Sailors can expect more promotions and bonuses as the service starts growing again, according to the Navy's personnel chief.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said talks between the government and Taliban, and a peace process, are closer than ever.
A new study says that Army recruits from Southern states are the most unfit.
The Naval Surface Forces commander is stepping down following a reported recommendation that he be relieved.
Afghans recognized President Trump with a gold medal for bravery after his administration suspended aid to Pakistan.
Rex Tillerson warned that if North Korea does not negotiate on its nuclear weapons it could trigger a military response.
A U.S. Army dog that served during World War II was posthumously awarded Britain's highest honor for animal bravery.
An organization of physicians who oppose cruelty to animals is asking for an investigation of two incidents in recent years.
The Medal of Honor recommendation for "Marine's Marine" John Canley is on the president's desk.
An Army veteran who says someone left a scalpel inside him after surgery is suing a veterans affairs hospital.
Department of Veterans Affairs won't initiate a study into the drug's effects on post-traumatic stress disorder.
The U.S. faces new challenges in Iraq and Syria despite the crumbling of ISIS.
According to sources, McMaster met with officials from South Korea and Japan.
An internal Pentagon memo that instructed commands to lay off detailed descriptions of military needs caused consternation.
A U.S. Navy veteran is suing the VA hospital that he said misdiagnosed his stomach pains as cocaine addiction.
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