In the future, special U.S. military forces will focus more on training other countries to combat terrorism instead of intervening, special operations expert and former Navy SEAL Dick Couch said Thursday.
Petty Officer 2nd Class David Karl Becker told a few of his fellow Navy SEALs last year he had a surefire way for them to make some extra money, federal investigators said.
It's lunchtime on Fort Bragg, but instead of a dining hall or restaurant, dozens of vehicles are pulling into lots surrounding a small former chapel on Gruber Road. Inside, the air is thicker, hotter, more humid as dozens of fighters grapple on a ...
An increasingly acrimonious stalemate between U.S. officials and Afghanistan’s recalcitrant president has made the prospect of keeping no troops in Afghanistan after 2014 quite real.
The submarine that starred in "The Hunt for Red October," the USS Dallas, returned from its last overseas deployment Monday. Next year, after 33 years in the fleet, the Dallas will be inactivated.
An American chemistry teacher shot to death while jogging in Benghazi was looking forward to his first Christmas in the United States with his wife and toddler son.
Capt. Mark Hunsinger was presented with the Witherspoon Award for his unwavering devotion and commitment to helping others.
It was late 2009 and the Navy was pursuing criminal charges against three Navy SEALs, including Jonathan Keefe of Yorktown.
The Navy has launched a drone from a submerged submarine, a feat that could prove valuable in providing intelligence and reconnaissance capabilities for military special operations for decades to come.
On any given day, the Al-Shorfa.com website contains dozens of stories about events in the Middle East, on topics ranging from the death toll in the Syria civil war to Tunisian women being recruited for a “sex jihad” to efforts by the government of ...