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Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin both traded as much as 1.2% higher. Defense stocks often rise following major conflict escalations.
New fears of conflict between the US and Iran boosted war-driven industries despite all three major US stock indexes plunging on Friday.
The attack shows the importance of short range protection and "supports ongoing tailwinds for international military spending," according to Jefferies
Raytheon unveiled its Peregrine air-to-air missile, capable of hitting drones, missiles, or enemy aircraft with stunning precision.
The US military is buying Israel’s battle-proven Iron Dome that destroys rockets. Here’s how it works
The US just purchased the Iron Dome missile defense system, which Israel already uses as a powerful defense against rocket and mortar attacks.
Raytheon and United Technologies are planning a merger that would create a $120 billion American aerospace and defense juggernaut
If approved, the deal would make a one-stop shop for Patriot and Tomahawk missiles and Pratt & Whitney F-35 fighter-jet engines.
From iPhones to fighter jets: Here’s a list of American products that could be affected if China banned rare-earth metal exports to the US as a ...
A Chinese ban on rare-earth exports to the US could cripple the US tech, defense, and energy industries, whose supply chains rely on the minerals.
US B-52 bombers are getting new ‘eyes’ that will make them deadlier than ever and keep them lethal for decades
US Air Force B-52s are expected to receive a major radar upgrade that will allow it to engage the enemy in new ways, such as maritime strike.
The US Navy just turned the future guns of its new Ford-class supercarriers on a drone in a landmark live-fire test
Raytheon and the US Navy blasted a drone out of the sky in the first live-fire test of the USS Gerald R. Ford supercarrier's future self-defense system.
Trump’s new defense chief’s history as a Boeing executive is raising concerns, but he’s not the only one with deep military-industri...
It's not uncommon for former executives at defense firms to hold top Pentagon jobs, but Trump's picks have drawn extra scrutiny.