future, the chief of space operations said.

Air Force to Re-Introduce Warrant Officer Rank, Other Major Changes

The Air Force plans to introduce two dozen changes specifically designed to prepare the service for strategic power challenges from competitors like China and Russia. 

Special Ops Command Sees Change in Mission as a Return to Roots

U.S. Special Operations Command leaders see the current move to integrate the command into great power competition as a return to its roots.