The Alameda, California based U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche offloaded 39,000 pounds of cocaine Thursday at Naval Base San Diego– including a large bust from a narco sub.
The WWII vintage .303 No. 4 Lee Enfield rifles used by the part-time soldiers of the Canadian Rangers will be given to their users, converted to drill rifles or released to the public.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter suspended efforts by the Pentagon to collect roughly millions of overpayments in the form of bonuses to California guardsmen.
Robert Hoover became a prisoner of war after his plane was shot down during World War II, but made a daring escape by stealing a German fighter plane.
Those who do not – or cannot – immediately pay back the thousands of dollars are faced with legal repercussions, including wage garnishments and tax liens.
During World War II the Royal Navy built some 650 Fairmile B motor launches to keep the Germans on their side of the Channel. One of the last remaining is on eBay.
In a new video giving a behind the scenes look at the Transportation Security Agency, security specialist Craig Ogden explains how he uses his expertise in explosives to provide a critical layer of security.
Engineers at Picatinny Arsenal are in the midst of crafting a generation of transparent explosives that can be used on everything from invisible mines to self-destructing optics.
Iconic gun maker Colt introduced a new M4 model called the Colt Combat Unit, its first ever carbine that features a mid-length gas system, according to Thursday’s announcement.
Employees at the Tucson Goodwill were shocked to find the medal in a box of donations and quickly set out to find its rightful owners.