- Oct. 20, 2014
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Sixty years ago, the nation declared its first Veterans Day celebration.
Writer-director David Ayer makes no bones about his overarching goal with his new World War II action film, 'Fury': to nail the realism of armored combat in that conflict.
Ray Stewart may be 91, but he still keenly remembers his combat experiences as a tank gunner with 66th Armored Regiment, 2nd Armored 'Hell on Wheels' Division in 1944.
A new study finds that eating disorder diagnoses in the U.S. military remain somewhat rare, but perhaps not surprisingly, female troops are 20 times more likely to have such issues than males.
Which is better at building at hard bodies: CrossFit or standard Army physical training?
Director David Ayer went to great pains to make sure his upcoming war film 'Fury,' which opens in theaters on Oct. 17, gives audiences an authentic look at life and death in combat.
Hunting camps are in full swing all across North America, and the grand tradition of tailgating parties is holding strong at football stadium parking lots.
After three losses in a row, Navy was ready to accept any sort of win headed into a bye week.
Navy could be without injured quarterback Keenan Reynolds in Saturday's game against Virginia Military Institute.
Researchers have determined that several dietary supplements some of which are available in GNC stores on military bases contain a synthetic stimulant never tested in humans.
It's just before noon on a warm fall morning, and Army Capt. Aaron Berg is sipping from an icy bottle of beer aboard a 45-foot motor yacht dubbed 'At Ease.'
Linkin Park the Agoura Hills, California, band known for its edgy blend of rap, rock and metal, and dynamic collaborations with artists from Jay-Z to Steve Aoki recently teamed with Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America to draw attention to the pro
An Army veteran who lost an arm and a leg to roadside bomb in Iraq took top honors in the 'Ultimate Men's Health Guy' contest announced Oct. 7 on NBC's Today Show.
Fall in place, readers, for autumn in new work with topics that range from COIN to comic books, college football to canines, commanding, casualties and Section 60. Themes range from strategy to no strategy, and from loss to hope. Here's a guide:
An Army veteran wounded in Iraq made a unique ceremonial first pitch before Game 2 of the NL Division Series, crawling toward the mound and then lobbing the baseball as if it were a grenade.
Elmo and his friends hit a 500k milestone at Fort Benning, Ga.: They've entertained more than half a million troops and families around the world.
Kale Pearson has Air Force halfway to the White House by taking it to the house three times.
Over the summer, Air Force built a trophy case in the locker room to house one thing and one thing only the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
If you're looking for some cinematic firefights after Christmas Day presents and brunch, you're in luck.
Discovery Channel's 'Dual Survival' reality star Joseph Teti, a former Army and Marine Corps special operator, has been disavowed by the Special Forces Association and stripped of his membership with the group.
It would be tough to script a better opening line for a story from Jay Leno:
Army Master Sgt. Kerensa Crum wasn't expecting much when she walked into an early screening of 'Fort Bliss,' a new movie about the struggles of a single mom in the military.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is taking a close look at the military's ties to the National Football League amid a spate of domestic violence scandals involving high-profile athletes.
A new Wi-Fi service is being rolled out over the next year in barracks and dormitories for soldiers, airmen and Marines.
Jordan Weisman is frustrated with a monster he helped create.