Flights of all F-35 fighter planes were suspended Friday by the Pentagon after a routine check exposed a crack on a turbine
A contract to review the costs of Canada's fighter jet replacement program has been awarded to the audit firm KPMG, the federal
A top Conservative MP responsible for military procurement insists the Conservative government did not mislead Canadians
Production of early models of the F-35 Lightning II should slow down to help reduced costs after potential cracks and "hot
If the U.S Congress' does not reach a deal to lift the debt ceiling once more before the 2012 elections, the automatic budget cuts to defense that would follow could have a serious impact on agreements and relations with Canada.
With our combat role in Afghanistan a thing of history, there's a feeling that Ottawa (i.e. the Harper government and most politicians) want to wash their hands of the military. Bring the boys and gals home, leave a token force there, and forget about 'em.