Congratulations to Bobby Blackhat Walters, United States Coast Guard veteran of 27 years and winner of MISSION: MUSIC Powered by USAA.
Earning the yellow stripes takes a special combination of honor, courage, and commitment.
The Navy wants to meet a number of objectives ranging from how far the gun can shoot to making sure the barrel will last.
In this episode, the WATM podcast team talks about Ken Burns' 'Vietnam' series, the down side of communism and Idi Amin. You won't want to miss it.
Blumhouse Television and WATM are teaming up to produce the documentary "Searching for Bergdahl," the untold story of the seven-year search for the missing soldier.
Japanese kamikaze pilots struck fear in the hearts of allied troops as they conducted choreographed nose-dives right into U.S. warships during WWII.
In nearly every war in which America has taken part, troops have had to work alongside local forces who aren't always very motivated to fight.
Designed to double the muzzle velocity of all naval artillery weapons to hypersonic speeds up to Mach 6, the Navy's rail gun system uses advanced technology that is a pain in the butt to understand
These are some of the handful of military-related movies hitting the screens next year that look like they could be worth the price of admission.
A new Netflix comedy takes a lighthearted look at the growing use of medical marijuana to treat veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress.
"Be glad to trade you some ARVN rifles. Ain't never been fired and only dropped once." — Cowboy from "Full Metal Jacket."
With Hollywood tapping into the sniper lifestyle with films like "American Sniper," many young troops get a misconception what it's like to be one.