Turkey is now basically at war with Syria, thanks to Russian bombing that is driving 1 million refugees toward Europe
The fighting threatens to send 1 million refugees into Turkey, which has already taken in nearly four million since the Syrian war began.
The AAV is more than 40 years old, but it remains the "number one vehicle" to storm a beach under fire, a Marine said.
Trump administration will waive 10 federal laws to speed up border wall construction in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas
Trump has used his power to waive environmental impact rules, Tuesday marks the first time it has been used to evade federal procurement requirements.
"Each pier we pull into overseas is different," a sailor said. "They are not like the pier we are used to pulling into every week in Norfolk."
You still need to get around after society crumbles, but without that society, you won't be getting very far.
Rarely seen footage from the battle of Iwo Jima reveals more about the US troops who fought and died there
More than 50 Marine combat cameramen operated across the 8 square miles of Iwo Jima during the battle, likely shooting at least 24 hours of footage.
The US was left alone and humiliated on the world stage as European allies collectively dunked on Trump's 'America First' policy at a major security conference
The Munich Security Conference was themed around the idea of the Western alliance fading, and European allies openly criticized the US's approach.
John Bolton slammed Trump's 'wasted two years' trying to denuclearize North Korea in his first public speech since the impeachment trial
The hawkish former National Security Advisor pulled no punches on North Korea and warned that leader Kim Jong Un was "jiving the Americans."
'You'll love Chapter 14': John Bolton discussed his book and suggested he has a lot more to say about the Trump administration
He also described worrying about "censorship" of his book, Bloomberg reported, saying at a talk at Duke University, "I hope it's not suppressed."
Chinese police reportedly put a professor under house arrest, cut his internet, and kicked him off social media after he criticized President Xi over the coronavirus
Xu Zhangrun, a law professor at the elite Tsinghua University, had published a scathing essay on the Chinese government's handling of the coronavirus.
An A-10 pilot's HGU-55/P helmet gives them a central interface for everything from oxygen supply to communications to flight instruments.
The man suspected of killing an anti-Putin blogger in France fled to Moscow afterwards, and is linked to one of Putin's closest allies, police say
Imran Aliev was found stabbed in a hotel in Lille, France. A police source told Insider that his suspected killer flew to Moscow via Germany.
Trump reportedly urged the CIA to hunt and kill Osama bin Laden's son instead of more pressing terrorist threats
Intelligence officials would reportedly give President Donald Trump lists of top terror targets, but Hamza bin Laden's name was the only one he knew.
Trump's conflict with Iran has taken attention away from ISIS while the terror organization shows strong signs of resilience.
One striking image shows the Marine Corps generals who will have left the Trump administration, after the president praised their service
President Donald Trump previously boasted that his administration was stacked with notable military generals.
Border agents are being deployed to 'sanctuary cities' as the Trump administration escalates its immigration policies
One hundred border patrol agents, including some from an elite tactical team are being sent to 10 sanctuary cities to help local immigration officer.
A major US ally in the Pacific wants to scrap an important military deal with the US, and that may give China an edge
The Philippines wants to end the Visiting Forces Agreement it has with the US. A similar move in the '90s gave Beijing an edge in the South China Sea.
The Trump administration is defying Congress and raiding $1 billion from projects like the America-class assault ship.
Airmen were previously allowed to make a request for religious accommodations, but they were granted on a case-by-case basis.
First Capital Command got its start in Brazil's prisons. Now it's making its mark in prisons in neighboring Paraguay.
While Barr publicly scolds Trump, his DOJ is quietly investigating those in the CIA who probed 2016 Russian interference
Attorney General William Barr claimed that Trump has "never" asked him "to do anything in a criminal case."
Union gunboats roaming the Mississippi during the Civil War didn't just attack the Confederate military
During the Civil War, huge metal monsters roamed the Mississippi River, carrying 75 tons of armor, up to 13 guns, and crews as big as 250 men.
Terrible headaches every morning: A veteran describes the pain of the kind of combat-related brain injury Trump has repeatedly dismissed
It's been 10 years, and a former US soldier is still struggling with the troubling effects of the mild traumatic brain injury he suffered in Afghanistan.
Senate Republicans defied Trump and voted to stop him from taking further military action against Iran
The war-powers resolution sponsored by Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia was heavily opposed by President Donald Trump.
NATO gave Polish firefighters an award for putting out a US Stryker armored vehicle that burst into flames
The Polish firefighters' swift response saved the burning Stryker from being totally lost.
How the Navy pumps 1.3 million gallons of fuel into an aircraft carrier without ever pulling into port
"The primary mission of an aircraft carrier is to fly aircraft, and we need to be able to replenish the jet fuel without having to pull in port."
After decades of failure, the US must get out of the war in Afghanistan before one more American is killed
Opinion: Recent US casualties in Afghanistan have underscored what's been clear for some time: The US war there is unwinnable.
China sacked a brace of top officials in Hubei province, likely in a move to protect Xi Jinping from people's anger over the coronavirus outbreak
Xi Jinping has avoided involving himself in the fight against the Wuhan coronavrius. Experts say it indicates that Beijing wants to dodge the blame.
The US Army is not investigating Lt. Col. Alex Vindman, despite Trump saying he 'certainly' believed it would explore the idea
"We sent him on his way to a much different location, and the military can handle him in any way they want," President Donald Trump said this week.
The Army is competing with the high-paying jobs that experienced Special Forces soldiers can command outside the military.
EC-130H "Compass Call" aircraft are specially modified to disrupt enemy communications and coordination.
A Navy carrier air wing commander became one of the few pilots to achieve 1,200 career carrier landings
Landing on a carrier is no easy feat. Doing it 1,200 times is something only a handful of the Navy's best fliers have ever accomplished.
Australia's government listed 113 native animal species that need 'emergency intervention' in order to survive after its devastating bushfires
Koalas, platypuses, and some species of echidna, possum, potoroo, and dunnart were listed as "high-priority" for government intervention.
Trump suggested that the military might take disciplinary action against Lt. Col. Alex Vindman after he was kicked off the NSC
President Donald Trump said he sent Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman "to a much different location" and "the military can handle him in any way they want."
The fact that Trump keeps proposing cuts, despite pushback from Congress, indicates he really does not support foreign aid.
US allies are 'back in the big carrier business,' but the US isn't so sure how many flattops it'll have in the future
The US and its allies have new aircraft carriers joining their fleets even as US military leaders worry it's "a big target."
Trump says 'I won't be changing my mind' on his view that brain injuries suffered by US troops in Iran's attack are not very serious
A leading veteran's group demanded that Trump apologize for diminishing the traumatic brain injuries suffered by US troops.
A longtime Pacific ally that's key to confronting China is tearing up a major military agreement with the US
The Philippines officially notified the US that it would terminate the Visiting Forces Agreement covering the status of US troops there.
This year's budget request includes more than double what the Army got last year for its new rifle.
China's Communist Party is purging local officials as public anger mounts at coronavirus epidemic that has killed more than 1,000
China has removed high-ranking officials in the Hubei province amid public outcry over the mounting death toll of the coronavirus outbreak.
A US Army drill sergeant is suspended after a profanity-laced shoving match with a recruit in Georgia
Video shows a US Army drill sergeant hitting a recruit after he used profanity. Now the drill sergeant is suspended.
In its latest budget request, the Department of the Navy said it wanted to cut the Corps' active duty end-strength down to 184,100 personnel.
Over 100 US troops have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after Iran's missile attack on US forces in Iraq
Iran hammered US forces in Iraq with over a dozen missiles. Since then, more than 100 US troops have reportedly been diagnosed with brain injuries.
The Pentagon revealed the new paint scheme for Air Force One, and people say it looks like Trump's private jet
Buried in the Pentagon's budget request is a photo that appears to confirm the future Air Force One is getting a red, white, and blue paint job.
The Navy's budget request only includes eight ships, two of which are not warships. The service still has a long way to reach a fleet of 355 ships.
The VA secretary is being accused of digging up dirt on a woman veteran who made a sexual-assault claim
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie says his agency is making marked progress on veterans' care, but he and it are still dogged by scandals.
'I would trust Alex with my life': Trump's decision to boot Lt. Col. Vindman was 'designed to humiliate,' his former Army commander says
"We worked in a pressure-cooker environment in Moscow where you have to trust everybody," Lt. Col. Alex Vindman's former commander told Insider.
The F-16s played the role of adversaries during air-to-air and air-to-surface combat training at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Turkey is so worried about allowing millions of refugees across its border that it's risking a catastrophic war with Syria
Syrian troops killed five Turkish soldiers in northern Syria Monday, the latest escalation between the two nations in an increasingly tense fight.
2 US troops killed and 6 injured in shooting on an Afghanistan Army base amid uncertain plans to withdraw troops
American troops killed the shooter after the Afghan soldier opened fire on the US servicemen at an Army base in Nangarhar.