Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Gunsmiths key to success of Army Marksmanship Unit
Becoming a member of the shop is not as simple as telling a recruiter that you want to be a gunsmith, or applying for the job as a civilian because you like guns.
Video: Marines in firefight in Afghanistan
Check out this helmet cam video of Marines in a firefight in Afghanistan.
Video: B-2 celebrates 25th anniversary
Twenty-five years ago, a small core of Northtrop Grumman engineers, technicians and test pilots launched the stealth bomber program.
Amos: Smaller Marine Corps will deploy more
Marine commandant warns that with 70 percent of USMC operational, more support personnel cuts will push corps to the brink.
Our unwillingness to defend ourselves
Today’s Americans tolerate what would have been unthinkable years ago.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Clyde E. Lassen
Low on fuel and taking hostile fire, this Navy helicopter pilot rescued downed pilots.
Meet the Caliph
The threat everyone except President Obama and his inner circle saw coming.
Interview: ‘American Sniper’ co-author talks about his new SEAL sniper novel ‘Target America’
The co-author of Chris Kyle’s “American Sniper” memoirs talks about Kyle and his second Navy SEAL sniper novel.
Obama, Muslim Brotherhood, and Mideast chaos: Presidential Study Directive 11
Shedding some light on how, and why, the United States helped bring the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies to power.
Dempsey: America sent troops because it wants a stable Iraq
Dempsey said American forces will match the troop commitment to the threat.