The 1st CISM Military World Summer Games 1995 were held in Rome from 4 to 16 September 1995; 93 nations competed in 17 different sporting events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the second World War and of the ratification of the United Nations Organization Charter.
In 1999, the 2nd CISM Military World Summer Games 1999 were held in August 1999 in Zagreb, Croatia; 7000 participants from 82 nations competed in 20 sports.
In 2003, the 3rd CISM Military World Summer Games 2003 were held in December 2003 in Catania, Italy; Participants from 84 different nations competed in 13 sports.
In 2007, the 4th CISM Military World Summer Games 2007 were held in October 2007 in Hyderabad, India; Participants from 101 countries competed in 14 sports.
2011Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In 2011, the 5th CISM Military World Summer Games 2011 were held in July 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Participants from 108 countries competed in 20 sports. Brazil topped the medal table with 45 gold, 33 silver and 36 bronze. China was the second with 37 gold, 28 silver and 34 bronze. Italy captured 14 gold, 13 silver and 24 bronze to round out the top three.
In 2015, the 6th CISM Military World Summer Games 2015 were held in October 2015 in Mungyeong, Korea. Participants from 105 countries, more 15 as observer, competed in 24 sports, including five military sports. Russia topped the medal table with 59 gold, 43 silver and 33 bronze. Brazil took the second place with 34 gold, 26 silver and 24 bronze. China captured 32 gold, 31 silver and 35 bronze to round out the top three.
The 7th Military World Games was the first international military multi-sport event to be held in China and also it was the largest military sports event ever to be held in China, with nearly 10,000 athletes from over 100 countries competing in 27 sports. The multi-sport event included 25 official and 2 demonstrative sports. Six sport disciplines such as badminton, tennis, table tennis, women's boxing and men's gymnastics made their debuts in the event.