It is "highly likely" that the U.S. will send forces on a permanent basis, the Polish defense minister said.
The Russia-backed Syrian military has kicked ISIS out of another one of its last outposts, but will U.S. allies Israel and Jordan pay the price?
Under obsolete regulation dating back to the 1980s, military personnel living with the virus are considered undeployable.
The Army Futures Command is set to expedite the process in which soldiers get their hands on new weapons, including hypersonic missiles, lasers and robots.
United States Army Secretary Mark Esper said the women that he's spoken to about the new fitness test welcomed the change.
"Breaking faith with these members of our armed forces, as this White House has decided to, is yet another low," Ohio Governor John Kasich said.
The Joint Air-to-Ground Missile is set to replace the Hellfire used in various U.S. military operations, from invasions to assassinations.
The countries that spend the most on their armies, in proportion to their means.
Russia has added over a dozen new submarines to its ranks since annexing Crimea.
Bureaucracy, aging infrastructure and incompatible equipment are plaguing the U.S. and NATO's ability to reach parts of Europe eyed by Russia.
Russia's "Terminator" made its military debut last year in Syria and now the latest installment is set to include controlled air burst shells.
Spenser Rapone gave the Army "one final salute" in a photo showing him giving the middle finger to the Fort Drum entrance.
For once the U.S. doesn't top this list—and China doesn't even make the top 50.
The two countries were rivals during the Cold War but a lot has changed since then, including what it takes to fight a war.
Oscar Alvarez reportedly turned himself in to police hours after the attack.
The sea mammals were being trained in a Soviet-era facility in Sevastopol that breeds marine assistants for the navy.
A New York Times report claims U.S. Green Berets are covertly destroying Houthi rebel missile sites in Yemen on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
The longest-serving commander in the longest war in U.S. history said he would welcome Moscow's help.