Lewis Millet's bayonet charge didn't just change a battle, it changed the geography of the war.
Peace on the Korean peninsula is still on hold 68 years after the armistice.
Japan’s “rising sun” flag is a focus of anger at the Olympics, with some in the Koreas, China and other Asian nations calling...
To honor the Coast Guard's August 4th birthday: five stories to remind you the Coast Guard punches way above its weight.
On August 7, take a moment to hear a wounded veteran's story and learn what the Purple Heart means.
After using a little marijuana to try to get some sleep, the enemy attacked. Despite the drug, Peter Lemon was ready.
Charles-Etienne Gudin's remains were found in Smolensk in July 2019 by a team of French and Russian archaeologists.
The two men stared at each other, pistols ready, in the Libyan desert like something out of a western movie.
The Philadelphia Experiment is one of the most grotesque military urban legends ever.
When ground fighting gets close, warfighters reach for their sidearms to save the day.
A former Air Force intelligence analyst has been sentenced to 45 months in prison for leaking classified information.
The mandate comes despite the fact that the Defense Department does not have a vaccination requirement for the rest of the...
In 2015, three Ku Klux Klan members hatched a plot to murder a Black man who recently had been released from a state prison.
A U.S. Air Force officer has thanked a British photographer whose quick action ensured he landed safely after an engine in...
A version of the agency's mission statement included in a Federal Register notice last week stripped gender pronouns from...