No damage or injuries were reported after a U.S. military helicopter made an emergency landing Wednesday at an airport on the island of Kyushu, Marine Corps and Japanese officials said.
President Donald Trump has given his "blessing" for North and South Korea to discuss the end of the Korean War amid a diplomatic push to end the North Korean nuclear standoff. One problem: There can be no real talks without the involvement of the other countries that fought the 1950-53 war, and especially the United States.
An icon of special operations and a man who at one time was the Army's most battle-tested officer has died.
The latest Pentagon survey of major weapons systems shows almost $2 trillion will be spent by the end of the current buying wave, with 17 firms getting the most, and Lockheed and General Dynamics taking a huge share.
Saudi Arabia said it is in discussions with the United States about sending troops to Syria as the Trump administration seeks ways to stabilize the country's northeast while winding down its own military presence.
The Air Force, eager to get inside the decision cycle of China and Russia, is pressing ahead hard and fast to substantially speed space acquisition.
The Trump administration announced plans Monday to make it easier for permanently disabled military veterans to have their federal student debt wiped away.
The Senate has a blueprint for an upcoming debate on fresh terms for the U.S. military's campaigns against extremist and terrorist groups after a bipartisan pair of senators on Monday released a long-awaited proposal to replace the current authorizations for use of military force with new legislation.
While U.S.-Russian relations continue to sour in a standoff over Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin has just started his new term in office and is mulling how to secure his legacy.