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.
An American military helicopter went down on the north coast of England Tuesday evening, four crew members are reported dead.
Sgt. James Patrick just returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan to his home in Euclid, OH and decided to surprise his first grade daughter at school. The results are pretty adorable.
Two women celebrate their engagement as the U.S. service academies begin to change following the repeal of DADT and end of DOMA.
Tom Hussey created a series of poignant portraits.
Servicemen returning home from deployment have their first moments with their newborn sons and daughters.
“I miss him so much, and although we are confident things will work out, they haven’t yet,” Marine Corps Capt. Matthew Phelps says of his husband, thousands of miles away. Although the Pentagon is forcing states to recognize married same-sex couples, some of its own policies are keeping gay couples apart.
“I just addressed the escort. It is a sworn oath to bring home, to the family, the fallen,” a military officer said. “Today you all did that, you are all escorts, escorts of the heart.”
President Obama signed a bill ensuring members of the military will be paid during the government shutdown, but here are some other effects of the shutdown.
The commander-in-chief’s message to the troops as the government shuts down: “You and your families deserve better than the dysfunction we’re seeing in Congress.” The message was broadcast on Armed Forces Television at midnight Tuesday.
Two years ago today, the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was repealed allowing gay and lesbian members of the military to serve openly. These are the individuals we have to thank.
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The Russian president warns a strike on Syria “will result in more innocent victims and escalation, potentially spreading the conflict far beyond Syria’s borders.”
There is no better feeling.
“No one goes into the military imagining that they’re going to be be able to transition. Nevertheless, each one of those people makes a choice every single day to endure pain and suffering.”
Disturbing footage emerged Friday of an apparently unarmed protester holding his hands in the air displaying peace signs being shot by Egyptian security forces in front of military tanks. WARNING: Graphic footage.
The Commander-In-Chief says sexual assault “undermines” America’s armed forces.
The X-47B unmanned aircraft took off from a naval base in Maryland Wednesday and successfully landed on board the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush off the coast of Virginia, according to the U.S. Navy.
Grab the tissues, this one’s a doozy.
Egyptian military planes flying overhead leave a heart-shaped trail of smoke over the demonstrators in Tahrir Square on Friday.
It’s Pride, everyone’s welcome!
A group of female IDF soldiers are in trouble again, this time for dancing on their IDF-issued guns like stripper poles.
The Israeli media is currently up in arms over a series of incredibly suggestive photos that five female soldiers posted to social media. NSFW. (via mako.co.il)