The unlawful detention of Asian Americans during World War II remains disturbingly relevant
When the U.S. entered the WWII, Americans of Japanese descent were targeted for mass imprisonment.
The Gear List: Save big on a Morakniv bushcraft knife and other high-end gear
One of our favorite bushcraft knives is marked down 20 percent on Amazon.
An ode to the G-Shock, the (un)official watch of the Global War on Terror
More than 40 years of unbreakable timekeeping.
Sailors stuck with expensive housing options after Navy shuts down their barracks
"The Navy expects for most inexperienced sailors to ‘figure it out.’"
Why Air Force pilots spent a day being dragged through the water by a jet ski
“You never know when those skills may be helpful, when all those holes in the Swiss cheese line up."
How the myth that Mr. Rogers was a deadly military sniper began
Won't you be my sniper... I mean neighbor.
Ukraine is now using Russia’s own tanks against them
Ukraine pulled out the Uno reverse card.
The Navy isn’t looking to add nukes to its ships
The Chief of Naval Operations said the Navy needs to focus on other priorities.
Marine Corps investigating death of Marine guard at US embassy in Guatemala
No cause of death has been reported.
More than 10,000 soldiers are coming home from Europe
The troops, sent to bolster NATO forces near Ukraine, will be replaced with fresh units.
The Navy’s newest warship honors Frank Petersen, the Marines’ first Black aviator
Petersen was a "pioneer not just for Marine Corps aviation but for [the] entire naval force."
Air Force special operator awarded Silver Star for saving 4 comrades under fire in 2017 raid
The PJ “selflessly shielded" a wounded comrade with his own body and rendered treatment.
Russian troops are proving that cell phones in war zones are a very bad idea
"If I can find you, I can target you."
This unsettling Army recruitment video is a master class in psychological warfare
“Everything is a weapon. Even this video.”