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China's ships are getting bigger and more aggressive, and Japan is scrambling to keep up


How US special-operations forces helped the US military win its first post-Cold War victory


After social-media sites booted Trump, Mexican leaders want to put 'clear limits' on what those companies can do



How US special-operations forces helped the US military win its first post-Cold War victory


After 45 years, the Navy is planning to 'recycle' a first-of-its-kind missile submarine


The F-16 first flew 47 years ago, and the Air Force may keep it flying decades longer due to problems with the F-35



The F-16 first flew 47 years ago, and the Air Force may keep it flying decades longer due to problems with the F-35


The first submarine to sink a warship was more deadly for its own crew than for the enemy


Inside the covert mission that sent Delta Force and British SAS deep behind Iraqi lines in search of Saddam's missiles


During the Vietnam War, the US created a highly classified unit that still influences modern special operations


Mexico's Sinaloa cartel built an empire on cocaine, but it's betting on another drug to feed US appetites


South Korea's military has big problems that are much closer to home than North Korea



The US Navy is planning to 'recycle' one of its first supercarriers. Here's what's next for USS Nimitz.


US veterans deported to Mexico want Biden to let them 'back into their country' before cartels get to them


How the US Navy's nuclear-powered submarines have quietly dominated the seas for 67 years


Nukes aren't just for bombers and subs. Here are some unusual ways militaries have also planned to drop the bomb



From biplanes to drones: How the Navy's carrier aircraft have dominated battlefields for almost a century


The Soviet Union is long gone, but Russia still has Soviet-designed aircraft on the frontline around the world


US special-operations units have a daring way to board enemy ships, but it's not just for Navy SEALs


53 years ago, a vicious, unexpected attack showed Americans what kind of war they were really fighting in Vietnam