The branch's top commander said he is also considering making promotions conditional on marines undergoing refresher training.
"On seeing our Western coalition partners in the air, we always tailed them, as pilots say, which means a victory in real combat," a top Russian general said.
Moscow says it is fed up with “groundless” U.S. accusations that it is obstructing U.S. observation jets, so it will now do exactly that.
The chief of the Russian military's general staff said the U.S. was using its southern Syria base in Al-Tanf as a training ground for militants.
A mother was unwrapping a giant mirror when she spotted someone in uniform, standing behind her.
After the world's deadliest conflict, a future secretary of state decided to split North and South Korea based on a map he found in a magazine.
"Be at the top of your game," in case diplomacy with Kim Jong Un failed, was the U.S. defense secretary's Christmas message to soldiers.
Russia is fortifying its massive military along two tense boundaries in its farthest western and eastern corners.
The U.S. is widely considered the world's top military power, but Russia and China are rapidly improving together and North Korea has achieved historic success.
The U.S. military is making sure it's prepared to face threats in Europe.
China and Russia have urged a peaceful solution to the nuclear crisis with North Korea, but if the U.S. invades, they’re preparing to fight.
With the establishment of a new Cyber Operations Center, NATO has launched a new, historic campaign of electronic warfare.
“It was all theater,” said the U.S.-backed commander who has since switched his allegiance to Turkey.
Russia’s increasing military activity and NATO’s mobilization of troops across Europe have put nonaligned Finland in a tough spot.
The Pentagon said it would stay "as long as we need to," defying Syria, Russia and Iran, which see U.S. military presence as illegal.
A new report showed Yemen's Iran-friendly Houthi movement evaded the U.S. anti-missile system protecting troops from North Korea.
“If Kim Jong Un wants to stay alive, he needs to stop,” Senator Steve Russell said, channeling his experience in hunting Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
The state-run Institute of American Studies called on foreign journalists to adhere to "objectivity and unbiasedness" when reporting on North Korea.