Exuberant 'Baby Driver' Is an Automotive Musical Like No Other
Edgar Wright's vehicular-action-thriller-jukebox-musical-romance is movie craftsmanship and showmanship of a very high order.
'War for the Planet of the Apes' Is a Work of Stunning Artistry
It's the rare Hollywood reboot that really does feel like the product of a higher intelligence.
Sweeping 'Battleship Island' Concocts a WWII-Era Escape Thriller
Wartime horrors are rarely served up with as much cinematic gusto as they are in "The Battleship Island."
Sundance: 'Mudbound' & 'The Yellow Birds' Examine the Toll of War
A movie about World War II and another based on a novel about the Iraq War look to be breakouts from the Utah film festival.
Most Popular Military News
More Discipline, Less Bleeding: General Defends Controversial New Policy
Furness said he had repeatedly observed that the most disciplined units were the ones who fared best in combat.
The Air Force Is on a Mission to Fix its Uniforms
The Air Force Chief of Staff has called for improved, better-fitting uniforms -- not only for comfort, but also for safety.
General Mandates 'Daily Routine' After Seeing Sloppy, Unshaven Marines
The April 16 policy letter expresses concern that members of 2nd Marine Division have let their standards slide.
Army Identifies Soldier Who Died in Iraq
Spc. Ryan Riley, 22, died in Ninawa province, Iraq.
Turkey: US Didn't Respond to Offer to Check S-400 Anti-Aircraft Missile Systems
Turkey is expected to receive the first supplies of S-400 missile systems in July 2019.
Latest Military Videos
Hilarious video of two unconventional fighter pilots racing to be first on base.
You rarely you come across an "Old and Bold" pilot like Wayne Robert.
A team from the 101st Airborne Division earned the title of "Best Rangers".
Watch this proud sergeant as his little 82nd ABN Div Soldier pins him.
The U.S. Army Golden Knights jump with Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer.
Army to Host Drone Fly-Off to Showcase Student Designs
The U.S. Army will host a drone fly-off event at the University of Texas at El Paso as part of a student design competition.
Army Reopens Case of 2007 Murder-Suicide That Was Originally Called 'Friendly Fire'
In the nearly 12 years since Kamisha Block's death, the family has worked with their elected officials to get more info.
Most Army Squads Falling Short on Infantry Skills, Reports Find
Young sergeants in most infantry and close-combat units don't know how to maneuver their squads or do basic land navigation
Blue Angels Gear Up for New Era in F/A-18 Super Hornet
The Blue Angels are tentatively scheduled to start flying the F/A-18 Super Hornet in 2021.
Navy Investigating After Camera Found in Women's Bathroom on the USS Arlington
A female Marine found a camera hidden in a women's bathroom aboard the USS Arlington.
The Navy's Future Fleet May Include Submarines Without Sailors
The Navy's fiscal year 2020 funding request indicates a new level of commitment to autonomous sea operations.
Air Force News
The Air Force Hasn't Bought an F-15 in 15 Years. Boeing Is Preparing Just in Case
It's been 15 years since Boeing's north St. Louis County plant churned out an F-15 fighter plane for the Air Force.
Second Okinawa-Based Airman in Four Days Arrested on Suspicion of Drunk Driving
For the second time in less than a week, a Kadena-based airman has been accused of crashing while under the influence.
Air Force: Kirtland Jet Fuel Cleanup to Continue for Years
The leak was discovered in 1999 after jet fuel was found on the surface near a base fueling facility.
Marine Corps News
Cancer Survivor Finally a Marine After 956 Days as a Recruit
Earlier this year, Eudy was found fit for duty and he returned to Parris Island as a recruit to finish his training.
Despite Noise Complaints, the 'Sounds of Freedom' Will Continue at Quantico
There are live-fire ranges that support small arms training, explosive demolitions, artillery fire and sniper training.
Marine Vet Moulton Joins 2020 Presidential Race
The Massachusetts lawmaker and Iraq War veteran Seth Moulton made the announcement Monday.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard: US Must Work to Prevent a Fight in the Arctic
The service aims to work with partners to promote visibility and ensure stability in the region.
After Sinking of Destination, Coast Guard Slow-Walks Training for Skippers
Would more training have changed Destination's fate?
Pa. Delegation Seeks Coast Guard Honor for Arnold Palmer
State representatives are asking the Coast Guard to name a Fast Response Cutter or other "suitable vessel" after Palmer.