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42 of the best photos from around the US military in honor of Armed Forces Day

These are the best photos from around the US military in honor of Armed Forces Day, celebrated in the US on May 16 this year.

The TSA said it never used TikTok out of national security concerns, but videos on official agency accounts and from TSA officials appear to contradic...

The TSA has 12 different TikTok videos on its official Instagram page, even though it says it never posted to the China-based video app.

US government agencies are banning TikTok, the social media app teens are obsessed with, over cybersecurity fears — here’s the full list

A message from the Pentagon led to a military ban on TikTok for government devices, and now TSA is the latest agency to follow.
Marines and sailors conduct a live-fire range during a training exercise at Twentynine Palms, California, November 11, 2018.

The Navy says it wants to shrink the Marine Corps by more than 2,000 Marines

In its latest budget request, the Department of the Navy said it wanted to cut the Corps' active duty end-strength down to 184,100 personnel.

Two-dozen US Marines were discharged after an investigation over their alleged involvement in drug crimes and a human trafficking operation along the ...

One of the ex-Marines will face time in military prison, others did not face judicial action after chargers were dropped following an unlawful arrest.
US Navy sailors salute during the "Pass and Review" as the USS Pebble passes the USS Arizona memorial during ceremonies commemorating the 74th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor at Kilo Pier on Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii, December 7, 2015.

The US Navy wants to know who secretly uploaded videos of sailors to Porn Hub

The Navy believes the videos, which were secretly filmed, were taken through a peephole in a bathroom.
A US Marine assigned to Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force — Crisis Response — Central Command 19.2 checks gear before deploying from Kuwait in support of a crisis-response mission on Tuesday.

A special Marines force created after Benghazi just hit the ground in Iraq as swarms of protesters besiege the US Embassy in Baghdad

Violent protests outside the embassy led the US military to send in a special Marine Corps crisis-response team to reinforce the diplomatic post.
Protesters and militia fighters set on fire a security building of the US Embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday.

The US is sending roughly 100 more Marines to defend the embassy in Baghdad after violent protesters stormed the gate

The violent protests followed US airstrikes on Iran-backed militias in Iraq — strikes in retaliation for a rocket attack that killed a US citizen.
"Marines have to be able to carry one another if necessary. USMC Cpl. Gabrielle Green hefts a fellow marine as they ready for deployment on a Navy ship at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Of the 38,000 recruits who enter the corps each year, about 3,500 are women— or, in USMC phrasing, 'female marines.'"

Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women’s lives in the military

Photographer Lynsey Addario followed women in different militaries around the world, capturing intimate portraits of their training and everyday life.
Jose Segovia-Benitez, a US Marine veteran who served in Iraq, was deployed Wednesday to El Salvador, a country he hadn't lived in since he was a toddler.

He suffered a brain injury and PTSD from serving in Iraq as a US Marine. The US just deported him.

In El Salvador, "Gangs target former U.S. military," Jose Segovia-Benitez's attorney said, kidnapping them for ransom — or worse.