South Korea's National Assembly passed a revision of the country's Military Service Act to postpone the enlistment of the group's eldest member, Jin.
BTS' Jungkook, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, Suga, and RM have announced they're taking a break—and they also once discussed the reality of splitting in the future.
The Pentagon estimates China could increase its nuclear missile count to 1,000 by 2030 and has raised alarms about its hypersonic weapon tests.
Other members of the U.S. Navy have also been accused of being involved in sex trafficking in the past few years.
"Coming to K9s For Warriors and receiving Loose has been the best experience of my life," the veteran said.
Queen Elizabeth II was back at work today, days after pulling out of a major royal event with a back sprain.
A man stumbled across the prestigious honor while browsing a yard sale.
It is long past time to rebalance national priorities in ways that benefit people and bend toward decency.
It is important to recognize that many in the tech world have taken a stand against the CCP.
From reserve numbers to fighter jets, Taiwan is playing catch-up in a military buildup race it will never win.
The Duchess of Sussex was forced to apologize after a former staffer revealed her private messages—16 months after she launched her own attack on the palace.
Veterans Day, which originally commemorated the end of World War I, wasn't always called Veterans Day or celebrated on November 11.
The U.S. is maintaining a stockpile of around 3 million landmines, according to the International Campaign to Ban Landmines.
Elaine Marie Thomas said she thought it was "stupid" for the Navy to require tests to be conducted at -100F.
Meghan Markle's court showdown with a U.K. tabloid has been allocated an extra day and comes amid a busy week of appearances for the duchess and Prince Harry.
Prince Harry was forced to publicly apologize in 2009 after using a racist slur while at Sandhurst—now the military academy has been accused of misogyny.
"We would have kept Bagram because it is next to China and it is one hour away from their nuclear facility, and we gave that up too," Trump claimed on Fox News.
The Chinese Communist Party publication said tensions could lead to "a life-and-death struggle" forcing the U.S. to sacrifice "the lives of Americans."
The man stated that COVID mandates were threatening "life, liberty, and property."
"Think about the consequences of a dishonorable discharge," Senator Roger Marshall, a Republican from Kansas, said on Thursday.
Vice Admiral Karl Thomas, commander of the U.S. 7th Fleet, said that the leadership team had been relieved "due to loss of confidence."
Aqueous Film Forming Foam is a fire suppressant used by firefighters, military members and other first responders.
The Air Force said almost 97 percent of active-duty service members were at least partially vaccinated, while 800 had refused the shot. Almost 5,000 have pending religious exemption requests.
Service members could potentially lose out on home loans, GI Bill benefits, and a variety of other military subsidiary programs.
The assault began with a suicide bombing at the front entrance, followed by gunmen swarming into the building.
Sleeve tattoos were first banned by the Marine Corps in 2007 because of the expectation that Marines must exceed the standards of the American people. That policy was reversed Friday.
The military base did not release the identities of the three individuals that accidentally received the vaccine, but a spokesperson for the base said the incident is under investigation.
The battery-powered lower-body suit could one day help soldiers lift weights of up to 220 pounds, according to a member of the team behind it.