The Multi-Utility Tactical Transport (MUTT) is the Marines’ new best friend and it speaks fluent Ma Deuce. Moreover, it has a buddy with a Mini-Gun.
This week the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed the 2017 defense authorization act– but hidden inside its pages is a section that could destroy the military’s current stock of surplus rifles and pistols.
“John Doe” was found electrocuted in Harlem in 1997. Other than a 1st Force Recon tattoo and physical description, authorities seem to have little to go on.
The House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday, as part of their 2017 policy bill for the military, narrowly gave the green light for women over 18 to register for selective service.
Lance Cpl. Jamen Miller is a Body Bearer that has help lay to rest nearly 200 Marines in his year with 8th & I at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C..
The first photo was taken in Oceanside, California before they shipped off for Vietnam and the new one, while taken in Florida a half-century later, is faithful to the original.
Back in early 2004, I was quietly told about Pentagon secret talks regarding making women…
If you’re a glutton for punishment, like many servicembers are, you’ll soon be able to lay rounds downrange with a semi-auto version of the SAW, courtesy of FNH USA.
Search and rescue operations are underway in Hawaii for two Marine helicopters and their 12 currently unaccounted for Marines.
Killed in WWII at the Battle of Tarawa, Medal of Honor recipient 1st Lt. Alexander Bonnyman, Jr., is on the way home to Tennessee to be buried next to his parents.