A U.S. soldier trying to make his escape after a failed mission must survive 52 hours in the same spot in the trailer for the new military thriller "Mine."
The Army's new 105 mm low blast overpressure muzzle brake for the M119 Howitzer is the first large caliber muzzle brake built specifically for an existing gun system.
Combat instructor and Special Forces vet Aaron Barruga examines the troubles with introducing non-lethal weapons into warfare after the Yemen raid.
Magpul's Cody Carroll, also a USMC Captain, has broken the USMC parachute landing record by landing at 15,000 feet at Ama Dablam in the Himalayas last November.
The first-ever female Marines in a ground combat unit will sleep next to their male squad members when they're training in the field.
One of the most well-respected veterans on the planet, Craig 'Sawman' Sawyer, speaks with fellow veteran Aaron Barruga on a plethora of issues.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis issues first note to uniformed and civilian members of his department just hours after being sworn in.
The first operational F-35 squadron has been sent to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan for deployment.
Col. Edmund J. Bowen, the nation's longest-serving marine, has called it a career after over four decades of service.
The USAF has outfitted 19 A-10 Thunderbolt IIs with a new system that enables pilots to better communicate with people on the ground.
The first three female infantry Marines will serve as a rifleman, machine gunner and mortar Marine in 1st Battalion, 8th Marines.
The Army has started administering its Occupational Physical Assessment Test, or OPAT, for new recruits and soldiers transferring to a different MOS.