During World War I, when African-American National Guard soldiers of New York’s 15th Infantry Regiment arrived in France in December 1917, they expected to enter the trenches to fight the enemy.
In December 1917, the soldiers of the National Guard’s 42nd Division were all in France, waiting for training in the trench warfare that defined World War I in Europe.
Marines, sailors and coalition forces are working as one to demonstrate and increase combined arms operational proficiency during the naval amphibious exercise Bold Alligator 17.
Durcissement des modes d’action de l’adversaire, notamment au Levant et en bande sahélo-saharienne. Étalement de nos forces… L’armée de terre fait face à une diversification des conflictualités. Il y a, enfin, la dialectique du fort […]
The USMC’ last remaining mounted color guard celebrates their 50th year in service, attending rodeos, parades and other events, but it’s the day-to-day life that keeps these horse-borne Marines grounded.
Soldiers of the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, closed out their final major exercise in Europe with a bang during the Combined Resolve IX live-fire exercise.
Forward experts in calling for artillery and mortar fire and directing that ordnance onto enemy targets, hit the mark in testing a new piece of targeting equipment.
"Shadow is airborne at this time," Army Sgt. Phillip Marlowe said over the radio, as he announced the successful launch of a RQ-7B Shadow Tactical UAS during the Saber Junction 17 exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness […]
Newcomers to the interior of Alaska are often taken aback by the extreme cold and its effects on the body and equipment, according to Steve Decker, a training specialist at the Northern Warfare Training Center.
U.S. European Command brought together service members around the world for a computer-assisted global command-and-control exercise called Austere Challenge 2017, which focused on European security.