Witness at Navy SEAL trial admits killing Islamic State prisoner, not Gallagher
Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Corey Scott said Thursday that he asphyxiated the teenage Islamic State fighter after Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward Gallagher unexpectedly stabbed him.
Iran Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone amid tensions
The Iran Revolutionary Guard said it shot down the drone over Iranian airspace, while two U.S. officials told The Associated Press that the downing happened over international airspace in the Strait of Hormuz. The different accounts could not be immediately reconciled.
‘Start finding me, boys’ — inside the rescue of Lt. Col. Dave Goldfein
"This is real," combat controller Andy Kubik thought after his Pave Hawk dodged its first missiles. "This is definitely real. We’re going into a fight."
Train carrying munitions derails near Nevada-Utah line; no injuries reported
A train carrying military munitions derailed in the high desert of northeast Nevada on Wednesday, closing an interstate for about an hour before emergency crews determined there was no danger. No injuries were reported.
Put your ‘Punisher’ skull & ‘Molon Labe’ stickers away — they will never top this ‘Sh*t or Bust’ WWII battle flag
We get it, you're a badass ... but you'll never be this badass.
Witness: Navy SEAL called dead prisoner an ‘ISIS dirt bag’
A Navy SEAL charged with killing a captive teenage militant in his care had told fellow troops that if they encountered a wounded enemy, he wanted medics to know how “to nurse him to death,” a former comrade testified Wednesday.
Trump’s July 4th celebration to feature military in parade, demonstrations
The event will include military demonstrations and flyovers, according to a government official.
US Senate votes to kill Saudi arms sales, defying Trump veto threat
The Senate passed 22 measures aimed at blocking White House plans for $8.1 billion in military sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Supreme Court: Latin cross honoring WWI soldiers will remain untouched
A Latin cross honoring soldiers who died in WWI will remain standing as is, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Esper heads to NATO during first week on the job as top Pentagon official
The newly minted acting secretary of defense will be spending some time in Europe.
Man gets 26 years for role in 2009 Iraq suicide attack that killed 5 US soldiers
A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced a Canadian man to 26 years in U.S. prison for supporting a group of jihadists who committed a 2009 suicide attack that killed five American soldiers in Iraq.
Contractor charged with taking kickbacks on Army projects at two Georgia bases
A construction executive from Tennessee was paid at least $436,000 in kickbacks in a scheme involving multimillion-dollar contracts at two Georgia military bases, according to court filings by federal prosecutors.
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