Father Soldier Son review: An intimate, gut wrenching portrait of an American family, manhood, and a nation at war
A New York Times documentary, Father Soldier Son spans 10 years in the lives of American soldier Barry Eisch and his sons Isaac and Joey.
Chinese military gets approval to run clinical tests of experimental Coronavirus vaccine on human being
AMS’ candidate, named ARCoV, uses mRNA technology, an approach also used by Moderna Inc in the United States and German firm CureVac.
The company's statement, "We will now redirect our investment from XSP to other Boeing programs that span the sea, air and space domains."
A research poll showed that the scientific community is the second most trusted institution in the US after the military,
Microsoft employees opposed US Army contract for HoloLens, aims at "increasing lethality" on battlefield.
Supriya Sule introduces bill in Lok Sabha proposing Rs 2 crore ex-gratia, job quota, annual vacation for kin of martyrs from armed forces
A private member bill seeking to provide one-time lump sum honorarium of Rs 2 crore, free railway passes and reservation up to 5 per cent in private and public jobs for dependents of martyrs of armed forces, was introduced in Lok Sabha
Indonesia's Joko Widodo gets re-elected as president; additional security forces deployed amid fears of unrest
There was a heavy security presence in Jakarta, Indonesia on Tuesday, including in front of the election commission office, which was barricaded with razor wire and protected by scores of heavily armed troops.
United Nations urges countries to cut off business ties with Myanmar military, likens its actions to ethnic cleansing
A United Nations fact-finding mission urged that countries cut off all business with Myanmar's military as part of efforts to hold the army accountable for human rights' abuses
Insect-inspired drones developed by Purdue engineers give Uri's eagle drone competition.
India faces a unique security situation that dictates strong and large armed forces.
Diksha Dagar's success reinforces the importance of military's golf courses, but Indian golf can do well without power tussle
Diksha needs top class coaching to really carve out a name in pro golf. But the real challenge for India and Indian golfers to make a mark in the Olympics would be to get the army to put their shoulder to the wheel. Right now they are just sitting back and waiting for champs to land in their lap.
Pulwama: No easy options for India; diplomacy, international isolation of Pakistan key to strategic policy
Should our military options be directed more specifically at the Pakistan army? The ISI and Pakistan military leadership is the real driving force behind terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and unless they feel real pain, they will have no reason or incentive to change their ways.
Donald Trump to leave 200 troops in Syria as "peacekeeping group", says White House as US withdraws force from war-torn country
"A small peacekeeping group of about 200 will remain in Syria for a period of time," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement after the call between the two leaders
As 'conservative' Indian Army shies away from admitting homosexuals, world's major powers roll out welcome wagon
Let's examine the stand of some of the world's major powers on homosexuals serving in the military
Indian Army 'upset' over govt rejecting its long-standing demand for higher pay, say military sources
The demand was to increase the monthly military service pay from Rs 5,500 to Rs 10,000 and the total annual financial outgo would have been Rs 610 crore if the government had accepted the demand
100th anniversary of end of World War-I: Participation of Indian soldiers helped build army's leadership capabilities
Indians of a particular type get prickly about native troops who went to either World War-I or World War-II. The most merciless label has been to call them 'mercenaries.'
Defence ministry sends spokesperson on leave after controversy breaks out over his tweet criticising ex-navy chief
The defence ministry's tweet, posted in response to a comment by Admiral Arun Prakash, was on the subject of misuse of an Army Command's insignia by a civilian.
Too fat to fight: America's obesity crisis affects Pentagon; nearly one-third of youth too overweight to join army
The new report says the Pentagon has recognised the long-standing obesity problem, and is taking steps to improve the health of its troops.
The 'wide-speed-range vehicles' can fly from hypersonic velocity to lower than the speed of sound.