The U.S. Army celebrates its 238th anniversary this June. Take a look back at over two centuries of true heroes.
The U.S. Navy will no longer communicate exclusively in all capital letters, ending a legacy of teletype machines that dates to the 1850s. Julian Barnes reports on the News Hub.
In June 1944, 5,000 ships and 13,000 aircraft brought and supported 160,000 Allied troops on a 50-mile stretch of French coastline, all in an attempt to bring the occupation of France by Nazi Germany to an end and transform World War II. By the end of June 6, the Allies ...
North Korean State TV airs footage of anti-us demonstrations, as Pyongyang continues to harden its posture. North Korea has threatened a nuclear strike on the United States and missile attacks on its Pacific bases after new U.N. sanctions were imposed after the country's third nuclear weapons test in February. Defense ...
A second U.S. warship redirected to the Asian Pacific. Pentagon Spokesperson George Little.
A look back at some of the iconic images from the war in Iraq.
Mike Drea was just 20 years old when he was killed after an ammunition truck exploded on his base. His family received a government package with Mike’s wallet and some photos — but no ring.
The U.S. Marines selected a new adorable English bulldog puppy named Chesty as their mascot. Chesty will undergo obedience training before he can take over his official duties of marching in parades and supporting events around the capitol region. Patrick Jones has the story.
The Obama administration as well as several American news organisations have kept a drone base in Saudi Arabia a secret for the public