When firepower isn't an option, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer can be pretty agile.
Three MiG jockeys found out the hard way that the BUFF could protect itself from its six.
Approximately 3,500 brave troops have earned our nation's highest honor. Crafting such an important medal takes precision, dedication, and extreme care.
From the flat lands of Parris Island to sunny San Diego, these Marines state who they believe had the tougher training.
Gun-camera footage shows how Israeli pilots took control of the skies in the opening hours of the Six-Day War which was launched 50 years ago this week.
Bill Joerger, Marine veteran and South Philly firefighter, uses his culinary talents to help his men combat the stresses they face every day.
Drafted into the Army in 1968, George Lang graduated boot camp and went right into advanced infantry training before heading off to the jungles of Vietnam.
For this former US Marine, he uses his military service as fuel the music that represents him and the experiences while serving in the Corps.
Every day, young Americans walk into their local recruiting office wanting to join the Corps. This recruiting tool can influence anyone to sign up.
A force-on-force exercise is under investigation for "descending into chaos" as some of the UK's best troops fought each other with fists and clubs.
Interservice rivalry will be a tradition long after anyone reading this is dead. One of the biggest rivalries is between the Air Force and Marines.
Ukraine's military prosecutor's office said investigators were treating the explosions and fire as an act of sabotage.
After a semester in enemy territory, Cadets and Mids are marched across the field and exchanged at the 50-yard line of the annual Army-Navy Game.
Out of hundreds of troops on base at any given time, could you tell, at a glance, the combat troops from those who support them? No? Then look no further.
The mission of the Boeing EA-18G Growler is to use jammers or HARMs to put the enemy's "eyes" out of commission and give allies an airborne advantage.
Medics are commonly targeted on the battlefield by enemies to take them out of the fight. Without the "Docs" around, the patrol can't correctly function.
Maybe you're picking your MOS based off what you can get. Maybe you're choosing by cool points. When it comes to cool points, one MOS reigns: Fister.
Gochujang is going to be the flavor of 2018. Leave it to an Army Ranger to lead the way in creating one of the tastiest takes on the Korean sauce.
The most stressful time for a naval aviator isn't when he is being shot at by enemy aircraft, it's when he's trying to land on a carrier.
The United States Air Force takes on one of the most important Christmas missions of all - tracking Santa. So they deserve a lot of Christmas loot.
CEO Daniel Alarik has made the domination of crowded fields into an art form. His latest venture, a tactical subscription box company, is the Mona Lisa.
Looking for the perfect gift for the salty veteran in your life and fast running out of ideas? Put those 72 koozies down and check out Medals of America.
Colin Wayne went from an Army National Guardsman to a fitness model to...a steel worker? Wayne’s company, Redline Steel, creates art from steel.
Col. Ted Studdard never imagined he'd have a 25-year career in the Marines, but he's got some pro tips to share now that he's a bonafide "mustang."
Blanco Cigar, a company built and run by a first generation American with Cuban roots, has its ups and downs, but generated over a million dollars in 2017.