The recently departed under secretary pushed through some of the most significant diversity and equity efforts at the Defense Department.
There’s little hope this year for efforts by progressives and a handful of Republicans to rein in military spending, congressional sources and experts say.
Aviation enthusiasts captured the communications as Air Force pilots destroyed the much-ballyhooed balloon.
The Pentagon said the balloon was carrying sensors and surveillance equipment, but China has maintained that the balloon was used mainly for meteorological research.
Nine military officers who worked at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana have been diagnosed with blood cancer. One has died.
The latest tranche of assistance will include for the first time Bradley armored vehicles for Ukraine.
Despite the danger, the U.S. "will continue to fly, sail and operate at sea and in international airspace," vowed America's Indo-Pacific Joint Force in a statment.
American pilot was forced to take "evasive" action to avoid a collision, officials revealed.
He wanted thousands of National Guard troops to shield him and supporters from any imagined "threat from left-wing counterprotesters," according to testimony.
The Jan. 6 House select committee's report details how military leaders came to fear the ex-president would misuse troops in an attempt to cling to power.