MILITARY AFFAIRS

The coronavirus pandemic has forced militaries and militias to adapt to an invisible enemy, even as traditional conflicts grind on. Armies have had to enforce...

Air Mobility Command aircrew and medical personnel conducted the first operational use of the Transport Isolation System to perform an aeromedical evacuation...

A sailor from the U.S. aircraft carrier stricken with the novel coronavirus has died from complications related to COVID-19, the Navy said Monday. The sailor...

The Qatari government has donated a batch of armored vehicles to the Jordanian Armed Forces. On Tuesday, Jordan formally received a group of eight armored personnel...

US officials announced that new air defense systems are now operating at Iraqi military bases housing American and allied forces where troops have been attacked...

Type 022 stealth missile boats affiliated with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Eastern Theater Command Navy recently held live-fire combat-oriented...

The CH-53K King Stallion aced an air-to-air refueling test this week, successfully demonstrating long-range logistics support capabilities for the U.S. Marine...

A small, specialized unit within the Canadian military’s intelligence branch began producing detailed warnings and analysis about the emergence of the...

The two South Asian foes have been engaged in a massive firefight and shelling for the past five days after five Indian Army soldiers were killed in an encounter...

An A-400M cargo plane of the Turkish Air Force carrying medical supplies donated by Turkey was dispatched to a number of Allies and partners in the Balkans...

NORTHWOOD, United Kingdom – Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) participated in UK-led exercise Joint Warrior, wrapping up on Thursday. Usually one...

Myth 1: COVID-19 will break up NATO Fact: For over 70 years, NATO has kept our countries and our people safe by continuously adapting to new challenges. NATO...