Meteoritic Evidence of Mars Reservoir Found

Meteoritic Evidence of Mars Reservoir Found

NASA officials on Friday announced that meteoritic evidence suggests Mars has vast amounts of water near the planet't surface.

Fly Girls

Fly Girls

Throughout WWI, the shift to industrialization became more prevalent as new weapons & technologies were mass produced to fuel the demand for armaments in the trenches along the Western Front. Warfare drove technological change resulting in the production of new military innovations such as armored tanks, poisonous gases, increasingly sophisticated submarines, machine guns, and military aircraft.

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

The ultimate search-and-sort football recruiting database is here! Get stats, video highlights, combine results, ratings, rankings, news, analysis and more—all easily searchable and sortable on desktop and mobile.

Photo Friday: Images from the Old West

Photo Friday: Images from the Old West

Check out these incredible images that give a glimpse of what life was like as cowboy on the trail or in the Old Western cow towns during the Western Expansion.

Warrior-Tested: 5.11. Tactical Covert Shirt

Warrior-Tested: 5.11. Tactical Covert Shirt

The Classic 5.11 Covert Shirt from 5.11 Tactical features the unique RAPIDraw™ placket, a revolutionary design in CCW garment design that grants immediate access to a shouldered sidearm.

'Unbroken' | Film Review

'Unbroken' | Film Review

Louis Zamperini's incredible story hits the big screen Dec. 25. But does the film, directed by Angelina Jolie and co-written by the Coen Brothers, live up to all the hype?

Marines in Korea: What they took With them

Marines in Korea: What they took With them

The Korean War is oftentimes and aptly referred to as "The Forgotten War." Check out what the 1st Marines Division and Fox Company brought with them on the march toward pushing back North Korea and the Chinese from South Korea.

The Alcan Highway: Defending Alaska

The Alcan Highway: Defending Alaska

In late spring 1942, 10,670 American troops arrived in Alaska ready to begin a project one of their officers later described as “the biggest and hardest job since the Panama Canal.”

Dakota Meyer on "The Interview" Shutdown

Dakota Meyer on "The Interview" Shutdown

The Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy spawned cyber attacks and bomb threats, leading to Sony's cancellation of its release. Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer says he would have been first in line to see it.

New Elite Division-Level Unit Created by Army

New Elite Division-Level Unit Created by Army

The U.S. Army quietly restructured several of its elite spec ops groups under a single umbrella--the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne)--in an effort to create a rapidly deployable Special Forces command group capable of operating sustained unconventional campaigns in the world's hot spots.

Speed vs Using your Safety

Speed vs Using your Safety

Truth is I am faster when I use the safety than when I don’t. The video that accompanies this article will attest to it and more than 50% of the time I demo the same drill that is in the video during a class I am faster using the safety.

Ex Auschwitz Guard To Be Tried

Ex Auschwitz Guard To Be Tried

The 93-year-old accused criminal, who described his service at the death camp as a 'nightmare,' faces 300 counts of accessory to murder.

Video: Battle of the Bulge

Video: Battle of the Bulge

It was the last offensive of the German army before their ultimate defeat the very next year. The Battle of the Bulge was decisive Allied victory that catapulted the world toward the end of the Second World War and an ultimate Allied victory over the Nazis.