When U.S. Special Operations forces raided several houses in the Iraqi city of Ramadi in March 2006, two Army Rangers were killed when gunfire erupted on the ground floor of one home.
Empires over-expand, over-reach and fail.
Master Chief, your new combat vehicle is ready.
They want to test firing it from a ship in 2016, and again in 2018.
US military intervention in the Syrian Civil War has mostly taken the form of small arms and equipment for various rebel factions, but looks to be picking up the pace dramatically, as new videos come out showing US-made BGM-71 TOW anti-tank missiles
My friend Ed was a United States Marine. Some would say he was an “ex-Marine,” but I’m not sure these guys are ever “ex-” Marines.
America’s Secret War in 134 Countries
As many as 102 people were killed and 62 more were wounded today. Dozens of people were killed during an attack on an army base in Yusufiya. The Interior Ministry and local officials gave inconsistent casualty figures.
The outbreak of a fire aboard a ship out to sea is pretty much one of the worst things that can happen. When the flames start licking at the sails and rigging (ships still have those, right?) you're just as likely to die of smoke inhalation as you ar
As Ukraine's navy dolphins defect to Russia, their story sheds light on the strange and secret history of attack animals
At least 54 people were killed and 67 more were wounded today.
In November 2009, the Accuracy International L115A3 sniper rifle was the weapon used in the most prodigious feat of marksmanship in military history – two consecutive confirmed kills at 2.47 kilometers were followed by a third shot which disabled the
Crimea and Afghanistan: A comparative analysis
The Barack Obama administration, determined to thwart the attempt by other plaintiffs and myself to have the courts void a law that permits the military to arrest U.S. citizens, strip them of due process and indefinitely detain them, has filed a deta
Claims 'Close Understanding' Reached With Israel
Basescu: Troops Coming for 'Specific Missions'
Projects in Armenia, Azerbaijan Aimed at Spiting Russia
The ability to link human brains to machines, create new life forms and build Star Trek-style disease detectors will be the focus of a new Defense Department office soon.
This is an excerpt from the Sol Feinstone Lecture on The Meaning of Freedom delivered by Bill Moyers at the United States Military Academy on November 15, 2006.
The U.S. Air Force's unmanned X-37B space plane has flown three clandestine missions to date, carrying secret payloads on long-duration flights in Earth orbit.
As the Pentagon continues to build a lighter, faster and stronger soldier of the future, new technology that could provide night vision without bulky goggles has caught the Army’s eye.
March 2014 marked the first time in more than a decade that there were zero U.S. fatalities among American troops engaging in combat, according to numbers from the Department of Defense.
The 2.6 million Americans who volunteered to fight on IED-laden battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan have returned home with a panoply of problems borne out of their service.
Norman Finkelstein, political scientist, talks about wasting money on nuclear weapons, the West worry about Iran, while West develop new nuke weapons for itself to "replace the old ones."
After years in the shadows, U.S. Navy SEALs emerged in a big way with the 2011 night raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
But being "right" never feels good
Deal Includes Attack Helicopters From Both US, France
In 1992, Boeing’s Phantom Works program began development on the Bird of Prey, a project managed by the U.S. Air Force, funded by Boeing, and borrowing the name from the Klingon starship in 1984’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.
Fallujah comes to Florida as low-flying Black Hawks used in drills
“I’m suggesting Mr. President, there’s a military plot to take over the Government of these United States, next Sunday…”—Col. Martin ‘Jiggs’ Casey, Seven Days in May (1964)