Marine Corps veteran Phil Klay is the author of two novels and a collection of essays.
Neal McCallum dedicated 46 years of service to Uncle Sam, first as a US Marine in World War II, then later as a federal law enforcement officer.
If you go more than half a mile north or south of Main Street in downtown Spartanburg, South Carolina, there’s a good chance you’ll get shanked, shot, robbed, offered fentanyl, or all of those things at once.
Meet Blaze, the new official mascot of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Jean-Claude Van Damme, though a monster in his own right, just couldn’t hack it as the Predator. Here’s why.
Hollywood star Ezra Miller was charged with felony burglary tied to a booze heist.
One hot summer day 29 years ago, a deranged man with a mullet and a .38 revolver was disarmed in the most epic way imaginable.
Mileage may vary when it comes to Joseph Heller’s Catch‑22, but I rarely find a fellow service member who’s read the book who doesn’t at least find the material recognizable in their own experiences.
Not all new privates are dumb. Our comprehensive guide will help you figure out which ones are.
Walt Shumate’s exploits as a Green Beret in Vietnam, then as an original member of “The Unit,” earned him (and his mustache) a lasting place in the pantheon of special operations heroes.
All troops masturbate downrange, but not all in the same place. Where they choose to do it is crucial to understanding who they are.
Mark “The Sandman” Davis loves guns and dressing up like a tactical Grim Reaper, yet he’ll do whatever it takes to avoid actual danger.
In the Vietnam War, American GIs faced a variety of deadly booby traps, from punji sticks to hand grenades encased in dried mud.
A new trailer for the latest “Star Wars” series, “Andor,” shows a glimpse into a new, unique world — except for the shot of a character armed, inexplicably, with a Soviet-style AK-47.
The newest predator movie, “Prey,” debuts as a Hulu original on Aug. 5 and it might be the closest to the original yet, or it might suck.
Oliver Stone’s 1986 Vietnam epic is one of the greatest war films of all time, and it’s even better if you know the full story.
On April 10, 1944, Maj. Donald K. Willis was piloting his P-38 Lightning over Germany on a bombing mission when enemy flak struck one of his engines.
From flaming shotgun rounds to the face to testicle-popping fur missiles, these five scenes show that the John Wick franchise hasn’t lost its brutal touch.
Chris Fettes, a former Navy SEAL, used to make ice cream for his teammates between combat missions. Now, as the owner of Be Free Craft Ice Cream in Virginia, he is sharing his delicious frozen treats with the wider world.
A compelling new memoir recounts the Battle for Sangin and the fall of Kabul through the eyes of two men: a US Marine and an Afghan interpreter.
The Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington immortalizes the raising of the American flag over Iwo Jima, but not all of the men who were actually there.
Headed to Army Basic Training and worried about the infamous gas chamber? You should be. Our step-by-step visual guide will show you why.
In 1983, a blizzard sank the SS Marine Electric, drowning almost all of its crew. The tragedy revealed the need for a human element in the Coast Guard’s rescue process.
Charles “Chuck” Mawhinney killed more than 100 enemy combatants during his time in Vietnam, becoming the deadliest scout sniper in Marine Corps history.
Released in 1944, ‘The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress’ captured the gritty reality in a B-17 of aerial combat in Europe.