Featured by Matthew Cox, Military.com
Soldiers are testing a new M240 suppressor that miraculously doesn’t suck
“You can fire the M240 and have a conversation right next to it.”
How the Army’s futuristic new goggles are changing the mechanics of shooting, according to soldiers
After testing out the latest version of the Army's smart-soldier goggles, infantrymen from the 82nd Airborne Division say combat marksmanship definitely changes when wearing the Individual Integrated Visual Augmentation System...
The Army is testing ammo-hauling drones to resupply soldiers during a firefight
Army maneuver officials are testing quadcopter drones capable of carrying ammunition, water and other supplies into battle, a "promising" concept that could eliminate the danger of resupplying infantry units in...
A few lucky trainees just became the first to snag the Army’s new ‘pink and greens’ uniform
Army privates at Fort Sill, Oklahoma are the lucky first trainees to receive the service's new World War II-style dress uniform
Soldiers are about to get their hands on some improved next-generation squad weapons for testing
Textron Systems is preparing to deliver a new batch of Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW) prototypes to the Army, featuring improvements from recent soldier testing.
Soldiers won’t have to pass the Army Combat Fitness Test to graduate initial training
The Army has suspended a rule requiring new enlisted soldiers and officers to pass the Army Combat Fitness Test to graduate initial military training through next year
The Army is pivoting to a kinder, gentler start to basic training
The U.S. Army has replaced the chaotic reception recruits entering basic training have long received from shouting drill sergeants with a training event designed to create a bond with their...
This Air Force unit has been fighting alongside Army Rangers almost every day since 9/11
The Air Force typically doesn't get a lot of credit for close-range ground combat missions, but there is one unit that has fought alongside Army Rangers almost every day since...
Army sergeant major will be the first living member of Delta Force to receive the Medal of Honor
Payne will receive the Medal of Honor on Sept. 11.
More than 60 Fort Benning soldiers have been punished for violating COVID-19 rules
Army officials at Fort Benning, Georgia have gotten serious about enforcing COVID-19 restrictions by handing down punishments under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and administrative discipline to more than...
The ‘deadliest’ Marine on Parris Island reveals the secrets to his record-setting shooting
Marine Pfc. Austin Farrell made headlines when he earned the title of deadliest shot at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, but the 21-year-old who grew up shooting in Culpepper,...
The Army approves push-ups and PT as punishments for minor infractions
The Army recently published an update to its command policy that encourages sergeants to drop soldiers for push-ups or order extra physical training to correct minor screw-ups as an alternative...
Army moves to kick out 3 unit leaders after deadly Bradley accident in South Korea
The Army's 1st Cavalry Division has ordered changes to its driver training program and is kicking two company-level officers and a staff sergeant out of the Army as the result...
Fort Hood soldier killed while assisting vehicle accident scene
Army officials on Tuesday released the name of a Fort Hood, Texas, soldier who died after being injured at the scene of an auto accident in the town of Killeen
Navy one-stars take more risks while Marines value discipline, study finds
A new RAND Corp. study offers a report card for each of the U.S. military's systems to create generals and admirals that could shape the Pentagon's future approach to building...
The Army just wrapped up its first robot combat vehicle experiment. Here’s what it learned
U.S. Army modernization officials are about to finish the service's first experiment to see whether the Robotic Combat Vehicle effort can make units more deadly on the future battlefield
These bases will be the first to receive the Army’s new ‘pink and greens’ uniform
Army uniform officials have released an updated plan to field the new World War II-style Army Green Service Uniform (AGSU) at select bases beginning later this year
The Sergeant Major of the Army is declaring war on your DFAC deep fryer
The sergeant major of the Army said Thursday that eating right may be more important for soldier fitness than the new Army Combat Fitness Test. But don't look for him...
The Army won’t ban Confederate flag displays without the Pentagon’s approval
U.S. Army leaders on Thursday announced an effort to reduce racial bias and foster inclusion in the ranks but will not ban the display of the Confederate flag without Pentagon...
Female soldier completes final phase of Special Forces training for first time in decades
A female National Guard soldier has successfully completed the final stage of the Army's Special Forces Qualification Course (Q Course), but she's not a Green Beret yet
One of the Army’s potential Black Hawk replacements just hit a major speed milestone
The SB-1 Defiant prototype is currently competing against the V-280 Valor prototype, developed by Textron Inc. and Bell, in the Army's Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) effort
The National Guard won’t punish soldiers who took a knee amid nationwide protests
Roughly 42,700 National Guard members have been deployed all over the United States since a surge of protests broke out after the May 25 death of George Floyd, an unarmed...
The Army will soon have female grunts and tankers in all brigade combat teams
Currently, 601 women are in the process of entering the infantry career field and 568 are joining the armor career field, according to the Army
National Guard soldier killed in shootout while assisting fellow law enforcement officers
North Dakota National Guard 1st Lt. Cody Holte was serving as a Grand Forks Police officer when he was killed Wednesday responding to fellow law enforcement officers in a police-related...