US marines place barbed wire atop fencing along the United States-Mexico border in San Ysidro, California, on November 9, 2018. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker / AFP) (Photo credit should read SANDY HUFFAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

U.S. Military, DHS Conduct Training Exercises Ahead of Caravan Migrants

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in the Tucson Sector teamed up with Department of Defense (DOD) personnel to conduct training exercises and harden ports of entry in advance of the anticipated arrival of Central American caravan migrants. Officials estimate the region could become saturated with thousands seeking asylum or crossing the border illegally.

U.S. Military Veterans: Martha McSally, Wendy Rogers, Mike Waltz, Dan Crenshaw, and Scott Perry

5 GOP Congressional Candidate Veterans You Should Know

There are 172 military veterans running for office in this midterm election from both parties — a total of 109 Republicans, 62 Democrats, and one independent, with 67 of them incumbents, according to the Military Times.

Army at Bridge

PHOTOS: U.S. Military Troops Reinforce International Bridge Ahead of Migrant Caravan

U.S. military forces placed barriers and concertina wire and carried out drills on the international bridge that divides Hidalgo, Texas, from Reynosa, Mexico. The efforts appear to be preparations for thousands of Central American caravan migrants who are expected to arrive at one of the various ports of entry.

ARLINGTON, VA - JULY 13: U.S. Army Secretary Mark Esper announces that Austin, Texas, will be the new headquarters for the Army Futures Command during a news conference at the Pentagon July 13, 2018 in Arlington, Virginia. The Army is undergoing its biggest reorganization in 45 years with the creation …

Army Secretary: Immigration Recruit Program Accepts over 80% Applicants

A Pentagon program for immigrants who can bring critical skills into the U.S. military in exchange for citizenship accepts over 80 percent of recruits, according to Army Secretary Mark Esper, contrary to reports that suggest the Pentagon has been increasingly rejecting applicants.

NEAR IRAQI BORDER IN KUWAIT - DECEMBER 9: An American flag hangs on an antennae of a tank as U.S. Army M1A1 Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles prepare to take part in an exercise December 9, 2002 near the Iraqi border in Kuwait. They are part of the Armored …

Heritage Study: U.S. ‘Only Marginally Able’ to Defend Interests

The United States armed forces are only “marginally able” to defend America against the current high levels of risk primarily fueled by “formidable” U.S. rivals China and Russia, revealed the 2019 Index of U.S. Military Strength released Thursday by the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank.

US soldiers on a Black Hawk helicopter in Rotterdam harbour

China Suggests Trump Resolve NATO Dispute by Cutting Defense Budget

China’s state-run Global Times was very taken with President Donald Trump’s declaration on Twitter that “NATO countries must pay MORE, the United States must pay LESS” because the current situation is “very unfair!” The United States spending less on defense sounds like a fabulous idea to aggressive expansionist China.

North Korean soldiers carry an aluminum casket containing remains of a U.S. serviceman killed during the Korean War toward U.N. Command soldiers, foreground, at the border village of Panmunjom, South Korea in 1998. (AP)

U.S. Sends 100 Caskets to DMZ to Receive Service Members’ Remains

The U.S. military announced it moved 100 caskets to the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea on Saturday in anticipation of North Korea’s release of the remains of U.S. service members who went missing during the Korean War in the 1950s.