The U.S. will continue to oppose China's sovereignty claims in the South China Sea, the Navy's top admiral said.
The Indiana Air National Guard has sent 140 airmen from its 122nd Fighter Wing in Fort Wayne and eight jets to Slovakia to take part in joint training exercises.
U.S. Army investigators have concluded that a 101st Airborne Division soldier's death during a training exercise last year was preventable.
The Pentagon announced the death of an Air Force officer supporting the U.S. effort against ISIS group in Syria and Iraq.
A longstanding conundrum surrounding efforts to negotiate reductions in nuclear arsenals is how to verify the physical destruction of nuclear warheads to the satisfaction of an opposing party without disclosing classified weapons design information. Show More Summary
A multi-billion dollar next-generation aerial tanker program managed at Wright-Patterson has completed mid-air refueling tests.
One of the Army's new roles was on display Tuesday 55 nautical miles north of the Garden Isle during Rim of the Pacific exercises.
The FBI says a U.S. Army sergeant was arrested in South Florida when he showed up for what he thought would be a sexual encounter with underage girls.
The Navy wants the Defense Department to reauthorize a program that pays sailors extra when their deployments exceed 220 days.
The top U.S. admiral said Wednesday that friendly exchanges with China's navy are conditional on safe interactions at sea.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn railed against Hillary Clinton to cap a raw and raucous first night at the Republican Convention.
A Navy deputy assistant secretary was charged with brandishing a firearm after video surfaced of him threatening several men.
Iraq War veteran Jason McDonald says he was improperly evicted from an apartment complex, and now his medals and other possessions are gone.
An Air Force colonel who served as vice commander of the 20th Fighter Wing until he was demoted in February has been charged with possessing child pornography and obstructing justice.
The Army has recognized Fort A.P. Hill as a standout installation for the second time in as many months.
An apparent 3.7 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Florida was likely triggered by a man-made explosion to test the seaworthiness of a new U.S. Navy vessel.
A 57-year-old Annapolis landmark is about to get a fresh coat of paint -- and a $400,000 new look.
The author of this article at The Boston Globe, Akilah Johnson, is obviously trying to show the human side of gunsmiths and mechanics at Smith & Wesson as opposed to the ugly, boogeyman portrait the progressives paint. But it reminds us (1) that Smith & Wesson has no business whatsoever still being ensconced in Springfield, […]
One of the three police officers gunned down in Baton Rouge was a veteran of both the Army and Marine Corps.
He was disarmed in the middle of a war zone and placed under 24-hour escort, accused of stealing a female soldier's panties.