Trump Gets Bird's-eye View of Tyndall, Devastated Florida Communities
Trump saw uprooted trees and houses with tarps covering damaged roofs after his helicopter lifted from Eglin Air Force Base.
US Eyes Military Bases for Coal, Gas Exports
The Trump administration is considering using military bases as transit points for shipments of U.S. coal and natural gas.
Northern Command Air Operations Center Moves to Virginia in Wake of Hurricane
Air security and defense for the continental United States is being handled out of an "alternate location."
Purple Heart Awarded Posthumously to World War I Soldier at Fort Jackson
A Purple Heart has been awarded posthumously to a World War I hero wounded on a battlefield in France 100 years ago.
Navy Identifies Sailor Shot and Killed in Southern Mississippi
Officials tell news outlets that Builder Constructionman Grace Kayla Davis-Marcheschi died at Keesler Air Force Base housing.
Naked Sailor Assaults Police Officer in Busch Gardens Parking Lot, Cops Say
Videos posted to social media on Friday captured something you wouldn't expect to find outside a family-friendly theme park.
Former Airman Found Not Guilty Due to Insanity in Pipe Bomb Case
A former Airman accused of detonating a pipe bomb by a recruiting station has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Afghanistan War Veteran Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro on Prosthetic Legs
Adam Keys said the climb took six days, but he trained for six months to prepare his body.
Widower Takes Ban on Military Injury Claims to Supreme Court
The 68-year-old Feres doctrine prohibits active-duty service members from suing the federal government for injuries.
Northern Command Ramps Up Efforts in Hurricane's Wake
Troops from several states are clearing roads and plucking stranded civilians from wreckage left by Hurricane Michael.
In Afghanistan, He Was an MP. In Charlotte, He's a Convicted Pimp.
The former Army Reservist was convicted of running a sex-trafficking ring that preyed on young, drug-addicted women.
Air Force Doles Out $2.3B for Space Launch Contracts
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin, awarded $500 million for the preliminary work, will build its New Glenn Launch System.
IG Rebukes Top Navy Officer After Aide's 'Bad Santa' Groping Scandal
Richardson kept his public affairs officer on staff for months after harassment allegations came to light.
Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Army Captain Near Downtown Colorado Springs
Police believe the suspect was high on methamphetamines at the time of the murder, according to an arrest affidavit.
Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber's Lawyers
The court also ruled that the chief defense counsel did not have the authority to let civilian lawyers quit the case.
Retirees, Disabled Vets Get Biggest Raise in 7 Years for 2019
The cost of living increase gives more cash to one in every five Americans.
For Sale to the Highest Bidder: A 12-pound Chunk of the Moon
The 12-pound (5.5 kilogram) lunar meteorite was discovered in Northwest Africa last year.
How Service Members and Veterans Can See 'First Man' for Free
"First Man" is an awesome depiction of the dangers and accomplishments of the United States space program.
JFK Library Foundation Launches Podcast About President
The inaugural podcast tells about the future president's service during World War II.