There are lots of benefits for establishing a career in the military for both the service and for servicemembers.
President Donald Trump on Thursday inducted a new member into "the world's most exclusive club of heroes" by awarding a Medal of Honor to a Navy SEAL who led a daring assault and rescue mission on a snowy Afghanistan mountaintop in 2002.
The Lockheed Martin ONYX doesn’t seem particularly high tech when it’s surrounded by displays of mini-drones, wheeled robots, and VR simulators here at today’s Close Combat Lethality showcase. At first glance, ONYX looks like an unduly complicated leg brace.
President Trump's abrupt decision Thursday to abort a summit next month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left the White House scrambling to explain the outcome to allies amid fears that the collapse of talks would mean a return to heightened tensions between nuclear powers in East Asia.
An Air Force T-38 training jet crashed in Mississippi on Wednesday. Both pilots ejected safely, but with Memorial Day fast approaching, the crash is a reminder that military service involves dangers seldom encountered in civilian life — even when warfighters are not operating near hostile forces.
The U.S. House is moving forward with plans to build three attack submarines, as opposed to two, in the years 2022 and 2023 by including an extra $1 billion in its version of next year's defense policy bill to buy materials that would be needed in advance to build those submarines.
North Korea is threatening to reconsider Kim Jong Un's participation in a summit with President Trump next month, saying it is up to the United States to decide whether it wants to "meet us at a meeting room or encounter us at nuclear-to-nuclear showdown."
Two Chinook helicopters carrying elite U.S. troops roared through the chilly Afghan air above a mountaintop when disaster struck. Rocket-propelled grenades and machine-gun fire ripped into one of the lumbering aircraft as it approached a landing zone, ejecting a Navy SEAL Team 6 member and prompting a rescue operation.
Detailed analysis of video and photos has unequivocally established that the Buk missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine nearly four years ago came from a Russia-based military unit, an international team of investigators said Thursday.