If you thought the life of a recruit becoming a Marine was insanely difficult, you should see how tough it is to earn the right to train those recruits.
When troops discover that their munitions are unserviceable due to damage or rust, they must be disposed of (see: blown up) in a controlled environment.
Three MiG jockeys found out the hard way that the BUFF could protect itself from its six.
Kamikaze pilots struck fear in the hearts of allied troops as they conducted their nose-dives right into U.S. ships during World War II's Pacific fight.
Here are two new videos the Air Force recently released of A-10 Warthogs taking out Taliban narcotics production facilities in Afghanistan.
From the flat lands of Parris Island to sunny San Diego, these Marines state who they believe had the tougher training.
While the Department of Defense is pursuing new technology to deal with enemy drones, American troops have a reliable low-tech option against this threat.
Keeping one eye closed helps shooters aim crisply and precisely, but it's not proper form. Learn from a Green Beret why you should keep both eyes open.
What's 1,092 feet long, carries almost 100 aircraft, and is responsible for moving hundreds of cars up the coast? That's right: The USS Ronald Reagan.
It's been 76 years since the heavy cruiser USS Houston (CA 30) was sunk with almost 700 sailors and Marines, but the Navy constantly checks on her.
When you serve in the infantry, you develop a new type of comedy. Most service members outside the community won't get it, and that's the way we want it.
'7 Days in Entebbe' tells the story of Operation Thunderbolt. Inspired by the movie, we've listed 10 of the greatest operation names in military history.
U.S. Corporal Jim Jamison was part of a top-secret program that recruited German scientists to work for the U.S. government after World War II.
Republicans posted a snarky tweet after a congressional lawmaker and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke made friendly digs at each other's military service.
The Pentagon has confirmed that a United States military Sikorsky HH-60 Pave Hawk crashed in western Iraq, killing all personnel on board.
Five decades after being shot in Vietnam, former Army Spc. John Fogle will make good on a promise he made to the surgeons who saved his life.
Capturing images of our home planet has become a tradition at NASA. But the view of Earth from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope is quite something else.
The U.S., for the first time, is blaming the Russian government for an ongoing campaign of cyberattacks that it says is targeting critical infrastructures.
The speech President John F. Kennedy was due to deliver on the day of his assassination has been recreated with voice synthesis technology.
US Navy Adm. Harry Harris, the commander of the US military in the Pacific, said that the US is prepared for "the spectrum of violence" with North Korea.
Lieutenants never get much respect. What do you expect, though? Here are the 6 types of lieutenants that you just can’t avoid in the military.
Think of a ninja. If you imagined them as an assassin dressed entirely in black and throwing stars at their enemies, I've got some bad news for you.