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.
World Series of Fighting CEO Carlos Silva said they aren’t just looking for good fighters, they’re looking for guys with great stories.
The attorney for a Navy enlisted man found with snapshots of his submarine’s classified propulsion system argues his crime is less than Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
The USAF currently maintains a small but strategic bomber force made up of three different types of aircraft. All three made an appearance in Guam this month.
A firearm auction house drew the ire of anti-gun activists conflating a pistol auction with a fundraising initiative for the National Rifle Association.
The Pedersen Device was a wonder weapon that turned the standard Springfield 1903 into a semi-auto pistol-caliber rifle with a bulky 40-round mag.
The BBC has obtained images of British special forces units operating in Syria and their war machines are a throwback to their old desert WWII roots.
Army vet Cameron Kerr, who earned a Purple Heart after losing a leg in Afghanistan, started the page to help “fly him to the conflict zone of his choosing.”