Boeing needs more Chinook, Osprey orders to keep Delco helicopter assembly lines running

Boeing Corp.'s top helicopter officials say the company needs more orders, or it will have to plan for the closing of the two main assembly lines at its Ridley Park complex along the Delaware River, the largest heavy-manufacturing employer in the Philadelphia area.

Jill Biden to promote women, youth on trip to Mideast, North Africa, Europe

Jill Biden will promote empowerment for women and young people — and attend a Jordanian royal wedding — during an upcoming trip to the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.

Revival of Air Force program lets enlistees try to turn bum assignment into plum assignment

For airmen headed to the wind-swept plains of Minot Air Force Base, N.D., or middle of nowhere New Mexico for a tour at Cannon Air Force Base, not all hope is lost.

Hyundai and LG announce $4.3 billion plant in Georgia to build batteries for electric vehicles

Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution announced Thursday they will build a $4.3 billion electric battery plant as part of Hyundai’s new electric vehicle assembly plant in southeast Georgia.

US, Chinese trade officials express concern about each other's restrictions

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and her Chinese counterpart, Wang Wentao, expressed concern Thursday about policies of each other's governments following Chinese raids on consulting firms and U.S. curbs on exports of semiconductor technology, their governments said.

Texas lawmakers issue 20 articles of impeachment against state Attorney General Ken Paxton

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton teetered on the brink of impeachment Thursday after years of scandal, criminal charges and corruption accusations that the state’s Republican majority had largely met with silence until now.

10 facing possible prosecution after death of Navy SEAL candidate Kyle Mullen during ‘Hell Week’

Ten people, including two high-ranking Navy SEALs, may be prosecuted for their roles in the death of Kyle Mullen, a SEAL candidate who died following the military branch’s infamous “Hell Week” training period.

California unlikely to run short of electricity this summer thanks to storms, new power sources

California regulators say the state is unlikely to run out of electricity this summer because of a big increase in power storage and a wet winter that filled the state's reservoirs enough to restart hydroelectric power plants that were dormant during the drought.

Tennessee pledges 100 National Guard troops to border mission in Texas

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee authorized 100 troops from the state’s National Guard to deploy along the Texas border with Mexico following a briefing of the situation with other Republican governors, Lee’s office said.

Remains of 5 more Native American children to be disinterred at Army War College grounds

The children died more than a century ago and are buried at the former Carlisle Indian Industrial School. It's now home to the U.S. Army War College. This will be the sixth such disinterment operation at Carlisle since 2017 as the military transfers remains to living family members for reburial.

Navy SEALs training plagued by pervasive problems, according to investigation after death of sailor

A nearly 200-page, highly critical report says medical oversight and care with the Navy SEAL training program were "poorly organized, poorly integrated and poorly led and put candidates at significant risk."

Fort Bragg soldier accused in January shooting formally charged

Brandon Allen Amos-Dixon, 25, was charged with common-law attempted first-degree murder, assault by strangulation, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and discharging a weapon into occupied property.

Debt default could stop benefits payments to 7 million vets, Democrats say

A default on the U.S. government’s debt would hit veterans particularly hard, endangering benefits, health care and retirement payments for former service members and their families, according to Democrats on the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee.

The F-16 jets Kyiv wants won't fly in Ukraine any time soon

Ukraine faces a long wait before it can deploy F-16s against Russia, as U.S. and European allies begin to thrash out who might be able to supply the fighter jets.

Missing almost 80 years, remains of WWII soldier to be laid to rest in Texas

The remains of Dixon Word War II Army Private Myron E. Williams will soon be laid to rest in Texas almost 80 years after his death.

Biden taps ‘butt-kicking’ fighter pilot Gen. CQ Brown for Joint Chiefs chairman

President Joe Biden on Thursday officially nominated Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown, the Air Force chief of staff and a career fighter pilot with extensive command experience, as his choice to serve as the nation’s next top military officer.

Boeing to build new ‘Phantom Works’ facility in St. Louis for future military aircraft

Boeing is building a secure, 47,500-square-foot “Phantom Works” facility that will focus on future military aircraft.

‘Indomitable spirit’: Air Force Museum Foundation honors 475 new names on ‘Wall of Honor’

The Air Force Museum Foundation honored 475 new names on its Legacy Data Plate Wall of Honor on Thursday, not only recalling veterans and their families as Memorial Day nears, but setting the stage for the long-term growth of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

Trump workers moved Mar-a-Lago boxes a day before Justice Department came for documents

The events at Mar-a-Lago include an alleged “dress rehearsal” for moving sensitive papers and show a focus on Donald Trump’s instructions and intent.