Graphic explaining Israel's Iron Dome anti-missile system, which is being used to defend the country against rocket attacks by Gaza. MCT 2014
Undated photo released Friday Jan. 16, 2004, of an aerial view of the June 1944 D-Day landings in Normandy, France, one of a selection of aerial photographs taken by the Royal Air Force (RAF) over Western Europe during World War II, which will be made available online for the first time on M…
Technician Max Grattan carries a training gun and wears a suit fitted with reflectors that help create a lifelike avatar.
An East German worker lays some of the first stone blocks of the Berlin Wall, August 1961, shortly after the border between East and West Berlin was sealed. (AP Photo)
This is an aerial view of the remains of the city of Hiroshima, Japan, Sept. 5, 1945, one month after the atomic bomb was dropped on it. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)
This desolated area, with only some buildings standing here and there is what was left of Hiroshima, Japan, Sept. 3, 1945 after the first atomic bomb was dropped. (AP Photo)
German field artillery beginning the retreat from the front which had threatened Paris during World War I. Undated photo. (AP Photo)
Gov. Jan Brewer, in her first trip to Afghanistan, said the war in real life is "unimaginable."
Sen. John McCain of Arizona makes a point during his address to the Republican National Convention Monday, August 16, 1988 in New Orleans. Monday was the opening day of the convention at the Superdome. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)
WASHINGTON — The military is under-reporting the number of times that Afghan soldiers and police open fire on American and other foreign troops.
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems said today it has completed a preliminary design review of a key component of the Standard MIssile-3 Block IIA interceptor.
Getty photographer Chris Hondros stands in front of a burning building while on assignment on April 18, 2011, in Misrata, Libya. Hondros, 41, died Wednesday, April 20, 2011 after being seriously wounded while on assignment in Misrata, Libya, according to Getty's director of photography, Panc…
Although Christmas lights illuminate the streets of a prosperous Seoul, last month's artillery attack by North Korea on a South Korean island has many in Seoul concerned.
Friends and fellow Rangers escort the hearse for Army Sgt. Martin A. Lugo, 24, at Holy Hope Cemetery, 3555 N. Oracle Road. "Martin's death makes us think of what is meaningful in life," said Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas of the Diocese of Tucson, who oversaw Saturday's service.
"(Martin) had a need to do the right thing, always," says his mom, Maria Marin, left, with her daughter and Martin's sister, Leslie Bencic.
Martin M. Lugo is consoled by Jane Welti at Holy Hope Cemetery during Saturday's burial of his son, Army Ranger Sgt. Martin A. Lugo, who was killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 19.
Fellow enlisted men escort the casket of Army Ranger Sgt. Martin A. Lugo. "He fearlessly led his squad into and through a fierce firefight," Col. Bill Ostlund said about Lugo, a Tucson High grad.
Before he left for the war that claimed his life, Army Ranger Sgt. Martin A. Lugo asked his mother for a favor. If he didn't make it home, he said, he wanted her to give the eulogy at his funeral. On Saturday, more than 800 mourners looked on as Maria Marin honored her son's last wish.
Misha Pemble-Belkin (izq.) y Ross Murphy (der.) toman un descanso en el punto de combate 'Restrepo' en la cinta del mismo nombre.