Protesters Petition University to Reconsider SecAF's Appointment as President
9,700 people have signed a petition urging the University of Texas at El Paso to reconsider its nomination of Heather Wilson.
Controversial Military Malpractice Policy May Be Closer to Overturn Than Ever
Feres ruling continues to bar military personnel from suing the government for malpractice.
US Cautions Russia over Military Mission in Venezuela
Pompeo told Russia's foreign minister that Russia's dispatch of personnel to Venezuela is increasing tensions.
Luke Air Force Base Readies for Additional F-35s to Train Turkish Pilots
Luke Air Force Base expects to receive two additional F-35A Joint Strike Fighters for its pilot training program with Turkey.
Intruder Detonates Gas Canisters near Japanese Office at Okinawa Marine Base
The incident happened at about 6 p.m. Sunday at Camp Foster's Okinawa Defense Bureau office, a bureau spokesman said.
AFRICOM to Respond to Cyclone Disaster in Mozambique
Troops are on the ground assessing the scope of the growing humanitarian crisis.
Post-9/11 Vets Have Far Higher Disability Ratings Than Prior Generations: Report
About 41 percent of post-9/11 veterans have disability ratings, compared to 25 percent for veterans of other eras.
Vets Are Out-Representing Non-Vets in STEM Jobs: Report
A contributing factor has been the Pentagon's discussion of investment in STEM fields as a national security issue.
Attorney General Says Mueller Finds No Trump-Russia Conspiracy
Mueller did not determine whether Trump obstructed justice, which was another focus of the investigation, Barr wrote.
Sikorsky-Boeing's Futuristic Defiant Rotorcraft Completes First Flight
After just over a year of delays, the Sikorsky-Boeing SB>1 Defiant helicopter has completed its first test flight.
First Enlisted Woman to Try for Air Force Special Operations Weather Career
Another female airman is attempting battlefield training for the Tactical Air Control Party career field.
Coast Guard Offloads $360M Worth of Cocaine Seized in Eastern Pacific
The massive cocaine load was confiscated off the coasts of Mexico and other countries in Central and South America.
Marine Raiders Fire Back After Call to Disband MARSOC
Dissolving MARSOC would be a huge blow.
'I Can Still Picture it:' Pilots Recall Role in Green Ramp Disaster
For the first time the C-130 pilots speak publicly about what happened on March 23, 1994 at Pope Air Force Base.
Marine Found Dead at Camp Pendleton Guard Post from Gunshot Wound to Head
The Marine Corps would not release any additional information regarding the incident.
New Survey Shows How Top Companies Attract and Hire Veterans
A new Monster.com and Military.com survey shows what veterans are looking for in potential employers and what employers can d...
The Man Behind 'Lt. Dan' Is All Patriotism, No Politics
Sinise is interested in common ground. If that's not what you want from a public figure, you'd best read something besides "G...
Woodland, WA Hires a Marine Veteran as Police Chief to 'Right the Ship'
In 2017, New York City native Jim Kelly took on a department pummeled by years of lawsuits and conflict.
Armed Forces Retirement Home Accepting Applicants
New regulations allow married couples to live in the homes.