Many people outside the military community know that the Marines have two special force units, but don't understand the differences. Let's clear the air.
Names like Apache, Comanche, Lakota, Kiowa, and Black Hawk honor the legacy of Native Americans - and the helicopters receive tribal blessings.
For years, the Naval Academy has roasted the Army via video before the Army-Navy Game. This hilarious video is interservice rivalry at its finest.
After a semester in enemy territory, Cadets and Mids are marched across the field and exchanged at the 50-yard line of the annual Army-Navy Game.
The formidable Indian Navy is only getting stronger. The South Asian power has recently announced plans to build six nuclear-powered attack submarines.
Sig Sauer, maker of the Army's new M17, is planing to make and sell 5,000 civilian versions of the MHS 9mm pistol. There is no estimated price tag yet.
Hundreds of ghost ships, filled with skeletal remains and shrouded in mystery, have washed ashore in Japan in recent years. They may be from North Korea.
The Virtual Wall has a searchable, browsable database with casualty information and tributes for every name on "The Wall," broken down by city and state.
As the U.S. burns bridges with allies left and right, China has been following behind, picking up the pieces, and forging stronger ties around the world.
While accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons warned that we're just "one tantrum" away from nuclear war.
The Skjold can leave a Littoral Combat Ship in the dust, but still packs eight powerful Naval Strike Missiles that'll put some serious hurt on bad guys.
The explosion of a pipe bomb in New York City's Port Authority Terminal, just a quarter mile from Time's Square, injured four people, including the bomber.
Jesse Ventura got a payout from his slander claim against 'American Sniper' author Chris Kyle; the money did not come from Kyle's estate or his widow.
A number of reasons for pilot shortage include quality-of-life issues, recruitment by private airlines, and the strain of three decades of combat.