Eight years since the Navy first allowed women to serve in submarines, figures show retention rates for submariners across genders are about even. The numbers suggest that the Navy's effort toward better gender integration may be proving successful.
In an effort to eradicate terrorism and stabilize Afghanistan, the US and India are working out a deal to expand India's navy to shore up surveillance in the Indian Ocean, among other initiatives.
Pentagon continues its debate over how broadly to enforce a ban on transgender troops' service ordered by President Trump.
Three federal courts have ruled against President Trump's demand to bar transgender people from the military. Enlistment starts on Jan. 1, 2018.
As the US military shifts its focus to supporting local security forces and their efforts to stabilize conflict zones, the Army has started weighing cultural readiness and empathy as valuable traits for the new Security Force Assistance Brigades.
Women dressed in traditional costumes ride motorbikes as they attend celebrations to mark the Gudi Padwa festival, the beginning of the New Year for Maharashtrians, in Mumbai, India on Mar. 18.
Defense Secretary Mattis's trip to Minot Air Force Base, while it reenforced the presence and strength of the US nuclear arsenal, was not intended to trigger a response from North Korea. But his visit still sent a clear message: An attack on the US is a mistake.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned US officials not to send defensive weapons to Ukraine, something US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has openly considered.
President Trump has said that "all options are on the table" after a North Korean ballistic missile, designed to carry a nuclear payload, was fired over Japan and into the northern Pacific Ocean.
United States Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis says ISIS militants, routed from a stronghold in Iraq, are now caught between the Syria-Iraq border where converging forces will be able to target them.
United States Navy and Marine Corps divers on Tuesday work on recovery efforts inside sections of a US guided-missile destroyer that collided with a merchant vessel near Singapore. Monday's collision is the fourth major accident in the US Pacific fleet this year.
United States intelligence agencies have struggled to nail down an estimate for the rogue nation's nuclear arsenal. Military leaders are also concerned about how fast North Koreas's firepower could be mobilized.
Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford urged a peaceful resolution with North Korea but also backed up the president's statement that the US is 'locked and loaded.'