Man arrested in Greece had nothing to do with 1985 hijacking and murder, victim’s brother tells Military Times
“It was not Mohammed Ali Hammadi,” Kenneth Stethem, 58, a retired Navy SEAL and Robert Stehem’s older brother, told Military Times in an exclusive interview.
Iran president says West should ‘distance’ themselves from Persian Gulf, leave security to regional nations
Iran’s president called Sunday on Western powers to leave the security of the Persian Gulf to regional nations led by Tehran, criticizing a new U.S.-led coalition patrolling the region’s waterways as nationwide parades showcased the Islamic Republic’s military arsenal.
Veteran suicides increase despite host of prevention, mental health efforts
About 17 veterans a day die by suicide, according to a new VA report.
Marines will confront an explosion of new challenges as Russia and China spread new military tech
Cheaper ammo, cyber, rockets and more will give Marine adversaries new tools.
Irregular warfare remains the threat, despite a Marine Corps shift to the near-peer fight
Hybrid warfare either through Russia and China or by other nations, will remain.
Here’s every ship activated for TRANSCOM’s massive sealift surge
Here's your complete guide to the ships activated by U.S. Transportation Command in its largest ever simultaneous surge of sealift ships.
‘What is that, man?’ Navy confirms videos of flying objects
"Whoa. Got it," a pilot yells, laughing as the dot moves on his screen. "Woohoo!"
About a mile of new wall built each day along Mexico border, Pentagon says
The Army Corps of Engineers awarded about $2.5 billion in projects in April and May to build 129 miles of the border wall in New Mexico, Arizona and California.
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