"It is deeply troubling and terribly offensive that swastika-adorned headstones that include messages honoring Hitler continue to stand in this nation's veterans administration national cemeteries," one congressperson wrote.
Sports brands like Adidas, Converse, Nike and Reebok are offering military and veterans discounts for Armed Forces Day.
"The Chinese military helicopters were flying very close to the Line of Actual Control," according to Indian news outlet ANI.
ZOA representatives claimed that Biden's plan to economically re-engage with Palestine would be "partially illegal" under the 2018 Taylor Force Act.
"We take very seriously our work with the U.S. government and continue to be committed to providing the best quality products at fair and transparent prices," 3M said in a statement.
The actor wrote an essay about the flick. After this, you'll be listening to "Take My Breath Away" on repeat, too.
The Defense Production Act, a law that controls the distribution of essential supplies in times of emergency, makes it unlawful to engage in price gouging.
Colonel Arthur Wittich retired from the Army after 44 years. He's willing to return to active duty as a doctor if the Army needs him to.
A Pentagon spokesperson told Newsweek that 144 have already recovered.
Apple vinegar is being used to sniff out people who might be carrying the novel coronavirus. New evidence suggests anosmia is a common symptom of the disease.
The Pentagon has announced its first case, a Marine stationed at the department's headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
Is Big Brother still watching? With "continuous evaluation" slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. counterintelligence may fail to spot the next Edward Snowden.
With the National Guard now active in 22 states and governors continuing to declare more severe emergency measures daily, the U.S. military is preparing forces to assume a larger role in the coronavirus response.
It was first reported by the Associated Press that two of the officials wounded in the attack were Iraqi troops. A spokesperson later confirmed three coalition troops were also wounded.
Just over half of all American arms exports went to the Middle East, some helping Saudi Arabia and the UAE continue their war in Yemen.
The president received a raucous welcome in Ahmedabad Monday, and was joined on stage by populist Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
To increase female enrollment, the Canadian army is considering redesigning uniforms to shorten skirts and referring to medals as "bling."
In its military budget proposal, the Pentagon revealed a new paint design for the exterior of Air Force One, which will replace the current blue and white scheme with a red, white and blue palette.
Military planners are actively tracking disinformation campaigns promulgated by accounts operated by — or attributable to — the Russian government.
The first step in caring for these service members is recognizing the severity of their injuries.
In the not-so-distant future, hundreds of unmanned drones and on-the-ground rovers could swoop into an area of interest and spew crucial data to human military operators, researchers say.
South Korea says the country has four cases of the new coronavirus strain.
The Stockton Police Department's bomb squad rushed to the scene and decided to evacuate about 20 homes in the area "out of an abundance of caution."
When the U.S. Space Force revealed what their uniforms would look like on Twitter, the internet roasted them for using camouflage uniforms.
The Ain al-Asad air base in Iraq's western Anbar province was one of two military facilities hit by Iranian ballistic missiles last week.
Subject to specific credentialing, Marine Corps law enforcement personnel will now be allowed to partake in concealed carry while off duty.
Veteran and Democratic Rep. Jason Crow said the president's Twitter post represents "a terrible circumvention of the command structure."
"Army Recruiting Command has received multiple calls and emails about these fake text messages and wants to ensure Americans understand these texts are false," military officials said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that after an Iranian missile attack on U.S. forces in Iraq, Iran had "concluded proportionate measures in self-defense" and did not "seek escalation or war."
Former Trump adviser told Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs Tuesday that people "should welcome" the Iranian missile attack on U.S. forces in Iraq because "now there can be no question that Iran is a threat to American national security."