The fate of the rocket was not revealed, and it’s still a mystery how it came to be buried in someone’s yard.
The Navy wants to move away from its marine mammals and use drones and other new sensors instead.
The soldiers had no idea how rare the Lamborghini LM002 is.
ABC10 News reported that military officials fear the explosives may have been stolen.
The U.S. Navy's explosive ordnance disposal community is shifting its focus back to the sea.
The goal of this effort is to prevent injuries, exhaustion and breakdown, both mental and physical..
Congress has directed the Pentagon to document troops' blast exposures in combat and training.
The proposal would extend the standard 24-month deployment cycle out to as long as 36 months.
U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) sailors could see more money from special pays and bonuses under a new vision.
Two California-based sailors have been recognized for extraordinary heroism during a nighttime raid on a remote ISIS hideout.
The new regulations change a variety of rules ranging from saluting decorum and patches on certain uniforms to allowing...
The Army has identified Command Sgt. Maj. Carlos Evans as one of four victims killed in a shooting at another sergeant major...
Navy Lt. Ridge Alkonis is far from the only American military employee to face a Japanese legal system that places a high...
The concept was floated as an idea by the Congressional Budget Office but was not a formal recommendation.
Fort Riley Military Police received a call at 6:50 a.m. about an incident at Trooper Gate, the southwestern entrance through...