Two U.S. soldiers looking for a drink and a bar in which to watch a soccer game in Bogata, Colombia instead ran into a ‘tomaseas’ scam — local slang for adding a drug to someone’s drink in order to rob ...

The United States will withdraw hundreds of troops from Niger in West Africa, ending its military presence there months after the military junta running the country post-coup called for American forces to leave “with immediate effect.”  The decision, multiple outlets ...

The threat of small drones and how they are implemented has changed the way the military trains for war. Some drones are used as a reconnaissance platform for detecting troop movements, while others are rigged with hardware to drop grenades ...

U.S. and allied forces are shooting down drones over Iraq and Syria after Iran launched hundreds of uncrewed aerial vehicles toward Israel. The intercepts after Iran began the attack in retaliation for the airstrike against its embassy in Damascus earlier ...

While the U.S. Congress holds up military aid for Ukrainian forces, a bonanza of small arms intended for Iranian-backed Houthi militias will soon be in Ukrainian hands. A shipment of 5,000 Iranian AK-47s, 500,000 rounds of ammo, sniper rifles and ...

A series of drones targeted the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in the Russian-occupied part of Ukraine, damaging parts of the installation including the dome above one of the reactors.  The International Atomic Energy Commission, which has been in contact with ...

Thursday marked the 20th anniversary of the battle known as “Black Sunday,” a battle in Sadr City, Iraq in which a platoon from the ‘Lancer’ battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division was caught in a patrol-turned-urban-combat ambush under heavy fire ...

A 10th Mountain Division soldier earned the nickname “Ace of Syria” after shooting down six drones during attacks a forward operating base he was assigned to defend in the northeastern part of the country. Army Spc. Dylan Green, an infantryman ...

Ever find yourself struggling with off-target shots or a misaligned sight, despite your best efforts? The culprit is often not with your aim! It’s in how your rifle scope was mounted. So… what now? Today we’re taking you through the ...

New U.S. Navy recruits don’t have to part with their cell phones right away. It’s a big change in policy from the Navy Recruit Training Command, which announced the new approach for basic training this week. On Friday, Recruit Training ...