How 'Warrior Athletes' Eat

The members of the U.S. military's Special Operations Forces—elite teams like the Navy SEALs and Army Special Forces—are like the professional ath...

By: Dustin Brady

The 'Train Like a Marine' Workout: A HITT Plan

Last time we brought to you the general idea behind the Marine Corps High Intensity Tactical Training(HITT) , in the train like a Marine workout. In...

By: George Kalantzis

Do 20 Times More Than What You're Doing Now

Mark Divine is by no means typical. The retired Navy SEAL Commander joined America's most elite fighting force in his mid-20s, leaving behind a succ...

By: Dustin Brady

Do Your First Pull-Up With This Simple Workout. Guaranteed.

If you're ready to stop making excuses for why you can't do Pull-Ups, Major Misty Posey has a workout for you. Posey, who taught herself Pull-Ups t...

By: Dustin Brady

How to Learn Pull-Ups (Or Anything Else for That Matter)

Marine Major Misty Posey can do 25 Pull-Ups from a dead hang. That's more than double the required number for Navy SEALs. Before you ask—no, she's...

By: Dustin Brady

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SEALFIT uses rigorous training techniques to push athletes further, helping them understand what their bodies are actually capable of.

Robots at the Ready

Air Force engineer 1st Lt Jason Rathje describes the robots or “autonomous agents,” which his lab is developing to help Airmen and emergency personnel to be better informed.

The Sky’s Not the Limit

Col Benjamin Alvin Drew, Jr. (Ret) describes the path that led him from Air Force helicopter pilot to astronaut.

To Own the Skies

Air Force Lt Col Eric Smith, an F-35 instructor pilot, talks about the elements that make the F-35 one of the most technologically advanced aircrafts in history.

No Time to Fail

After the massive 2010 Haiti earthquake damaged Port-au-Prince International Airport’s air traffic control tower, a small U.S. Air Force Special Operations team quickly got the airfield running so that countries could start delivering aid.