Gen. John Campbell

Gen. John Campbell Takes ISAF Command Post in Afghanistan; Chuck Hagel Comments

Gen. John Campbell Army Gen. John Campbell has started as commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. He succeeds Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford ...
Skate field test

Mark Cherry: Air Force, Aurora Build Small UAS for Afghanistan ISR

The U.S. Air Force has partnered with Aurora Flight Sciences to develop a small unmanned aircraft system for usage in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in ...
ArmyChopper

Anders Fogh Rasmussen: Afghanistan Must Sign Security Pact with US, NATO

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has called on Afghanistan to sign a defense security agreement with the U.S. and NATO in order to avoid potential training mission setbacks ...
budget analysis review

Gordon Adams: DoD to Face ‘Hard Choices’ With Smaller Overseas Contingency Budget

Some defense industry analysts believe the overseas contingency operations budget will eventually be eliminated as the U.S. moves forward from wartime operations in Afghanistan, Defense ...
Robert Hale

Robert Hale: Pentagon to Need War Budget Even After Troops Leave Afghanistan

Robert Hale The Defense Department will continue to request funding for operations in Afghanistan even after U.S. combat troops return home from that country, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Tony ...
Budget

White House Requests $60B Overseas Contingency Fund for DoD, State Dept.

The administration has submitted an overseas contingency operations spending plan requesting Congress to allot the Defense and State departments a total of $60 billion in 2015 for ...
ArmyChopper

John Campbell Nominated to Lead Allied Forces in Afghanistan

Army Gen. John Campbell has been nominated by President Barack Obama to succeed Gen. Joseph Dunford as the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ...
BlackjackUAS

Marine Corps Launches Insitu-Made Blackjack UAS in Afghanistan

An RQ-21A unmanned aircraft system has been deployed by the U.S. Marine Corps to Afghanistan for an initial operational capability flight, Aviation International News reported Wednesday. Bill ...
MRAP

Report: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan Eye Excess US MRAP Vehicles

India, Pakistan and Afghanistan are all vying to acquire mine resistant ambush protected vehicles the U.S. says it does not need, Defense News reported Tuesday. Jeff Schogol writes ...
ArmyChopper

U.S. to Sell Military Equipment, Hardware to Afghanistan as Troops Prepare for Departure

As U.S. troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, the military is planning to sell used equipment and hardware to nearby countries while also considering the complicated relations in the ...