Since 2013, investigators have documented at least 500 cases of serious misconduct, many of them sex scandals.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is calling for a world-class military and leading economy, but the U.S. is suspicious of Beijing's growing ambitions in world affairs.
Russian ground, air and sea forces have held a series of drills in the Primorye region bordering North Korea in recent weeks.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
The Ratnik-3 is a future infantry combat suit with a built-in exoskeleton, state-of-the-art reconnaissance and weaponry and, now, a nuclear-resistant watch.
The cyber threat to the U.S. from China is mostly one of "rampant" espionage.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its analysis of veteran suicide data across the U.S.
Chinese sailors docked in Russia with a 21-gun salute as the two countries begin sea drills in the Russian region bordering North Korea.
The Sokil drone system is a success, Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council announced, saying the next step is deploying the kit to the battlefield.
Ukraine's President Poroshenko said Moscow showed no signs of backing off from his country and recent military activity shows the Kremlin is preparing for a much bigger conflict.
The Varshavyanka class are among the quietest in the world, according to the boasts of Russian state media.
Russia's military flights over the Baltic have forced NATO to regularly scramble planes.
Kronstadt Group estimates it will take five years to produce the heavy aircraft to be used for civilian, as well as military, purposes.
The odds of a flawed launch are "high enough" to be on high readiness, Russia's ex-Senate Defense Committee chief said.
An Iraqi military commander told local media that his forces killed four ISIS suicide bombers, but a fifth got away and slaughtered a family.
U.S. Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley said that fighting wars across the globe will not get easier over time.
Besides giving Russia and other militaries a chance to show their capabilities on national TV, troops also sometimes get a first whiff of foreign military equipment and turf.
Around 10 aircraft will also take part in yet another military drill in the Baltic region this summer.
Russian helicopters blasted their targets not far from where the U.S. and NATO allies have just begun fortifying their air defenses.