The airborne corps of the People's Liberation Army Air Force has fielded a new type of combat vehicle to its troops, according to the unit.
Nineteen Iranian navy servicemen were killed after an incident happened to the Iranian Army's Konarak logistic vessel in the country's waters near the southern port of Jask in the Sea of Oman, official IRNA agency reported on Monday.
Multiple gunshots fired from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) hit a South Korean guard post in the inter-Korean border, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said Sunday.
A Chinese Ministry of National Defense spokesperson on Thursday voiced firm opposition to the United States and Australia strengthening their military presence in the South China Sea.
A Canadian helicopter has gone missing off the coast of Greece during a mission with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies, the country's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed on Twitter on late Wednesday.
The U.S. Navy announced Wednesday it will conduct a wider investigation into an outbreak of the coronavirus among sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, which led to the dismissal of its captain, Brett Crozier, who had pleaded for help.
The number of sailors testing positive for COVID-19 aboard U.S. Navy destroyer, the USS Kidd, rose to 64 as the warship on Tuesday afternoon docked at a naval base in San Diego, California, local media have reported.
China on Tuesday condemned trespassing by a United States warship in China's territorial waters and urged Washington to cease military operations detrimental to regional security, peace and stability.
The United States drives global growth in military spending, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said in a report on Monday.
At the request of the Cambodian military and with the approval of the Central Military Commission, the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Saturday sent urgently needed COVID-19 prevention and control materials, including nucleic acid testing kits and protective gowns, to the Cambodian military by air force planes.
U.S. Navy on Friday recommended the reinstatement of Captain Brett Crozier's command of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
South Africa's military reserves have been called up to join the fight against COVID-19 as the pandemic continues unabated, the army said on Thursday.
China's second amphibious assault ship was launched in Shanghai on Wednesday, according to footage published on Chinese websites.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he had instructed the U.S. Navy to destroy any Iranian gunboats if they harass U.S. ships at sea.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said on Wednesday it has successfully sent a military satellite into orbit.
More than 700 crew members from the USS Theodore Roosevelt, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier docked in Guam, have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Tuesday, CNN reported, quoting the U.S. Navy.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Sunday said the United States had given a "Hollywood" account of an encounter between the two rivals' navies in the Persian Gulf region, after Washington said Teheran's vessels had harassed its ships.
The U.S. Navy on Thursday identified the USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor who had died of COVID-19.
Military medics sent to assist in Wuhan's fight against the novel coronavirus have fulfilled their missions and returned home.
Around 4,000 military medics dispatched to Hubei, epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China have returned with approval from Xi Jinping, chairman of the Central Military Commission.
The U.S. Navy said on Wednesday that a Russian Su-35 fighter jet put the crew of a P-8A surveillance aircraft at risk while performing a high-speed inverted maneuver in front of the U.S. aircraft during an "unsafe" intercept on Wednesday in international airspace over the Mediterranean Sea.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) fired multiple unidentified projectiles into the East Sea, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said Tuesday.
The People's Liberation Army Air Force's first female flight instructors began training students late last month, the Air Force said in a statement released on Friday.
A Chinese naval flotilla led by an aircraft carrier reportedly sailed through the Miyako Strait and headed toward the Pacific Ocean.
The number of COVID-19 cases on USS Theodore Roosevelt, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, has risen to 550, the U.S. Navy said on Saturday.
The AG600 is preparing in Hubei Province to conduct its first maritime test flight this year as planned, despite the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) epidemic.
Acting Secretary of the U.S. Navy Thomas Modly reportedly resigned Tuesday after being forced to do so over his firing an aircraft carrier captain, who alarmed high-ranking officials about a novel coronavirus outbreak on board and pleaded for help.
Captain Brett Crozier, who has commanded aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt until his recent removal by the Navy for sounding the alarm about a coronavirus outbreak on board, has tested positive for the virus, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
Many in the U.S. are outraged by the Navy's decision to relieve Capt. Brett Crozier of his duty as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier.
The number of positive tests for COVID-19 on board aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt rose to 155, up 13 percent from the previous day, Reuters reported Saturday, citing the U.S. Navy.