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Military Families Get Access to Hundreds More Child Care Centers in Pilot Program
Military families struggling to find child care could get help if the DoD has success with a new two-year pilot program.
Navy Recruits Are Now Using Their Fingerprints to Sign Enlistment Documents
Using fingerprints to sign documents has enabled recruiters to work digitally the entire time instead of printing pages.
Sailors and Families Are Seeking $287M in New Lawsuits After Navy Ship Collision
Navy leaders have acknowledged several missteps that led to the fatal accident.
Army Providing Security for Vindman During Probe
An official says the Army and local law enforcement are providing security as he testifies during the impeachment hearing.
Here Are the Marine Corps Units That Will Get Athletic Trainers Next
Marine leaders are forging ahead with a proposal to invest millions annually on experienced athletic trainers.
$90 Million Per Seat? Boeing's Space Capsule Draws Criticism from Watchdog
Boeing is pushing back vigorously on the new report's findings.
Butterfly on a Bomb Range: Endangered Species Act at Work on Fort Bragg
As a 400-pound explosive resounds in the distance, a tiny St. Francis Satyr butterfly flits among the splotchy leaves.
Taliban Say They Freed US, Australian Hostage for 3 Taliban
The hostages — American, Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks — were released in southern Zabul province.
An Ivy League Protest Stirs Emotions Among Military Students
A Veterans Day protest at Yale University has stirred some controversy at the Ivy League school.
Remains of WWII Soldier to Be Returned to Family in Utah
Sgt. Max Wendell Lower was 23 when he was killed in Romania in August 1943.
Marine Drill Instructors’ 'Unacceptable' Comments About Women Must Stop, General Says
The words drill instructors use have an "enormous" effect on recruits.
Bills Would Award Congressional Gold Medal to Army Rangers of WWII
About 41 of the 7,000 Rangers who served in the war are still alive.
Buttigieg Touts Military Service, Wary of Overstating Role
Pete Buttigieg is careful not to call himself a combat veteran even as he notes the danger he faced.
China Confirms Aircraft Carrier Sailed Through Taiwan Strait
China confirmed on Monday that its first domestically built aircraft carrier had sailed through the Taiwan Strait.
25 Years of Driving Without a License Comes to a Stop for German Man at Spangdahlem Gate
When he could not provide a valid license to the guards, the Air Force called the local police.
Fundraising Campaign to Make Little Green Army Women Crushed Its Goal
Little girls everywhere can soon play with green Army soldiers that actually reflect the presence of women in the armed force...
8 Photos That Celebrate the Diversity of the Military Family
Our military families reflect the diverse nation in which we live. It's time to celebrate that.
'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' Succeeds by Going Back to Basics
"Modern Warfare" feels like a polished game from yesteryear.
How to Get Free Supplies to Ship Care Packages
To help save on the cost of sending service members a little touch of home, the USPS created the Military Care Kit.