While the U.S. Marine Corps says its first squadron of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters is fully equipped and ready for war, the Air Force and Navy need more time to catch up.
At least 31 states have legislation on the table that aims to deny the president’s authority to deploy National Guardsmen to combat zones without a declaration of war.
The U.S. Space Force on Wednesday announced it has selected its first small group of soldiers, sailors and Marines who will transfer permanently into the sixth military branch.
Russian ships recently practiced destroying a “carrier strike group of a mock enemy” off the coast of Hawaii, according to a statement from the country’s ministry of defense.
Any day now, the intelligence community is going to release its unclassified report to congress detailing everything it knows about the decades-old UFO phenomena.
Every year, the LST-393 Veterans Museum in Muskegon, Michigan holds a celebration to honor those who lost their lives on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
This massive invasion changed the tide of WWII in Europe, helping the Allies to defeat the Axis powers. Here are five essential facts to know about D-Day.
The following is an excerpt from “Burn-In: A Novel of the Real Robotic Revolution,” by Peter W. Singer and August Cole.