Forgetting for a moment that he was in the middle of a qualifying round for the Olympics, US Army 2LT Sam Kendricks stopped and stood at attention.
She tried to return to the mic to finish her song, but soon shook her head and said, “I can’t do it,” as she was overcome with emotion.
In addition to the treasured and iconic Eagle, Globe and Anchor, Marine special warfare personnel who complete training will receive the new Marine Special Operator uniform insignia.
The four men who worked for the now defunct Sabre Defence pleaded guilty in 2011 to violating the Arms Export Control Act and conspiracy. They all received between 13-18 months in prison.
Sgt. 1st Class Keith Sanderson, a San Antonio native stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado had to make emergency repairs to his gun to replace a faulty trigger while competing at the Olympics
Everything from an M4 Sherman that rolled into Paris to a 1942 BMW R75 motorcycle with sidecar and M42 to a rare Heintz AAA mount for the M2 heavy machine gun are up for grabs.
A Navy enlisted man found with snapshots of his submarine’s classified propulsion system and argued his crime is less than Hillary Clinton’s email scandal picked up a year in prison.
Former Navy Seal Matt Bissonnette was ordered to forfeit more than $6.6 million in earnings as part of a settlement with the U.S. government over his book “No Easy Day”.
The U.S. State Department approved the $60 million sale of military goods — including weapons, equipment, training and support — to the Afghan government, according to Thursday’s announcement.
During the darkest part of the war in the Pacific, a group of Marine Raiders stormed Japanese-held Makin Island. Today one of their Garands left behind is undergoing long-term preservation.