Twenty years after the attacks of Sept. 11, a small group of American combat veterans competing in the Tokyo Paralympics.
After World War II, many Japanese martial arts were banned in occupied Japan, but karate flourished.
First Lt. Amber English -- one of six soldiers taking part in shooting events at Camp Asaka north of Tokyo -- won gold in...
The 1964 Tokyo Olympics showcased Japan’s resiliency and reemergence less than two decades after World War II.
Sungjae Im and Si Woo Kim would love nothing more than to win an Olympic medal in golf for reasons unlike anyone else.
The Defense Department said that the U.S. Olympic team will include 17 soldiers, a Marine and a Coast Guardsman.
Naomi Graham is aware of the importance of being chosen as two-time Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields' middleweight...
Two hundred wounded, ill or injured athletes came together Sept. 28 for the start of a weeklong competition.
Mahala Norris is the Air Force Academy's 3,000-meter steeplechase national champion.
The Justice Department said the auction was a violation of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a broad set of legal...
The Dominator was used in 2020 to recover the remains of seven Marines and one sailor after their AAV sunk.
One pilot was flown to a hospital in Dallas in critical condition.
Construction on the MidAmerica facility is scheduled to be completed in early 2024.
Soldiers have limited options to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine, and may have a hard time claiming an exemption.