Watch the Trailer for Star Wars: Episode IX, Now Called 'The Rise of Skywalker'
The closely guarded film from director J.J. Abrams will put an end to the Skywalker saga that began over 40 years ago.
Navy Vet Seymour Cassel, Frequent Wes Anderson Collaborator, Dies at 84
Cassel joined the Navy at age 17 after growing with an unstable family life.
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...
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.
Most Popular Military News
Two American Soldiers Stopped by Mexican Troops Along the Border
After a brief discussion between the soldiers, the Mexican troops left, and the U.S. soldiers contacted Border Patrol agents.
Most Army Squads Falling Short on Infantry Skills, Reports Find
Young sergeants in most infantry and close-combat units don't know how to maneuver their squads or do basic land navigation
The Air Force Is on a Mission to Fix its Uniforms
The Air Force Chief of Staff has called for improved, better-fitting uniforms -- not only for comfort, but also for safety.
More Discipline, Less Bleeding: General Defends Controversial New Policy
Furness said he had repeatedly observed that the most disciplined units were the ones who fared best in combat.
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Astronaut and Navy Capt. Eugene "Gene" Cernan blasted off for a final time and touched the stars last week,.
Air Force veteran, working mom, taking on entrenched incumbent John Cornyn. MJ Hegar is running for Senate.
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Soldiers from 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-U.S. Combined Division test their knowledge, strength, and skills at 2ID's 2019 Best Warrior Competition.
An inside view of the Lockheed Martin GPS III Satellite being loaded onto a Martinsberg Air National Guard C-17.
Army Colonel Dies Helping Stranded Motorist in Virginia
A decorated U.S. Army colonel who deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan has died after helping a stranded motorist.
Afghanistan War Commander's Next Mission: Helping Female Vets Start Businesses
Retired Army Gen. John Nicholson, who served as commander in Afghanistan, has been named head of the PenFed Foundation.
Trump Warns Mexico over Guns Drawn on US Troops: 'Better Not Happen Again!'
The president's tweets come after several Mexican military personnel reportedly questioned U.S Army soldiers.
US Navy Drafting New Guidelines for Reporting UFOs
The U.S. Navy is drafting new guidelines for pilots and other employees to report encounters with "unidentified aircraft."
SEAL Charged with War Crimes Being Investigated in 2010 Death of Afghan Civilian
Gallagher is awaiting a military trial on a charge of premeditated murder for allegedly killing a wounded ISIS fighter.
Air Force News
Air Force Academy Instructor Arrested on Charges of Internet Luring of a Child
Capt. Paul Sikkema currently teaches ethics at the academy.
Air Force Combat Vet MJ Hegar Launches Senate Bid in Texas
Mary Jennings "MJ" Hegar is on the campaign trail again, but this time seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate.
B-1B Bomber Fleet Resumes Flight Operations After Latest Grounding
The Air Force has resumed flights of the B-1B Lancer bomber after a nearly month-long stand-down of the fleet.
Marine Corps News
No Bond for US Marine Veteran Suspected in North Korea Embassy Attack
Spain seeks to extradite Christopher Philip Ahn on charges including robbery, illegal restraint and criminal organization.
Younger Okinawans Are More Tolerant of US Military Presence, Study Finds
Approximately 54,000 U.S. personnel are stationed in Japan, with about half of those on Okinawa.
Golf Made My Friend a Better Marine
As weird as it may seem, there is a lot that the driving range and the fairway can teach us about winning battles.
Coast Guard News
Shipbuilder Named to Build Coast Guard’s New Icebreaker
A vessel built by VT Halter Marine will be first new heavy icebreaker in 41 years.