U.S. Army weapons officials have expanded the list of submachine gun-style weapons the service plans to test.
Marine Corps M16 rifles and M4 carbines are passing a new safety check designed to catch a potentially dangerous glitch.
U.S. Army weapons officials plan to purchase subcompact weapons from 10 different gun makers for testing.
Army units have reported about 3K M4s have failed a safety inspection because of a potential glitch in the selector switch.
In a first, Marines participating in an integrated training exercise got supplies delivered via an autonomous UH-1 Huey.
The Marine Corps will soon test new cold-weather boots and socks designed to perform at temperatures from -20 to 20 degrees.
The "third arm" attaches to the weapon and the soldier's waist belt to take the weight off his arms.
Defense Logistics Agency officials said it will be available to most troops in about 18 months.
A soldier at Fort Knox experienced an unexplained, unintended weapon discharge.
Experts hope to start testing a new assault ration that is drastically lighter than existing field rations by 2020.