Naval Academy Police Chief Fired After Sexual Harassment Allegations
The chief of the Naval Academy police department has been fired after an investigation into sexual harassment allegations.
Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan to Speak at Naval Academy
The academy announced Thursday that Shanahan will address the graduating class in Annapolis, Maryland, on May 24.
Army Veteran Held on Attempted Murder Counts After Car Hits Crowd
A former U.S. Army sharpshooter with a history of PTSD plowed his car at high speed into a group of pedestrians.
Monitors: US-Led Coalition Killed 1,600 Civilians in Raqqa
The U.S.-led coalition said that 1,257 civilians were killed in airstrikes against ISIS over four years in Syria and Iraq.
Drafting Women Could Diminish Combat Effectiveness, Vet Says
Speakers at a hearing were divided between supporters of the current system and those who want it abolished altogether.
Air Force Captain Who Allegedly Tried to Lure a Child Was Caught in Sting
The 14-year-old child was really an officer with the Sheriff's Office's Internet Crimes Against Children task force.
IG Report: Shanahan Called F-35 Program, Not Plane, 'F-----d Up'
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan did not use his position to promote Boeing, the Pentagon's top watchdog said.
Next Top Enlisted Marine Is a Salty Warfighter Who Will Push PME, New Technology
Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black has been selected to serve as the 19th sergeant major of the Marine Corps.
Army Studies Electrical Brain Zaps for Enhancing Soldier Performance
U.S. Army scientists are studying how running electrical current through the brain could enhance soldier performance.
Trump to Speak at Upcoming Air Force Academy Graduation
President Trump will speak at an Air Force Academy commencement May 30, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.
North Korea Angered over New US Training Event in South Korea
Aircrews and aircraft from the U.S., South Korea and Australia are participating in a new exercise on the Korean Peninsula.
Soldiers and Marines Test the Army's Newest Night-Vision Goggles
The evaluation, which began April 22 and will last until May 3, will include a 36-hour platoon situational training exercise.
Woman Makes Sure Decorated WWII Marine Gets Hero's Farewell
A decorated WWII veteran who died this month with no living relatives is being honored by strangers around the world.
Navy Vet Accused of Threatening Baby, Church on Easter Pleads Not Guilty
A Navy veteran accused of holding a gun to her baby's head and threatening to blow up a church pleaded not guilty.
Military Not Following Own Rules for On-Base Domestic Violence Investigations
The Pentagon's Office of Inspector General released a report showing many investigatory shortcomings across the services.
Telehealth Video Technology Is Helping the VA Reach More Vets
For the first time ever, the VA surpassed more than one million annual video telehealth patient visits last fiscal year.
Ben Affleck Set to Bring World War II's Ghost Army to Screen
The "Ghost Army" used military "special effects" to mislead Germany into deploying its troops in the wrong locations to fight...
10 Unintentionally Hilarious Military Acronyms
Sometimes it’s obvious that the acronym-izer should’ve put more thought into the process and we get some unintentionally hila...
WWII Vet Dr. John C. Carson, One of the Last Doctors to Make House Calls, Dies at 92
Carson served with the U.S. Army Medical Corps at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.