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The U.S. and partners launched dozens of strikes on terror targets in Syria Monday night. Photos and videos offered a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the offensive.
Some reports have begun to emerge that civilians were killed.
These photos are just too cute.
Citing Moscow’s actions in Ukraine, the French government said conditions were “not right” for the warship delivery.
The White House announced the troop deployment Tuesday following the beheading of a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff. The new personnel will be part of a now 820-person force providing U.S. diplomatic security.
A Massachusetts Air National Guard jet went down near Deerfield, Va. Wednesday. Military officials on Thursday said the pilot had died.
A team of military advisers arrived Wednesday to assess the conditions of refugees that have fled ISIS. The team determined that there are fewer stranded Yazidis than previously thought.
Here’s what American military members and Iraq War veterans are saying on the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper about the tense situation in Iraq.
Video released Sunday evening by the U.S. military shows an airdrop into northern Iraq from the day before.
Some heroes are four-legged. With Service Dog Appreciation week approaching, we celebrate and remember six incredible dogs of war.
“Together, all of you remind us that America is and always has been a nation of immigrants,” President Obama said.
Newly elected president Petro Poroshenko declared a national day of mourning and vowed an “appropriate response.”
Military officials said Friday that the U.S. soldier “looked good” after arriving back in the United States and is working with health professionals.
There’s few moments in life as beautiful as what happens at 01:42.
On Monday, Americans gathered in every state to honor fallen military service members.
The announcement by the Thai army came before dawn Tuesday in a surprise move as the country’s political crisis continues.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says reports of sexual assault in the military have increased 50% over the past year.
Counter terrorism is a £3.5 billion industry in the U.K. alone. We went to the industry’s biggest trade show to find out what you could buy — and found some weird stuff.
On military fiction, the stories through which we attempt to understand combat, and Cara Hoffman’s Be Safe I Love You.
This video from UkrStream.tv appears to mark the first time that one of the unidentified soldiers swarming the Ukrainian region has identified himself as Russian.
The White House and State Department remain focused on diplomatic rhetoric and the threat of sanctions as Russia continues its push into Ukraine.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand held a hearing on sexual assault in the military two days after the Military Justice Improvement Act was blocked in the Senate.
Research has been under way on the Tactical Light Operator Suit for years and they will become a reality in June.
Adm. William McRaven, head of U.S. Special Operations Command and architect of the Osama Bin Laden raid, is spearheading an effort to get more women and minorities into America’s elite combat units.
Anonymous confessions on the secret-sharing app Whisper capture the complicated lives of soldiers in the field and at home.
Because service dogs don’t only help people who cannot see, but also the people who have seen too much.