The numbers from 2018 paint a bleak picture of a U.S. military culture that has left senior Defense Department officials grappling to find effective methods to stem the surge of assaults.
The report does suggest that violence from Mexican cartels against Defense Department personnel working on the southwest border could increase.
The U.S. and China spent about $899 billion between them in 2018.
A harness taken from the beluga whale bore the words "Equipment of St. Petersburg."
A Global Times op-ed said the U.S. is "far more sensitive than its allies."
Russia's Project 09852 special-purpose nuclear-powered submarine Belgorod was set to carry the Poseidon unmanned underwater vehicle, which "nothing in the world" is "capable of withstanding."
"It was very depleted, as you know," the president said. "And it is being rebuilt to a level that we have never seen before."
Confusion over where the U.S.-Mexico border begins and ends led to Mexican soldiers temporarily detaining U.S. soldiers who believed they were in Mexican territory when they were in U.S. territory.
The former soldiers were accused of "gathering crowds to disturb social order" and "intentional assault" amid violent confrontations with security forces last year.
In the 1960s and 70s, the U.S. and U.K. forcibly expelled the population of Diego Garcia, an island now used as a military base thousands of miles off the coasts of Africa and Asia.
Behind the outpouring of jubilation and relief, the scene seems set for a possible standoff between the military and protesters.
The military can't act "like they would normally act" at the border, President Donald Trump said.
The presence of Russian, Chinese and Iranian planes in Venezuela has outraged the U.S at a time when it was looking to unseat the socialist-led Latin American country's leader.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said only a day ago that "the United States has its responses being prepared" to the 100 Russian military personnel who arrived late last month in Venezuela.
Syria and Venezuela said they faced the same enemy, as Russia supports them in the face of U.S.-led regime-change efforts.
Article in Army Collection magazine details strange experiments and techniques.
Russia's top diplomat felt it was "insolent" for the U.S. to warn only Western countries could be involved in the West when the Pentagon maintained more bases abroad than all other countries combined.
Turkey said its purchase of the S-400 defense system was "a done deal" as China and India also signed purchase agreements. Saudi Arabia and Qatar were among those looking to buy it as well.
A new poll finds that 49 percent said the U.S. "should pay less attention to problems overseas," while 44 percent said it was "best for the future of our country to be active in world affairs."
Russia said "it would be nice to know" what U.S. military advisers were doing in Colombia and why President Donald Trump wants Venezuela's other neighbor, Brazil, to join NATO.
"Why would that message replace the recognized symbol of national commitment to stand with, behind, those who serve our country?"
It "wouldn't have worked by the way because it only blows sometimes and lots of problems come about," President Donald Trump said about wind power.
Russia and China will host their annual Joint Sea exercises next month, as the U.S. intensifies its attempts to push back the countries' growing naval power.
The head of U.S. Forces Korea said North Korea's "activity that we've observed is inconsistent with denuclearization."
The U.S. envoy to Syria said that "any government has the sovereign right to determine whether it wants foreign troops on its territory," but history repeatedly shows otherwise.
NATO launched its first-ever attack on a sovereign state two decades ago, paving the way for uncontested 21st century U.S. military action in the Middle East.
The U.S. may seek to fight fire with fire when it comes to Russia's and China's hypersonic weapons.