There's a battle brewing over nut- and plant-based milk labels, and dairy farmers say it’s not a fair fight.
The Air Force is fighting to retain
its top pilots as commercial
airlines lure them away from the
military with promises of lucrative
salaries and more stable work
Technology on the battlefield is changing faster than ever, and
the U.S. Marine Corps is gearing
up for a more complex fight.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates has seen retired Marine Gen. James Mattis in action.
Gates recommended Mattis for some key leadership positions while he was running the Pentagon. Mattis served as the head of two different combatant commands in that time - experience Gates says makes the retired four-star an excellent pick to serve as the next defense secretary.
Multiple investigations into the death of a Muslim military recruit at the Marine Corps’ fabled Parris Island training center have uncovered a troubling pattern of mistreatment, and officials are responding with a series of policy changes designed to improve accountability.
Knife hands – they’ll cut you to the quick. Junior Marines identify the crisp, flat-palmed, vaguely threatening gesture as one of the first signs of discipline they see in the Corps.
Drill instructors use them as a point of emphasis as they try to get new recruits to do things the right way, the only way, the Marine way. They inspire fear, intimidation and respect for authority.
Darkness engulfed the Arizona desert as the first of two aircraft closed in on the landing zone. The mission, part of the Marine Corps' controversial evaluation of the V-22 Osprey, called for a simulated communication blackout.
Thousands of Marines serving throughout the infantry and in other key positions are about to get new gender-neutral job titles, but the service's top leaders are pushing to leave the word "man" in some of its most iconic occupations.
Inside the ordeal that left two Marine recruits stuck at Parris Island for more than 500 days.
It was 60 seconds of pure horror. These recruiters' untold story.
When Col. Chris Dixon recalls his unit's 2011 deployment to Afghanistan, he doesn't dwell on the grainy 40-second video that made international headlines.
The Marine Corps will immediately begin implementing new policies following the defense secretary's decision to open all combat fields to women, and female Marines who've been waiting for the ban to lift have one message: They're ready.
Jobs in agriculture often conjure up visions of livestock, cornfields and tractors. But these entrepreneurs are proving that the industry offers diverse career paths.