Rep. Jim Banks (R., Ind.) introduced legislation on Wednesday that would bolster school choice amongst military families, aiming to lessen the strain of frequent moves.
The Pentagon is preparing for war should China, Russia, or other adversaries attack vital American satellites and other space systems, a senior Pentagon official told Congress on Wednesday.
The Chinese government announced Monday that it will raise defense spending by 8.1 percent in 2018 in a continued effort to expand its military capabilities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in language suggesting the start of a new Cold War, revealed Russia is building nuclear-powered cruise missiles, drone submarines, and other strategic arms designed to attack the United States.
Russia has failed to use its influence with the Bashar al-Assad regime to end the ongoing war in Syria, acting instead as a destabilizing force to undercut the U.S. diplomatic mission there, the top American commander in the Middle East said Tuesday.
The U.S. Marine Corps has relaxed hiking standards for prospective officers seeking to graduate from the service’s punishing Infantry Officer Course amid disquieting attrition rates.
Nearly three-quarters of young Americans are ineligible to serve in the United States military due to obesity, criminal record, or lack of education, according to a new report by the Heritage Foundation.
The Marine Corps failed to reach out to seven special operations Marines exonerated from false accusations of war crimes, despite the assurances of top leaders to Congress.
A California teacher and Democratic councilman who sparked controversy in January for denigrating the military has refused to step down from his seat on the Pico Rivera city council, even after the body passed a resolution calling for his resignation.
Missouri Attorney General and 2018 Senate candidate Josh Hawley (R.) on Monday invited President Donald Trump to hold a military parade in his state.