The gunfire lasted just a few minutes, Khan said. The next sound he heard was from the helicopters arriving to evacuate American casualties. Two U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers were killed and six U.S.
The Navy converted manned combat jets into unmanned ones. Nobody had any idea they were doing it. In a surprise announcement, the U.S. Navy revealed on Tuesday that it had successfully flown tests involving
The U.S. Army’s effort to replace its Cold War-era Bradley infantry fighting vehicles has collapsed, again, leaving the service with no choice but to keep the older vehicles in service. The Army canceled
The number of U.S. troops diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury since an Iranian airstrike earlier this month has increased to 64, the Pentagon said Thursday. The figure has changed several times
Researchers at Texas A&M University have figured out how to make boron carbide body armor capable of stopping high velocity bullets and other projectiles. Adding silicon to the mix improves boron carbide’s
In his new book, “Attention Servicemember,” Ben Brody recounts being sent to a Rotary Club luncheon near Fort Stewart, Georgia, to present a slide show of pictures he had taken as an Army combat photographer
The news from the U.S. Army this week is that it is cancelling a replacement for its venerable Bradley fighting vehicle. This will strike some observers as a repetition of past missteps on the road to
The lack of Patriot missile batteries at the base attacked by Iran shows how little forethought the U.S. put into the consequences of killing Soleimani. Since 2003, the United States has spent billions
US military families receiving 'menacing' messages: 'Leave the Middle East. Go back to your country'
Relatives of U.S. paratroopers deployed to Kuwait amid heightening tensions with Iran have been receiving “menacing” messages on social media, prompting an alert this week from the U.S. Army to family
There are plenty of videos out there of bodybuilders, powerlifters and YouTube fitness personalities attempting military fitness tests and finding that (surprise!) their muscles are absolutely no help
(CNN) — A 104-year-old US Marine Corps veteran who served in World War II is asking people to send him cards for Valentine's Day. Maj. Bill White, a California native, has had a lifetime full of unforgettable
Civilians know how tough it is to send a text while wearing gloves. Now imagine soldiers trying to reload ammunition with a pair of thick gloves. The U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon on Monday distanced itself from President Donald Trump’s assertions that he would bomb Iranian cultural sites despite international prohibitions on such attacks. Defense
In an internal memo, Pentagon leadership has urged military personnel not to take mail-in DNA tests, warning that they create security risks, are unreliable and could negatively affect service members’