United States and coalition partner forces near At Tanf Garrison killed nine Islamic State fighters and destroyed several of their vehicles on Nov. 16, military officials said.
The U.S. military has launched airstrikes this month in Yemen, Somalia, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Friday, for the first time since September, in Libya.
The Pentagon announced in a statement Thursday there are now "more than" 500 US troops on the ground in Somalia.
The Army’s top officer said Wednesday that his service had many "gaps" to fill when it comes to sharing soldiers' criminal history with federal law enforcement agencies in the wake of this month's Texas church shooting, which was carried out by an Air Force veteran with a history of domestic violence.
The Army's top officer said Wednesday that the service had "rescinded" a controversial memo permitting people with a history of severe mental illness to seek waivers allowing them to join up.
The US Africa Command announced the U.S. military conducted another airstrike in Somalia on Tuesday killing ‘several militants’ belonging to the terrorist group, al-Shabaab.
Chris Nowak lost his leg in a friendly-fire training accident, but the Marine Corps veteran doesn’t let his injury keep him from his work with the PGA's Hope program, dedicated to helping veterans heal through the game of golf.
U.S.-led airstrikes against ISIS are down 60 to 70 percent the past month compared to the previous eight months as the caliphate crumbles in Iraq and Syria and the number of targets decrease "dramatically,” according to the deputy commander for air operations against ISIS.
A new report by the U.S. Navy into collisions involving two of its warships found both American ships at fault, Navy officials told Fox News.
American special operations forces captured a militant Sunday who was involved in the attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, two US officials confirmed to Fox News.
The Pentagon confirmed Thursday that a second U.S. Special Operations team was in the area when a Special Forces team was ambushed in Niger earlier this month.
A new round of airstrikes in Yemen by American drones killed at least nine ISIS fighters, a military official said Thursday.
The U.S. military estimates the Islamic State now controls just three percent of Iraq and only five percent of Syria after the fall of Raqqa, Syria to U.S.-backed fighters more than three years after the first American airstrikes against the terror group.
The ambush in Niger earlier this month that left four U.S. troops dead has been the subject of immense speculation, not only concerning President Trump’s public response to the tragedy but also about what actually happened on the ground that day.
Today, the Islamic State controls just three percent of Iraq after controlling one-third of the country two years ago, but American officials say an old nemesis in the region continues to stoke tensions inside the country, creating another immediate challenge once ISIS is defeated.
Nigerien forces have discovered the body of a fourth U.S. soldier killed in an ambush earlier this week, U.S. officials told Fox News Friday.
There was no U.S. surveillance drone overhead at the time of the ambush in Niger which killed three U.S. Army Green Berets and wounded two others Wednesday, multiple officials familiar with the matter tell Fox News.
Three U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers were killed and two others were wounded Wednesday in an ambush in the west African country of Niger.
A U.S. military aircraft crashed in Syria on Friday, causing minor injuries to two service members, officials said.
The U.S. Air Force is investigating a racist incident on the campus of the U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Iranian state television released video footage Friday claiming to show the launch of a new type of medium-range ballistic missile, a few hours after it was displayed during a military parade in Tehran.
American forces on Friday conducted six precision airstrikes in Libya against an ISIS camp, killing 17 militants and destroying three vehicles, the military said in a statement.
American and Russian generals met face-to-face at an undisclosed location in the Middle East this week days after the Pentagon accused Russia of bombing U.S.-backed fighters in eastern Syria -- with U.S. special operations forces dangerously close by.
The outgoing head of the Navy's surface forces sent a message to the fleet Monday outlining changes to how U.S. warships should operate at sea, following a series of recent deadly crashes, according to a memo obtained by Fox News.
Marine Corps investigators are looking at a ruptured underground gas line as the possible cause of a fire that engulfed a vehicle Wednesday at Camp Pendleton in California, injuring 15 Marines -- five of whom remain in critical condition.
The U.S. military carried out another round of drone strikes in Somalia Wednesday.
Five U.S. troops were wounded Monday when a suicide bomber drove a car bomb into an armored convoy outside Bagram Air Base in northern Afghanistan, officials told Fox News.
Last month, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said if North Korea follows through on its threats to fire a missile at the United States or its allies “it’s game on.”
The U.S. military on Friday pulled back surveillance aircraft that had been watching an 11-bus ISIS convoy filled with hundreds of militants and their family members -- at the request of the Russian government.
The U.S. military will add four launchers to its Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-ballistic missile system over the next "few hours" to shore up South Korea's defenses against a North Korean strike, two U.S. officials told Fox News Wednesday.
North Korea claimed Sunday that it had developed a hydrogen bomb to use with a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
Divers have found the remains of all 10 sailors who went missing after the USS John S. McCain, the U.S. Navy vessel, collided with an oil tanker near Singapore last week.