The use of the brightly colored garb dates back at least a decade, and demonstrates militant anger at the United States continuing to hold detainees without a trial.
NATO released satellite images on Thursday of what it said were Russian artillery, vehicles and troops in and around eastern Ukraine.
China has rejected U.S. criticism of an incident last week, blaming 'large-scale and highly frequent close-in reconnaissance against China."
A contractor with a fire security company accidentally deployed a fire suppression system in a hangar holding UH-60 Black Hawk military helicopters.
The cannon in the video can fire GPS-guided rounds at least 14 miles, giving the militants a tremendous capability they once didn't have.
Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr., a former commander of Army forces in Japan, will have to retire as a brigadier general, effectively a demotion that will cost him pension benefits.
The F-15 is generally considered to be one of the Air Force's most reliable jets. But it has had issues.
The Electrical Prescriptions program, or ElectRX, is seeking tiny devices that can be injected through needles or other means to help the body heal.
The hash tag #NationalDogDay was full of photographs of dogs that veterans have worked with in war zones.
U.S. military officials said the trouble started when the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Monomoy, which regularly patrols international waters in the Gulf, approached an Iranian dhow.