A Marine spent his 10 days of pre-deployment with his 3-year-old son celebrating the holidays he would miss while away from home.
As House and Senate efforts to reform the National Security Council gain traction, a new survey shows concern among defense policymakers and stakeholders that President Obama’s coalition of senior national security advisers and cabinet officials is too large.
Congress is considering legislation that would strip military personnel of the right to choose what type of shoes they wear during physical training exercises, a move opponents in Congress and at the Pentagon say would be costly and increase the risk of injury.
The House Rules Committee on Monday struck an amendment to an annual defense bill that would have required women to register for the military draft.
Threats emanating from the Middle East, including those caused by ISIS and the Syrian civil war, cannot be contained and therefore require the United States significantly ramp up its military commitments in the region, according to a new report.
U.S. Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Robert Neller said Monday that the Pentagon is not replacing worn-down equipment for troops fast enough.
Airmen at Travis Air Force Base in California are playing life-size games of Hungry Hungry Hippos for training.
Sarah Rudder, a former U.S. Marine who lost a leg in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, won seven medals during the international Invictus Games put on for wounded service members earlier this week.