Deployed Lawmaker Fights Air National Guard's Effort to Shrink Spy Plane Fleet
The Air National Guard may be looking to get rid of half its RC-26 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance fleet.
VA to Roll Out New Claims Appeals Process Next Week
Officials say the new system will allow for quicker decisions and clear the backlog of claims.
SOCOM's Iron Man Suit Is Officially Dead
Robert Heinlein gave America the most visceral description of powered armor for the warfighter of the future.
Fourth USS Ronald Reagan Sailor Pleads Guilty in Drug Operation
A fourth USS Ronald Reagan sailor pleaded guilty to charges related to a drug operation that involved 15 7th Fleet sailors.
Investigator in Green Beret Murder Case Charged with Stolen Valor
A decorated former Green Beret who has been charged in the death of a suspected Taliban bomber wants the charges dropped.
Condition of One Injured Army Golden Knights Member Upgraded
The soldiers were injured about 4 a.m. Tuesday during a training exercise at Homestead Air Reserve Base.
McConnell: Trump to Sign Funding Bill, Declare National Emergency
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the president is prepared to issue a national emergency on the border.
NASA Says Goodbye to Mars Rover Opportunity After 15 Years
NASA's Opportunity, the Mars rover built to operate for just three months, was pronounced dead Wednesday.
Sailors Will See More Meritorious Promotions in 2019
Navy leaders will be rewarding more top-notch sailors with merit-based advancements this year.
Air Force Approves Performance Medal for Hungary-Based Airmen
The Air Force for the first time has approved an award for airmen serving with the heavy airlift wing at Papa Air Base.
A Marine Raider Was Awarded the Silver Star for Taking Out an ISIS Car Bomb
A Marine special operator received the nation's third-highest valor award after his heroism in Iraq saved his comrades' lives...
War Crimes Trial of Navy SEAL Postponed Until Late Spring
Gallagher faces charges of premeditated murder, aggravated assault and shooting at civilians during a 2017 Iraq deployment.
Army's Next-Gen Squad Weapon to Feature Deadly Accurate Fire Control
The NGSW's digital fire control system could be revolutionary to infantry squad tactics, an official says.
NATO Weighs Future of Afghan Mission, Seeks to Support Talks
Were U.S. troops to leave the NATO operation, allies like Germany wouldn't be able to do their job.
Mattis May Be Gone, But His Effort to Revolutionize the Infantry Continues
The legacy of former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is driving a revolution in U.S. close-combat tactics.
Special Forces Go Rogue in Netflix Heist Thriller 'Triple Frontier'
"Make no mistake about it: You guys need to own the fact that we do not have the flag on our shoulders."
How 'Game of Thrones' and 'Stars Wars' Inspired One Soldier's Modern Warfare Books
"Star Wars really is the universal war. ... That's what makes it so useful and powerful to use as a device to have a conversa...
PBS' 'Sealab' Remembers the Navy's Brave Aquanauts
Undersea exploration is just as dangerous as outer space travel.
Hulu's 'Catch-22' Remake Looks Like the Sarcastic War Story We've All Been Waiting For
George Clooney directed this new adaptation of Joseph Heller's 1961 satirical World War II novel.