A force-on-force exercise is under investigation for "descending into chaos" as some of the UK's best troops fought each other with fists and clubs.
Interservice rivalry will be a tradition long after anyone reading this is dead. One of the biggest rivalries is between the Air Force and Marines.
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.
Ukraine's military prosecutor's office said investigators were treating the explosions and fire as an act of sabotage.
Out of hundreds of troops on base at any given time, could you tell, at a glance, the combat troops from those who support them? No? Then look no further.
Maybe you're picking your MOS based off what you can get. Maybe you're choosing by cool points. When it comes to cool points, one MOS reigns: Fister.
Two of the greatest things ever are pets and our troops coming home. Nothing will pull at your heartstrings like when the two are combined.
The truth is, that old Vietnam vet you met at the Legion while trying to get cheap drinks isn't all that different from the men and women fighting today.
Deployment downtime is basically just all of us doing dumb stuff that would make our grandmas question their "Support the Troops" bumper sticker.
This is what a hypothetical Maccabee battle would look like with modern technology, forces, and funds behind it. Happy Hanukkah, everyone.
A "Dear John" letter starts out as a cute letter sent by a troop's lady back home before she lets him know she's gone. Often with a stand-in named Jodie.
What the folks back home think troops do while deployed is just a fraction of what actually happens downrange. Let's take a look at the crummy detail work.
If the regulations specifically stated one thing, someone out there would try to see how far they can go until the commander writes a memorandum.
Rarely will a moniker be used for two military leader at the same time. Even more rare is if the two meet on opposite ends of the battlefield.