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.
In 2004, Cpl. Jason Dunham saved his men from a grenade blast in Iraq by using his helmet. What should you do if someone throws a grenade at you?
A Chinese shipbuilder briefly posted — and then deleted — images of plans for ships and weapons systems that may rival the United States Navy.
Dialogue that may have once been clever and poignant becomes cliche and induces eye-rolling laughter when we hear the same lines repeated ad nauseam.
Special Forces have earned their prestige, but the infantry isn't far behind. Here are a few ways the infantry operates like special forces.
Captain America has been the poster child for America's fighting force for almost 80 years, but this doesn't translate to being the world's greatest boss.
This science fiction classic is a futuristic thrill ride filled with larger-than-life characters and may be the greatest motivational movie of all time.
There is no denying that the candle is burnt at both ends for any person serving in the US military. Trying to find balance leads to accelerated aging.
Hollywood seems to spark every veteran's imagination, and when the big screen explores what the future militaries may be, veterans dream of serving again.
The military is known for its structure, accountability, and mass adherence to standards and actions — but who are the lone wolves serving today?
The Basic Scout Swimmers course is a rigorous, three-week evaluation that teaches Marines how to launch boat raids from land, sea, or air.
Repelling out of helicopters is a lot of fun, but it's also a burden. For those tasked with setting the anchors and organizing ropers, it's life or death.