Military conducting helicopter raids with blank rounds in populated areas. Calling it a drill.
Tubbataha Reef off the southern Philippines is home to some of the richest marine life on the planet. It's much deserving of its world heritage site status.
The US seems to have already found another quagmire in a far off land to get bogged down in
The US is expanding into Africa to counter Chinese access and supposedly for 'counter-terrorism'
The United States Marine Corps is set to shed more than 20,000 active duty positions in the coming years and have already commenced a process meant to force some senior officers into an early retirement.
Someone sent my sister this a couple of days ago. I also thought the following Onion clip put it into words. (skip the ad--foul language)
Blowback Leads to Intervention in Mali, yet Congress is AWOL
In an interview with the New Republic, President Barack Obama explained that military "limitations" are a reason America can't intervene in Syria.
Like all wars, the war in Afghanistan must someday end. But the end of its signature weapon may not arrive on the same schedule.
The Pentagon will expand its cyber security force from 900 personnel to a massive 4,900 troops and civilians over the next few years following numerous concerns over the dangerously vulnerable state of their defenses, according to US officials.
"After realizing that my school has army recruiters there all the time, I decided to ask some local recruiters my questions."
Federal investigators looking into disclosures of classified information about a cyberoperation that targeted Iran’s nuclear program have increased pressure on current and former senior government officials suspected of involvement.
The United States is significantly expanding its assistance to a French assault on Islamist militants in Mali by offering aerial refueling and planes to transport soldiers from other African nations, the Pentagon announced Saturday night.
Was it a military confrontation - the week long India-Pakistan acrimony over bloody incidents on the Line of Control (LOC) in Kashmir, which resulted in the killing of four soldiers?
So... how can we weaponize this?
China's PLA "sunk" a U.S. aircraft carrier during a war game in remote China using its DF-21D "Carrier Killer" missile, reports Taiwan paper Want China Times.
Alert 5 posts Chinese military hardware pictures straight from the ground, but they can lack context as PLA troops or brave civilians snap photos of classified military manuevers and post to Weibo.
Crucial as it is for women to have the same opportunities and benefits as men who do comparable work, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s announcement that women can now serve in combat positions in the military should not be misconstrued.
It is not a claim being made by some obscure personality who hosts a late-night "radio show" on shortwave, or by a known far-out lunatic seeking his latest 15 minutes of fame, but by none other than a Nobel Peace Prize nominee.
Sen. John Kerry, President Obama’s nominee for secretary of state, collected pledges of support Thursday and testified at his confirmation hearing that U.S. foreign policy should be defined by a helping hand as well as military strength.
As the U.S. tries to hand over responsibility for the Afghan war to the new Afghan military it’s built, some very old weapons systems are poised to become crucial: the mortar and the howitzer.
Now that the Pentagon is lifting its ban on women in combat, does this mean that women could potentially be drafted, too? When women turn 18, will they now need to register, as men do, so that they can be conscripted in the event of a World War
Pyongyang says it will strengthen its defencive military power after UN Security Council votes to expand sanctions
2009 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Jim Garrow shockingly claims he was told by a top military veteran that the Obama administration’s “litmus test” for new military leaders is whether or not they will obey an order to fire on U.S. citizens.
Royal hero also says he let people down over nude pix
An Arabic news agency follows a songwriter as he uncovers how his music was used as a weapon of war.
As the U.S. makes clear it will defend Japan should China try and lay claim to the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, this Chinese announcement from mid-2012 offers additional perspective.
Robert Greenwald, director and founder of Brave New Films: "No jury, no lawyers, no protection. 65 year old woman in a field, 178 children killed by drones... think about the number of parents and relatives of those children..."
'If We Don't Have an Identity Card, They Kill Us'
Support wanes for conscript system in Europe ... Austrians vote on army conscription this weekend, an issue on which voters in Switzerland might also be polled this year.