U.S. Marine SSgt Ian Fowler with School of Infantry-East (SOI-E), plays a evil clown for the haunted MOUT at the Fall Festival on Camp Geiger, N.C., Oct. 23, 2015.
These Military Ghost Stories Will Have You Hiding Under Your Woobie
Ghosts of American service members haunt battlefields, ships, and barracks all across the country.
Gakwonsa Temple, Cheonan, South Korea.
Korean Architecture Still Shows The Effects Of War 70 Years Later
Art and architecture show the influence of war long after the bullets stop flying.
NURISTAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, fire mortar rounds at suspected Taliban fighting positions during Operation Mountain Fire, in the village of Barge Matal in eastern Nuristan province, Afghanistan, July 12.
Watch: 15 Years Of War In Afghanistan, A Timeline
This month marks the 15th anniversary of the start of the Afghan War, which is still being fought.
Was Hitler Stoned Throughout World War II?
A new book claims that Adolf Hitler was battling severe drug addiction throughout World War II and the Holocaust.
4 Firefight Photos From Afghanistan’s Deadliest Province
Here are four incredible photos from the most dangerous province in Afghanistan, during the war’s deadliest year.
Legendary Golfer Arnold Palmer Got His Start In The Coast Guard
Before he was a golfer, Arnold Palmer was a yeoman in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Paratroopers engage insurgents in southern Ghazni province
These 5 Photos Capture The Chaos Of Afghanistan’s Fighting Season
Here are five photos that perfectly capture the chaos of the fighting season in Ghazni province, Afghanistan.
A grimacing infantryman returns fire with his M249 squad automatic weapon. Food, water, and ammunition had to be flown in to the isolated outposts the soldiers operated out of.
5 Incredible Firefight Photos From One Of Afghanistan’s Deadliest Provinces
Here are five amazing photos from a firefight in Afghanistan’s Kunar province during one of the deadliest years in the war.
A panel from the instructions printed on the flameless ration heater shows the phrase “rock or something.”
Here’s The Ridiculous Story Behind A ‘Rock Or Something’
How “rock or something” became a phrase recognized across the military.
Soviet submarine B-59 with a U.S. Navy helicopter overhead in Oct. 1962.
A Soviet Nuclear Torpedo, An American Destroyer, And The Cuban Missile Crisis
A former naval officer recalls how nuclear Armageddon almost started at sea in October 1962.
The USS Independence in San Francisco Bay, 1943.
Watch A Research Team Explore The Wreckage Of A Scuttled World War II Ship
Tonight, researchers will be live streaming a mission to explore the USS Independence off the coast of San Francisco.
A photo composite shows Marine fighter ace Gregory “Pappy” Boyington and a A Vought F4U Corsair.
MOH Recipient ‘Pappy’ Boyington Was A Brawler, Drinker, And Legendary Fighter Ace
How Medal of Honor and Navy Cross recipient Gregory “Pappy” Boyington led the Marine Corps’ storied Black Sheep Squadron to victory during World War II.
Christian Golczynski, 8, receives the flag that covered the coffin of his father, U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Marcus Golczynski, from Lt. Col. Ric Thompson during a graveside service in Wheeler, Tenn.
The 8 Most Iconic War Photos Of All Time
Some of the most iconic photographs in modern history have been taken during wartime.
During the Civil War, criminals were sometimes branded with the first letter of their crime on various parts of the body — usually the forehead
10 Brutal Punishments That Used To Be Legal In The Military
Next time you cry about having to work an extra CQ shift, remember that in the past you could have been flogged.