NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- Self-guided unmanned patrol boats that can leave warships they're protecting and swarm and attack potential threats on the water could join the Navy's fleet within a year, defense officials say, adding the new technology could on
As Obama administration officials sought to reassure Americans about efforts to contain Ebola in the wake of the first U.S. case, the military announced Friday that an additional 1,000 troops could be sent to West Africa to help fight the virus.
World War I was shaped by the new vehicles developed during the four years of conflict. A century after the start of the war, we're looking back at the most remarkable vehicles—the planes, cars, tanks, ships, and zeppelins—it helped bring about
The Hong Kong rising underscores China's fragility.
The answer lies in human psychology. And probably like the old observation about history, people who refuse to understand human psychology are doomed to be victims of psychological manipulation.
Americans would support sending more U.S. troops to fight the Islamic State if U.S. strategy in the region were clearer, Sen. John McCain, a longtime critic of President Obama's foreign policy, said Monday. And without more specialized troops, he s
The lamest, most ignorant, and most intellectually lazy excuse given to justify the actions of U.S. soldiers (and sailors, airmen, and Marines) is that they are just doing their job.
...another great Crosstalk program on RT...
PBS explains the physics of space skirmishes
Pact Will Keep Troops in Afghanistan 'Through 2024 and Beyond'
No sign of the Iraq army being able to make a successful counter-attack, and US air strikes are making little difference.
Observatory: At Least 19 Civilians Killed in US Air War
You would think war-themed video games copy real life, and not the other way around. Not this time. A Washington think tank has hired the maker of the acclaimed "Call of Duty" game to envision the kind of future wars the US could be fighting.
Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show recently penned, The Psychological Reasons Why American Soldiers Would Fire On American Citizens.
The U.S. Congress, like the people they represent, is barely taking an interest in endorsing our latest folly in Iraq
Military commander warns of attacks 'deep into Iraqi territory' unless militants keep their distance, as coalition strikes Syria
The United States is spending millions of dollars to destroy U.S. equipment in Iraq and Syria — gear the U.S. gave the Iraqi military that was later captured by ISIS forces.
Dempsey: Buffer Zone Might Also Be Possibility
FORMER head of the UK military warned this weekend that Isis, also known as Islamic State, will never be defeated by air attacks alone and western governments are wrong to rule out deploying their own ground troops.
Meanwhile, an entire Brigade Combat Team (over 4000 men) have been quietly assigned to Kumait, technically not in Iraq, but barely so.
A small number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. will have an opportunity to join the military for the first time in decades under a new Department of Defense policy unveiled Thursday.
The UK Parliament has backed British participation in air strikes against Islamic State extremists in Iraq.
The out-of-the-blue excuses countries come up with for not making budget deficit targets are rather amusing.
Two Chinese destroyers have arrived at Iran's Gulf port of Bandar Abbas, in an unprecedented visit attesting to a new rapprochement between the two countries, Iranian media reported Sunday.
They arrived in the country on Sept. 11, and were reported missing by base security personnel late Saturday. They were last seen at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis, Mass.
"This is an organisation that has an apocalyptic, end-of-days strategic vision which will eventually have to be defeated," Gen Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Pentagon press conference in August.
Three vehicles will replace the Humvee -- and they'll all arrive by air.
Thousands of promised American forces will be moving into Africa over the next 30 days to set up facilities and form training teams to help the Africans treat Ebola victims, the Army's top officer said Friday.
'We Don't Want Them. We Won't Allow Them'
Senate Expected to Quickly Sign Off on Plan