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The US military is moving towards cyborg super soldiers, but it’s ‘not ready’ for what that could mean
The fusion of man and machine will lead to enhanced warfighters, but raises a bunch of questions — many of which remain unanswered.
Comparing the power of conventional military forces is complicated. But an annual ranking does just that — and these are the 25 most powerful.
Trump’s ‘killing machines’ comments show he fails to grasp the basics about the US military he leads
President Trump's comments about war crimes suggest he thinks the US military is like an episode of the TV show, "Vikings."
Every day, US military commands reach millions with Twitter and Facebook posts aimed to inform and inspire. But sometimes even these pros screw up.
Some US troops guarding oil fields in Syria are reportedly still waiting for military orders — including when and how they could attack the enem...
The confusion wrought from the abrupt military repositioning also comes shortly after artillery rounds landed near US troops.
US troops bombed their own anti-ISIS headquarters as Turkey-backed fighters closed in during Trump’s hasty retreat
After Turkish forces fired on US positions on Friday, Turkish-backed forces advanced on the anti-ISIS base in Syria.
A top Democrat is sounding the alarm that the Trump administration is considering pulling out of a vital treaty with Russia
"I don't see any practical value in pulling out," Daryl Kimball, the executive director of the Arms Control Association, told Business Insider.
Trump’s suggestion that troops at the border shoot migrants in the legs is illegal and ‘bats–t crazy’
An expert on the use of force said that President Trump's suggestion to shoot migrants in the legs is unconstitutional and "crazy."
Over the past five years, the suicide rate among active-duty US service members has jumped from 18.5 suicides per 100,000 people to 24.8.
US is sending troops to Saudi Arabia after the devastating drone and missile strikes on Saudi oil fields
On Friday, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Gen. Joseph Dunford the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, laid out the US response.