West Point graduate Spenser Rapone’s views raised red flags after he posted the message ‘communism will win’ on TwitterA West Point cadet who wore a Che Guevara T-shirt to his graduation and posted a message online saying “communism will win” has been dis...
Troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition storm airport compound of Yemen's main port city Hodeidah after fierce battles with Iran-aligned Houthis fighting to defend their sole port.
Police in the Papua New Guinea Highlands are investigating an attack on a work camp that is part of the country's biggest resources project.
There were cheers at a community forum in the Top End town of Katherine when a local accused the Defence Department of "spin", and urged it to take responsibility for the damage PFAS contamination has done to the region.
The Freedom Guardian military drill, scheduled for August and usually involving more than 60,000 American and South Korean troops, is officially put on hold but decisions on subsequent wargames are yet to be made.
The Department of Veterans' Affairs secretly deleted an incapacity policy to prevent an injured veteran claiming assistance — without telling the veteran or his lawyer.
Houthi forces are fighting to keep control of the airport in Yemen's main port city of Hodeidah, as Saudi-led coalition air strikes hit the compound, in an offensive that could be a turning point in the three-year conflict.
John Paul Finnigan and Kevin Williams both struggled with PTSD after serving in Iraq Two former soldiers who killed themselves within weeks of each other should have received more support, the brother of one of the men has said.John Paul Finnigan and Kevi...
A suicide bomber strikes in Afghanistan's east, killing at least 10 people in the second attack in as many days targeting Taliban fighters, security forces and civilians celebrating a holiday ceasefire.
South Korea and the United States are expected to announce the suspension of "large-scale" military drills this week, with the provision they would restart if North Korea failed to keep its promise to denuclearise, news agency Yonhap reports.
A car bomb kills at least 26 people in eastern Afghanistan, as Taliban fighters and Afghan soldiers elsewhere in the country came together to celebrate an unprecedented ceasefire.
Donald Trump's decision to stop "provocative" war games between the United States and South Korea has analysts worldwide divided — but what are they exactly, and why are they such a point of contention?