Over the next 15-20 years, the U.S. and China are headed for a confrontation in the western Pacific, with Japan caught in the middle.
The U.S. military launched an experimental hypersonic aircraft on its swan song test flight Wednesday (May 1), accelerating the craft to more than five times the speed of sound in the longest-ever mission for a vehicle of its kind.
Seven U.S. soldiers and a member of the NATO-led coalition were killed on Saturday in one of the deadliest days for Americans and other foreign troops in Afghanistan in recent months, as the Taliban continued attacks as part of their spring offensive
Israeli warplanes struck areas in and around the Syrian capital Sunday, setting off a series of explosions as they targeted a shipment of highly accurate, Iranian-made guided missiles believed to be bound for Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group.
If a nuclear incident happened in Montana, key officials don’t want to be meeting each other for the first time.
The need for advanced leadership training simulation
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel confirmed today that the Obama administration is reconsidering its opposition to providing lethal weapons to the Syrian opposition.
As Other Nations Back Off, US Looks to Escalate
Troops Won't Engage in Combat, Pentagon Insists
Sectarian Violence Caps Another Ugly Month
The cleric preached in his tiny Yemeni village about the evils of al-Qaida, warning residents to stay away from the group's fighters and their hard-line ideology.
The lawyer who first drew up White House policy on lethal drone strikes has accused the Obama administration of overusing them because of its reluctance to capture prisoners that would otherwise have to be sent to Guantánamo Bay.
There was a time when all the world’s military drone strikes were directed from a small base in Nevada. No more. In a first, the United Kingdom has carried out a strike in Afghanistan by pilots controlling the drone from within Britain.
Surprisingly, it's not about catching petty thieves.
As the Obama administration debates belatedly arming the Syrian opposition, military analysts are arriving at an uncomfortable conclusion: the U.S. can’t hand the rebels guns or rockets and expect them to topple dictator Bashar Assad.
The Department of Defense and the US Army are warning of a possible terror threat to coincide with the second anniversary of the death of Osama Bin Laden, according to a memo sent to Infowars by a source based at Fort Hood.
A hacker compromised a U.S. Army database that holds sensitive information about vulnerabilities in U.S. dams, according to a news report.
About 40 additional U.S. Navy medical forces have arrived at the prison camps at Guantanamo to assist in the growing hunger strike by 100 captives, more than a fifth of them being force-fed, a spokesman said Monday.
Steinitz Adds That Syria War, Iran War 'Unrelated'
Sunnis Cry Foul as Govt Closes Jordan Border Over 'Security'
War waits for no router setup. Functioning internet takes time to set up, which is not a luxury a military on the move usually has, and it's definitely not an option when troops get ambushed.
The Pentagon spent millions developing a humongous hydrogen-fueled drone that, it hoped, could fly at soaring altitudes for a week at a time. Now the drone is all on its lonesome, because no one wants to buy it.
Built to dominate the enemy in combat, the Army's hulking Abrams tank is proving equally hard to beat in a budget battle.
Soldiers are deserting a beleaguered Iraqi army as it struggles to keep its hold on the northern half of Iraq in the face of escalating hostility from Sunni Arabs and Kurds who dominate in the region.
As Strikes Target Border Area Rebels, Stray Missiles Cross into Jordan
Military action in response to Syria's suspected use of chemical weapons would be "very, very complex", the Israeli ambassador to the United States said yesterday.
Hard-fought gains in Afghanistan over the last decade are at risk of being squandered – unless immediate action is taken to determine the fate of tens of billions of dollars in questionable reconstruction projects
Real pictures of military and police locking down Boston and searching door-to-door for the Boston bomber in Watertown, Massachusetts.
The White House says that United States President Barack Obama may approve of using military force against the Syrian government.
The British businessman's fraud likely killed many soldiers who relied on the bogus devices to detect explosives.