Mattis: 'If we fail to adapt … then our military forces will lose'Mattis delivered the keynote address at the Air Force Association’s annual Air and Space Conference.
STRATCOM Chief: 'If the United States is attacked, we will respond'US Air Force Gen. John Hyten discussed the challenges of nuclear deterrence.
What to do before, during, and after a hurricaneHurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, peaking between mid-August and late October.
The youngest Marine to receive the Medal of Honor escaped death twiceJacklyn H. Lucas joined the Marines when he was 14. Yes, really.
The story behind this iconic photoIt turns out there is a little more to the story than we thought.
This Army Captain couple is about to scratch off the last of 59 national parks this weekendMilitary personnel and their families can get a free annual pass online that’s valid at more than 2,000 federal recreation sites, including the parks.
How an aspiring teen journalist scored a one-on-one with MattisSecretary of Defense James Mattis actually called him back FOUR times to schedule the interview.
The Pentagon explains its consideration policy for veterans requesting upgrades to dischargesThe "liberal consideration" policy tries to ease the burden on veterans and give them a fair chance at upgrading their discharge.
Entire Texas National Guard activated as Harvey continues to cripple HoustonThe total number of deployed Guard members is now roughly 12,000.
It's National Airborne Day! Here's a look at 77 years of Airborne operationsOur nation’s airborne divisions have played integral roles in major operations dating back to World War II, so it’s pretty fitting they have a day to themselves to be honored.
Marine competes at the Warrior Games for 9/11 victims and for those suffering from PTSDMarine Corps Staff Sgt. James Dunaway recommends events like the Warrior Games or any adaptive sports to anyone who may be wounded, ill or injured.