To the Sound of the Guns
Civil War Artillery, Battlefields and Historical Markers
Brazilian Military's Crucible: Jungle Warfare Instruction...
In courses lasting about nine weeks, soldiers endure long hikes, swim in waters infested with piranha and survive for days without rations, hunting or foraging for their own food.
Humans Used for Radiation Experiments: A Shameful Chapter...
A soldier's eye: rediscovered pictures from Vietnam
Watch the World's Highest Resolution Drone-Mounted Camera...
Remote U.S. base at core of secret operations
PART III | As drone wars escalate, a remote outpost in Djibouti is at the forefront of the administration's counterterrorism effort.
PM draws clear 'red lines' on Iran nuclear program
PM, using graph and red marker, says if not stopped Iran will reach final stage by next spring or summer; dismisses Abbas speech, saying conflict won't be solved by 'libelous' speeches at UN.
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Israel Plans Iran Strike; Citizens Say Government Serious...
Dozens of Israelis crowded in front of a storefront at a Jerusalem shopping mall yesterday to pick up new gas masks, part of civil defense preparations in case the military strikes Iran and the Islamic Republic or its allies retaliate.
Video: Nursing the wounded
Is Google about to sink the Navy? Major security concerns...
The search engine plans to offer the coordinates and identity of virtually all vessels at sea on Google Maps to its estimated one billion users after spending $3million on satellite technology.
Swiss Army knife adapts to remain a cutting-edge tool
U.S. accelerating cyberweapon research
The Pentagon is accelerating efforts to develop a new generation of cyberweapons capable of disrupting enemy military networks not connected to the Internet.