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  • American soldiers help French citizens after their town is liberated in 1918 by the 308th Infantry Regiment of the 77th Infantry Division, and the 166th Infantry Regiment of the 42nd Infantry "Rainbow" Division. (US Army photo)
    When America Fought in WWI and Became a Global Power
    When the U.S. entered World War I on April 6, 1917, it tipped the balance of the war and marked its emergence as a global power.
  • Paratroopers with 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division fire at insurgent forces during a firefight on June 15, 2012, in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province. (US Army photo/Michael MacLeod)
    With Trump Approval, Pentagon Expands Warfighting Authority
    The changes in Trump's first two months in office underscore his willingness to let the Pentagon manage its own day-to-day combat.
  • Ensign Jesse L. Brown in the cockpit of an F4U-4 Corsair fighter, circa 1950. A Navy destroyer will carry the name of the man who tried to save him during the Korean War. (US Navy photo)
    Destroyer's Name Honors Aviator Who Tried to Save Comrade
    The ship is named after the man who tried to save the life of naval aviator Jesse Brown during the Korean War.
  • Two advisers demonstrate how to clear a room during security operations training at the Regional Military Training Center in Helmand province, Afghanistan on March 8. (Resolute Support photo/Kay Nissen)
    Taliban Say They Will Focus on Vulnerable Provinces in 2017
    Occupying a provincial capital in Afghanistan has been a top priority of the Taliban, and some fear they may succeed this year.
  • Using a product similar to this headset from Halo Neuroscience, the Navy SEAL community is conducting tests on neuro-stimulation technology. (Photo courtesy Halo Neuroscience)
    Super SEALs: Elite Units Pursue Brain-Stimulating Technologies
    Naval Special Warfare units have been testing and evaluating the use of performance-enhancing neuro-stimulation technology.