If a Corpsman or combat medic treats an enemy patient and discovers some new information, everyone needs to know — this info could save lives.
In the end, rivalry between the Army and Marines is a sibling rivalry. But there are a few things about US Army soldiers that tend to irk Marines.
The trombone is an interesting instrument. No, wait! Don't go! Seriously, we're building to a point about the military, a soldier, and his trombone.
Ever wonder how Navy SEALs get off of a submarine? This video'll show you all the specialized techniques used to manage underwater pressure.
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.
Tim Montana is a musician with a “rip-roaring, swamp’rockin’ vibe” — and he’s just getting started. The coolest thing about him? He loves helping vets.
Country stars Big & Rich commemorated the 8th of November, 1965, one of the deadliest days in the 173rd Airborne's history, with this incredible song.
Grammy-nominated artists, John Ondrasik from Five for Fighting and Jim Brickam, teamed up to remind the troops that America is with them.
Toby Keith was performing for troops in Kandahar when his concert was interrupted by a mortar attack. Maybe terrorists don't like the "Taliban Song?"
Presidents didn't always have "Hail to the Chief" play when they entered a room. Washington and Jefferson wanted every POTUS choose their own theme song.
The ending of "Black Hawk Down" was just slightly different than Ridley Scott showed. It was a moment former POW Mike Durant would never forget.
Army vet Sean Gilfillan and former CAA agent Chuck Shorter set out to provide high quality entertainment experiences to the military community.
You might not be familiar with the lyrics of their official song, "The Army Goes Rolling Along" — but you definitely know the rousing tune.
Since 1790, “Coasties” have served in times of peace and in times of war and the lyrics of their song "Semper Paratus" hint at all of it.