First 50 Troops to Deploy to Kurdish Areas to 'Fight ISIS'
An expert said the plans are "designed to communicate to the Russians that Nato is serious - it will defend Nato territory"
The USS Ronald Reagan scrambled its fighter jets earlier this week after two Russian naval reconnaissance aircraft flew within one nautical mile of the U.S. aircraft carrier as it sailed in international waters east of the Korean Peninsula, accordin
Tehran's navy chief says vessels will 'soon berth' at Atlantic ports
A high-tech U.S. military blimp designed to detect a missile attack came loose on Wednesday and wreaked havoc as it floated from Maryland into Pennsylvania, dragging more than a mile of cable and knocking out power to thousands.
On October 27, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced that the Pentagon is contemplating "direct action on the ground" in both Iraq and Syria, "in an effort to combat the self-proclaimed Islamic State terrorist group." (Sputnik, October
Earlier this week, the USS Lassen managed to sail by China's man-made islands in the Spratlys without getting shot at or surrounded.
In the great 1964 antiwar film, The Americanization of Emily, the protagonist, Charlie Madison (James Garner), says what Americans desperately need to learn: We perpetuate war by exalting its sacrifices.
The US should stay out of the South China Sea dispute
John Bordne, a resident of Blakeslee, Penn., had to keep a personal history to himself for more than five decades.
A U.S. guided-missile destroyer sailed close to one of China's man-made islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday, drawing an angry rebuke from Beijing, which said it had tracked and warned the ship and called in the U.S. ambassador to protest.
The defense program DARPA is working to create an artificial brain--but what will it mean for humanity if it succeeds?
Beijing mouthpiece says vessels should be sent out to confront US destroyers
Russian submarines and spy ships are aggressively operating near the vital undersea cables that carry almost all global Internet communications, raising concerns among some American military and intelligence ......
Don't engage the Reaper
Once upon a time America fought a great war to rid the world of the Nazis, but now we have become just like them.
Here it is -- the sixth & final installment of the DHP History of Irregular Warfare series with Bill Buppert.
The United States has deployed a number of attack aircraft to an airbase in southern Turkey, a US military official says.
The US government has approved the sale of four Lockheed Martin Corp. multimission warships and associated equipment to Saudi Arabia, a deal valued at $11.25 billion, according to a US government official.
A Russian military satellite which parked itself between two US Intelsat satellites did not put them at risk, a Russian space expert says.
Exercise Will Include Focus on 'Hybrid Warfare' and 'Propaganda'
US Military Tank "Intrudes" Into Bombed 'Doctors Without Borders' Hospital, Destroys Potential Evidence
A group of former U.S. service members called the Veterans For Peace issued a letter to the American public and President Obama today.
Warfare is going through its most significant change in human history.
Constant American bombing of much of the world ought to raise questions about the morality (if any) of air power, even if few Americans bother to confront them. (Indeed, many moral theorists would rather apply their theorizing and "intuitions" to
A US military vehicle has allegedly forced its way into the hospital in Afghanistan which was devastated by US airstrikes two weeks ago.
No one is discussing the reality that the Russian offensive is targeting the biggest militant threat to the Assad regime
Flawed Intelligence and the Limits of Drone Technology
Editorial in Global Times, which is close to Communist rulers, condemns Washington's 'ceaseless provocations and coercion'
Because the US has come up rather short on results in 13 months of airstrikes on ISIS targets, the world has developed quite a fascination with the videos coming out of the Russian Defense Ministry of late.