A Chinese national was sentenced to 30 months in U.S. prison for smuggling military-grade weapons to China, including sophisticated night vision and thermal imaging rifle scopes.
U.S. military generals are preparing a formal request to President Obama that would urge him to deploy hundreds of additional troops into Iraq to advance the fight against ISIS, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
There are now more non-military government employees who carry guns than there are U.S. Marines, according to a new report.
The Pentagon will lift the ban on transgender individuals serving openly in the military in the upcoming weeks, Defense Department sources told reporters.
Four U.S. military advisers were wounded in Syria earlier this month, CNN reported Monday.
Gen. John Nicholson, the new commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, has delivered his first three-month report of the situation in the country.
Hillary Clinton recently said that she supports legislation that would require women to register for the military draft, despite polling that shows female Americans narrowly oppose the idea.
A captain in the U.S. Army Reserve was among the 49 victims killed in Orlando, Florida, Sunday in the deadliest domestic terror attack since 9/11.
The full Senate on Tuesday voted to pass annual defense legislation that includes language that would require women to register for the draft.
Republican lawmakers led by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) unveiled a foreign policy agenda that makes the case for a more active America abroad and strong NATO, running counter to some of the proposals of presumptive nominee Donald Trump.