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.
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.
Could the BRRRRRT! of an Apache chain gun be replaced by the BRRRZAP! of a high energy laser on the attack helicopter of the future?
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.
This obscure United States Army transport could bring 30 troops or three pallets of cargo to a location where a C-130 Hercules was unable to land.
China copied a multi-role version of the Russian Flanker to field a plane comparable to the F-15E Strike Eagle. How's this capable airframe stack up?
This Christmas, the United States Army would probably like to find this stuff under their tree and in their stocking — we're not sure if it'll all fit.
The Republic of Korea Marine Corps has a 68-year tradition of kicking butt and taking names almost as well as the United States Marine Corps.
The T-72 is arguably one of the biggest pieces of crap to call itself a main battle tank, but the Czechs have come up with a functional version.
With Christmas coming, let's take a look at a few of the goodies that the United States Navy would probably like to see under their Christmas tree.
The Anotov An-225 can carry 275 tons of normal cargo in its hold, equivalent to a platoon of M1A2 Abrams tanks. Learn more about this Soviet aircraft.
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 Boeing HH-47G will never join the ranks of famous search-and-rescue helicopters because of political wrangling, not because of any design flaws.