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This Roman soldier’s 1,900-year-old payslip confirms the green weenie is immortal
Turns out that getting screwed over by the green weenie is a time-honored military tradition that dates back centuries
Veterans need to be honest about their loneliness and boredom after serving
The best and worst thing about being in the military is that it is all-consuming.
The hazing death of a Muslim Marine recruit at Parris Island may become a TV series
The series will use a 2017 New York Times Magazine article as the basis for the script.
‘Halt, or I’ll shoot’ — An Army veteran reflects on Operation Desert Storm
“I don’t know any Arab except ‘Halt, or I’ll shoot!’”
The darkest moment in ‘Jaws’ had nothing to do with *that* shark
'Eleven hundred men went into the water. 316 men come out, the sharks took the rest...'
New movie ‘Cherry’ tells the true(ish) story of an Iraq War vet who became a bank robber
"On a very basic level, it isn’t what happened to me."
What this Looney Tunes painting can teach us about the Global War on Terror
What's up with counterterrorism, doc?
We spoke with the Marine from this viral Inauguration Day photo with Lady Gaga
"She genuinely wanted to do well that day, she wanted to sing the national anthem for all Americans."
The National Guard’s new recruiting pitch: The world is a dumpster fire, but you can fix it
They're not wrong.
We salute Portland’s Army Corps of Engineers for trolling the hell out of a bot on Facebook
The Army Corps of Engineers is feeling cute and we're here for it.
More than a century after World War I, the Harlem Hellfighters’ nickname is finally official
“That was such a glaring error."
We salute the Army crew who named their tank ‘Come And Take It’
Extremely appropriate given that this M1 Abrams is assigned to Task Force Spartan in Kuwait.
These soldiers singing inside the Library of Congress will give you chills
The acoustics inside the iconic library carry the song to new, chilling heights.
The Army can’t officially say who is an ‘Army Ranger’
It took the U.S. Army more than two days to answer the question: When are you officially a Ranger?
76 years ago, Audie Murphy earned his Medal of Honor with nothing but a burning tank destroyer’s .50 cal and insane bravery
On January 26, 1945, the most decorated service member of World War II earned his legacy in a fiery fashion.
The adorable story of Scoff, the plushy ducky who flies in an F-15
Tab or Scroll: Inside the contentious debate over who’s an Army Ranger
It's settled... Or is it?
A beloved blade and other everyday carry items of America’s former top first responder
"I’m generally averse to wearing a coat and tie."
‘An over-patterned couch’ — Airmen can’t wait to say goodbye forever to their tiger stripe ABUs
‘As stylish as a fat collar and polyester bell-bottoms'
Meet the US Marine building electric skateboards and robots in his spare time
Get outta here with the "crayon eaters" trope.
30 years after Desert Storm, an Air Force general says we’ve forgotten the lessons that made it so successful
"War is violence. Any politician that sends people into war is sending people into violence."
12 military books we’d love to see adapted to movies and TV shows
Matterhorn. About Face. The Last Stand of The Tin Can Sailors... the list goes on.
In other news, the Coast Guard has recovered a stolen tiki hut boat
“Don’t drink and boat!”