U.S. officials are monitoring the security situation in Afghanistan and remain focused on supporting the country's forces as well as completing the drawdown in a safe and orderly way, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.
Navy divers recently double dipped — first testing the waters in Virginia Beach, Va., then later taking a deeper dive in Panama City Beach, Fla., during predeployment training for all diving and salvage operations.
Detection of missile threats on a global scale is perhaps the number one capability needed by the Defense Department because if a missile cannot be identified, it can't be destroyed, the vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Jennifer Williamson, who recently saved three men from drowning, said "that's just what we do in our service."
The Defense Department and Israel are seeking cutting edge technological solutions to address the gaps surrounding remote autonomous indoor maneuver.
For service members who have religious objections to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, the path for how they might seek an exception is defined by their individual military service's regulations, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.
A Defense Department official testified about U.S. security assistance in the Middle East before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on the Near East, South Asia, Central Asia and Counterterrorism, emphasizing five vital points.
The commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command described threats from Russia and China and the battles against wildfires, hurricanes, cyberattacks and COVID-19 during a speech.
Roberto Clemente proved to be among the best to ever play the game of baseball. He also served in the Marine Corps as a reserve infantryman.
By mid-September, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III will request a waiver from President Joe Biden to make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for service members, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.