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Meet the first woman to lead elite Army Rangers in combat
“What inspires me as a leader is just the men and women that serve alongside me."
These Marines were the first to try a new infantry training range in SoCal with a million-dollar view
“Whenever we have an opportunity not to go to Twentynine Palms, that’s great.”
Here’s how these soldiers in Syria accidentally made the trippiest war photo ever
"It's a strikingly bizarre military version of a Jackson Pollock.”
Alaska’s first female infantryman has advice for other would-be grunts: ‘YOLO’
"If that’s what you really want to do, all you have to do is work hard, work out, be mentally fit, and just go for it.”
US troops just got their asses handed to them by Lithuanian infantrymen
"We couldn’t see them even when we were right on top of them."
The Army’s new infantry goggles put the ‘Tron’ in ‘Army Strong’
“This changes how we operate honestly."
Army identifies infantryman found dead at Fort Bliss
Rest in Peace.
Foul play suspected in Fort Drum soldier’s death
“We are devastated."
The Marine Corps is considering merging all infantry jobs into just one MOS
Commandant Gen. David Berger has prioritized redesigning the Marine infantry battalion as part of a 10-year plan to modernize the Corps
70 years later, the cold of ‘frozen Chosin’ Reservoir still haunts Army vet
"I would never have believed that you could live on the ground at 40 (degrees) below zero."
The Army is considering changing the size of its infantry squads
"This study intends to determine the optimal size of the Infantry Squad considering the integration of new and next-generation capabilities (NGSW, IVAS, etc)"
Marine Corps boots infantryman investigated for sharing alleged white supremacist material
He was booted on Sept. 11, 2020.
Watch new infantry recruits experience the Army’s replacement for drill sergeant ‘shark attacks’
"How 'easy' does this look?"
The Marine Corps is investigating a deployed machine-gunner who seems to be a Nazi fanboy
More than two dozen Marines have been investigated over extremist or racist ties since 2017, including at least one officer.
She was born in a Russian prison and became a trailblazing infantry Marine
18-year-old Maria Daume’s path to the yellow footprints of Parris Island, South Carolina, which will culminate in her graduation on Jan. 13 before later heading off to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry, began years ago in a prison in Siberia, Russia, where she was born.
A Marine reflects on how a sinking amphibious assault vehicle symbolizes the entire Corps
Inside a track, I watched men snap like I’d only seen during torture scenes on film.
This former Knicks center ditched the NBA to lead an Army infantry platoon
‘My soldiers can always find me … because I’m about twice as big as the other guys.'
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
A Marine grunt really wanted a sleeve tattoo, so he created a petition. It has nearly 45,000 signatures
A Marine infantryman stationed created a petition calling on the Corps to allow him (and others) to get full-sleeve tattoos. To date it already has 44,800 signatures.
Camp Pendleton Marine under investigation for allegedly sharing white supremacist material online
The Marines are investigating an infantryman based at Camp Pendleton for potential violations of the Pentagon's policy against extremism, according...
The Marine Corps is eyeing a version of the Army’s Next-Gen Squad Weapon
A Marine Corps official told lawmakers that the service is interested in the Army's Next Generation Squad Weapon as a potential option for ground-combat units.
Infantry Evolution Army Marines From Rome to Rifles v3
In this video, we discover the cultural changes that played an unseen hand in the development of warfare. Did you...
Where Will the Infantry Fight Future Wars?
Why is the US military investing half a billion bucks into fighting underground? Drone swarms and chemical attacks could destroy...
How Infantry Warfare Evolved in Military History
The infantry has changed from Ancient Rome to the modern conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this video, we discover...
Why Did the Military Replace their Official Pistol?
We went from the legendary .45 M1911 to the loathed M9 Berretta and now we're switching to the new SIG...