They may not be deadly, but some of the nonlethal weapons the Marine Corps is working on look pretty devastating.
Officials with North American Rescue, which creates the lifelike TOMManikin, are pushing new tools for training medics.
Marine Corps leaders are looking to self-driving ships that will keep the enemy guessing.
The Marine Corps is considering using a massive drone not unlike its MV-22B Osprey to protect ships.
Marines who spend much of their day lifting hefty ammunition or moving pallets full of gear could soon get a helping hand.
Marines in fire-support units can now coordinate artillery, mortar and naval gunfire from a handy, ruggedized tablet.
Troops have been testing a new camouflage net they can throw over their heads to conceal themselves from enemy drones.
New storage containers that can keep blood fresh for up to three days could change battlefield medicine.
The new lightweight body armor system offers better mobility with improved fits.
BeaverFit's new Air Delivery Platform lets troops rappel from 60-foot towers built to mimic helicopter exits and skids.
The Pentagon plans to build 100 B-21s so far, six of which are in development.
The infantryman with the 10th Mountain Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team are accused of being involved in the drugging and...
The Old Guard told Military.com that the most recent deaths are unrelated and also not connected to deaths in February.
One of the allegations of negligence is that Sig Sauer equipped a U.S. Army version of the P320 with a manual safety that...
Under the program, the service can recruit and contract up to 7,500 prospective sailors this year who fall under what the...