Stan Lee, WWII Veteran and Spider-Man Creator, Dies at 95
Lee served in the Army during World War II, writing for training films.
Director Christopher McQuarrie Talks Action, Cruise, 'Mission: Impossible'
"Fallout" is the most exciting "Mission" ever — wall-to-wall with stunning set pieces in helicopters, trucks, motorcycles.
'Sicario' Sequel Depicts the Border Without Political Agenda
The movie doesn't even introduce or name the U.S. president and focuses on the ground level operators.
One Great Marine: 'Full Metal Jacket' Actor R. Lee Ermey Dies at 74
R. Lee Ermey, who made a career playing hard-nosed military men like Gunnery Sgt. Hartman in "Full Metal Jacket," has died.
'The Last Jedi' Aims to Capture That Old Star Wars Feeling
Han Solo is dead. Luke Skywalker is back, but changed. And Leia Organa's story will soon be coming to an end.
'Assassin's Creed' Movie is Anything but Fun
"Assassin's Creed" is attempting to give a serious narrative origin story to the video game, ostensibly setting up interest i...
Affleck's Stylish 'Live by Night' is By the Numbers
Ben Affleck is no doubt an ambitious and tasteful filmmaker, but he's gotten himself in a bit of hot water with this bloated...
'John Wick 2' Is an Extravagantly Violent Good Time
"Chapter 2" literally picks up where the first left off with multiple men getting tossed off car hoods.
'Their Finest' Stylishly Blends Wit, Romance in WWII
This charming, witty and romantic gem set in London is "Shakespeare in Love" in World War II.
Teen Comedy 'DUFF' Gives Genre a Social Media Spin
While "The DUFF" is likely not destined to become the "Sixteen Candles" for a new generation, it is eminently watchable and e...
Marvel Takes Mind-Bending Turn with 'Doctor Strange'
"Doctor Strange" not only kicks the Marvel engine into hyper drive, but into a different dimension as well.
'Woman in Gold,' a Remarkable Story Lifelessly Told
The film is the true account of Maria Altmann's fight to reclaim a Klimt painting of her aunt, stolen by the Nazis and kept b...
Oliver Stone Finds in 'Snowden' a Real Government Conspiracy
Oliver Stone initially had no desire to make a movie about Edward Snowden.
Animated Alien Adventure 'Home' Lands With a Thud
"Home" has a good heart, and yet, much like its lead character, its valiant efforts to be fun just fizzle.
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For First Time in Recent History, a US Military Service Is Working Without Pay
As Coast Guard paychecks went undelivered Tuesday, the service's top officer urged its members to stay the course.
CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit
The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
Sacked Sub Commander Hired 10 Prostitutes in Philippines: Report
Capt. Travis Zettel lost his job on board a Navy submarine because of "a loss in confidence in his ability to command."
Here's Everything the Coast Guard Did Without a Paycheck This Month
"Continue standing the watch -- I am proud of your unwavering devotion to duty."
Wisconsin Kidnapping Suspect Was Marine Corps Boot Camp Washout
A spokeswoman for the Marines said Patterson lasted a little more than month in the Corps before washing out in October 2015.
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Stanley McChrystal: Stop Fixating on Politicians, Focus on Nation's Problems
The retired Army four-star said the nation needs a break from its fixation on President Donald Trump.
Fort Hood Soldier Killed at National Training Center Identified
Army Spc. Octavious Deshon Lakes Jr. was killed in a rollover accident in an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
Army Chief: 2nd Advisory Team Will Go to Afghanistan Despite Withdrawal Plan
Milley said that the second of six SFABs is finishing up its training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, for the deployment.
SecNav: Navy Is Climbing Out of 'Readiness Hole'
Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer said time is of the essence in rebuilding a more powerful naval service.
Close Call Before USS Fitzgerald's Fatal Collision Went Unreviewed: Report
The Navy report, in part, criticized the failure to review the near miss, which happened May 10, 2017, near Sasebo, Japan.
Spanish Warship Arrives in Norfolk to Prepare to Deploy with US Strike Group
The ESPS Méndez Núñez will deploy with the USS Abraham Lincoln and its escort ships later this year.
Air Force News
Air Force Study Shows Wrench-Turners Make Better Cyber Warriors
The U.S. Air Force is learning that wrench-turners, not computer geeks, may make ideal cyber warriors.
SpecOps Recruiting Squadron Helps Air Force Combat 'Runaway Attrition'
The service established its first Special Operations Recruiting Squadron last year to find next-generation combat airmen.
Mechanical Issues Cause Back-to-Back F-15 Emergency Landings in Kadena
Two F-15 Eagles from Kadena Air Base experienced mechanical issues and were forced to make emergency landing.
Marine Corps News
Two Marines Injured After Anti-Tank Weapon Mishap at Infantry Officer Course
A Marine student and an instructor both sustained injuries last week during a live-fire training accident at Quantico.
AV-8B Harrier Damaged After Engine Sucks Up Ground Wire
An AV-8B Harrier aircraft operating aboard the USS Kearsarge in the Mediterranean was damaged earlier this month.
R. Lee Ermey, Marine Corps Drill Instructor Turned Iconic Actor, Will Be Buried at Arlington
Gunny Hartman will be formally laid to rest with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery at 10am on Jan. 18.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Vet Sings the 'Gubment Shutdown Blues'
Walters recorded "Gubment Shutdown Blues" after he was told that his next paycheck isn't coming.
Coast Guard Members in Bahrain Feel Effects of Government Shutdown
The Coast Guard unit operates six Island Class patrol boats permanently stationed at Naval Support Activity Bahrain.
Coast Guard Food Pantry Assists 1,000 People as Shutdown Continues
Organizers of a pop-up food pantry at the Coast Guard Academy estimate they have helped close to 1,000 people since Monday.