The Army has struggled with morale issues unique to Alaska.
Under the current standard, 65% of Marines qualify as expert; only 6% will do so with the new Annual Rifle Qualification.
Marines will be able to use the 1-8X variable-powered SCO to identify targets at both close and long distances.
A Marine vet was issued a P320 as his service weapon to use as an officer for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Soldiers and Marines have been participating in soldier touchpoint evaluations.
Marines could soon be sporting new olive-green PT shirts and shorts, both featuring breathable, black mesh-knit side panels.
The move could save the service millions of dollars and provide wearers with better protection in the field.
The U.S. Air Force is approaching its sunset date for the Airman Battle Uniform, known as the ABU.
DoD officials voiced concern that the public misidentified law enforcement and federal agents wearing the Army's OCP.
Infantry weapons create an incredible amount of noise, but adding suppressors helps muffle their audible signature.
The cost to repair the 78-year-old Fletcher Class destroyer may be more than $1 million.
Based on a midsize Chevrolet pickup, the Infantry Squad Vehicle is intended to carry an infantry squad's nine soldiers.
The guided-missile cruiser Vella Gulf has a fuel oil leak in one of its engineering spaces.
Lt. Gen. Jim Slife said there are currently cases being pursued in AFSOC's ranks that involve extremism.
Adversaries facing this new technology "will suffer a very tough day and tough week and tough war."