Mark Lee Greenblatt
Modern Day Marine '18
Marine Corps Cancels Major AAV Upgrade, But Still Plans a New Gun Turret
The service recently issued a stop-work order to SAIC, which was under contract to improve the four-decade-old vehicle.
Marine Leaders' Plea to Companies: Get Us Our Gear Faster
Some of the Marine Corps' top acquisition officers had strong words for contractors about the need to move gear into warfight...
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Army Special Forces Medic Will Get Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Heroism
Ronald J. Shurer II will receive the Medal of Honor, an upgrade to the Silver Star he was awarded for his actions in 2008.
Mattis to Iran: Don't Even Think About Taking Us On
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned Iran against blaming the U.S. for a terror attack that killed at least 25.
3 Ways the Marines Are Making Their Fitness Tests Tougher in 2019
Marines will face several new standards next year that will make it harder to pass their physical and combat fitness tests....
Pueblo Crew Tells Trump to Bring Their Warship Home from North Korea
The still-commissioned Navy warship remains on the Potong River as a museum piece in North Korea's capital.
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Army Body Armor May Be Too Heavy for Combat, Report Finds
The document draws on reports that have estimated soldiers carried an average of 119 pounds apiece in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Army Astronaut Prepares for December Launch
One soldier is proving childhood dreams can come true as she prepares to launch into space for her first time.
'Don't Do Stupid Stuff:' Soldiers Recount Mandatory Safety Brief Memories
The warnings given to soldiers at weekend and holiday safety briefings in recent decades are the stuff of Army lore.
China Denies Request for a Hong Kong Port Call by USS Wasp
A deterioration in U.S.-China relations, seen dramatically in their trade dispute, is spilling over into the military arena.
F-35C Joint Strike Fighter Makes Precautionary Landing in Fresno
An F-35C out of Naval Air Station Lemoore, California, made an unexpected landing at Fresno Yosemite International Airport.
Admiral Who Attended 'Fat Leonard' Party Grilled in Confirmation Hearing
Vice Adm. Faller, was grilled on his attendance at a party where prostitutes allegedly were provided by "Fat Leonard."
Air Force News
'Expecting Casualties:' How Airmen Created the Incredible Thai Cave Rescue Plan
For a rescue attempt like this, with children trapped deep in an uncharted maze of caves, there was no roadmap.
More Than a Decade Later, the Air Force Finally Picks a Huey Replacement
The U.S. Air Force has picked Boeing to build the replacement for its UH-1N Huey at a cost of approximately $2.38 billion.
Marine Corps News
Military Parents Outraged After Mold Found in Base School Damaged by Florence
Brewster Middle School sustained extensive water damage from Hurricane Florence, the parents said.
It's Official: John Canley Will Be 300th Marine to Receive Medal of Honor
The Marine Corps said Tuesday that Canley would be the 300th Marine to receive the nation's highest military medal.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Members Talk About Being a Rescue Swimmer
Rescue swimmers are a critical part of the response effort to hurricanes, flying around in helicopters in search of people.
Paddlers Sue Coast Guard over Limited Potomac Access While Trump Golfs
Paddlers are suing the Coast Guard in response to a policy that closes part of the Potomac River when the president golfs.
Coast Guard Academy Officials Say Air Conditioning Caused Mold in Dorms
Mold is growing in several rooms in Chase Hall, the main residence hall on the Coast Guard Academy's campus.