When firepower isn't an option, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer can be pretty agile.
Approximately 3,500 brave troops have earned our nation's highest honor. Crafting such an important medal takes precision, dedication, and extreme care.
Three MiG jockeys found out the hard way that the BUFF could protect itself from its six.
For this former US Marine, he uses his military service as fuel the music that represents him and the experiences while serving in the Corps.
The most stressful time for a naval aviator isn't when he is being shot at by enemy aircraft, it's when he's trying to land on a carrier.
From the flat lands of Parris Island to sunny San Diego, these Marines state who they believe had the tougher training.
Gun-camera footage shows how Israeli pilots took control of the skies in the opening hours of the Six-Day War which was launched 50 years ago this week.
Brian Thacker shipped out to the deadly landscape of Vietnam in the fall of 1970. His valor there would earn him the Medal of Honor.
Bill Joerger, Marine veteran and South Philly firefighter, uses his culinary talents to help his men combat the stresses they face every day.
If a Corpsman or combat medic treats an enemy patient and discovers some new information, everyone needs to know — this info could save lives.
In the end, rivalry between the Army and Marines is a sibling rivalry. But there are a few things about US Army soldiers that tend to irk Marines.
The trombone is an interesting instrument. No, wait! Don't go! Seriously, we're building to a point about the military, a soldier, and his trombone.
Ever wonder how Navy SEALs get off of a submarine? This video'll show you all the specialized techniques used to manage underwater pressure.
If the regulations specifically stated one thing, someone out there would try to see how far they can go until the commander writes a memorandum.
Boko Haram, once one of the most feared groups in Africa, is still a problem. Nigeria, however, has decided they aren't putting up with them anymore.
Somehow, ISIS has gotten a hold of weapons purchased by the CIA and Saudi Arabia and dispersed, without permission from either, to allied fighters.
The United States military is experiencing more and more drone attacks in combat zones, and they have a plan to start shooting them down faster.
It looks like the Marine Corps is ready to get their own boats instead of borrowing them from the Navy all the time. Is this the end of water taxis?
He's making a gear list. He's checking it twice. Gonna find out who's boot or grunt. Gunny Clause is coming on base. So stand at ease, kiddos.
Amira Idris designed a device helps amputees experiencing the phenomenon known as phantom limb pain (PLP) — and now she's giving the device to vets.
With everything going on in the world, it's difficult to keep track of every story that pops up. Check the stories you may have missed this week.
A common debate among gun enthusiasts revolves around why the U.S. chose to implement the 5.56mm N.A.T.O. round into service instead of the 7.62mm.
Buy a comfy pair of flip flops — put Afghanistan to work. Buy your lady a sarong — put an Afghan girl through school. This is global democracy, step two.
I hope you're ready for a Star Wars heavy meme cache this week. A lot happened since the last meme call, but c'mon... we know what you really care about.
The Navy operated six small combatants that packed far more firepower than today's Littoral Combat Ship. So, why didn't the Navy keep them?