But the military version of 'Arma' is really good.
The 1986 family comedy plays a lot different in the age of drone warfare.
Protective gear worn by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense specialists in the US military just got a lot smarter.
Comedy takes the sting out of our darkest fears.
Officials are wary of troops and civilians trying to catch ‘em all on US military installations, including Arlington National Cemetery.
Lieutenant Colonel Faye Cuevas is using her 19 years of intelligence service to help protect elephants.
Aimed to knock down North Korean rockets, Washington and Seoul's missile-defense system already has its work cut out.
“How do we crack this nut?”
These “military-style” firearms have a long history in private hands.
That's good. And bad.