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100-Year-Old WWII Veteran Awarded French Legion of Honor
The French government on Monday awarded its highest honor to a 100-year-old Kentucky man who fought in World War II.
Report Blames F-22 Belly Skid on Human Error
Investigators attributed the accident largely to human error with a number of factors at play.
B-21 Raider Will Get Maintenance, Support from These 2 Air Force Bases
The Air Force has selected Edwards Air Force Base and Tinker Air Force Base for the B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber program.
First Class of Female Marine Recruits Graduates in New Dress Blues
After years of development, the Marines' new female dress blue uniform is here and available to the Corps' newest members.
Ex-Marine Gunman's Life Was Both Unremarkable and Troubled
Ian David Long enlisted in the Marines out of high school and married at 19. Within five years, he was honorably discharged.
Remains of US Soldier Killed in Korean War Identified
When the Korean War started, Martin was a private first-class serving in a medical detachment in Army's 7th Division.
War Court Judge Pursued Immigration Job While Presiding over USS Cole Case
Air Force Col. Vance Spath was presiding in the USS Cole tribunal and was looking for a way out.
Troops Sent to Border Could Start Pulling Back Before Christmas
The troops deployed to the border to help stop migrants seeking to enter the U.S. could begin "downsizing" before Christmas.
New Assessment: 'Little Clear Progress' in Afghanistan War
The U.S. and Afghanistan have made "little clear progress" in compelling the Taliban to negotiate a deal, a new report says.
Soldiers to Get New Greens Uniform in 2020 After Army Finalizes Design
The Army plans to begin issuing its newly announced Army Greens to new soldiers beginning in summer 2020.
South Korea Unearths Nine Sets of War Dead Remains Inside DMZ
South Korea has unearthed nine sets of remains of war dead during a mine-clearance operation inside the DMZ.
Review Finds 'Sufficient' Evidence Linking Hypertension to Agent Orange Exposure
The finding bolsters the case for veterans with hypertension to be granted easier access to VA benefits.
President Trump Jabs Retired Admiral McRaven for Not Finding Bin Laden Sooner
Trump also called McRaven a "Hillary Clinton fan."
Trump Says He Should Have Gone to Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day
Although protocols don't call for the president to attend ceremonies at Arlington, it has become a semi-tradition.
USS Sioux City Commissioned in Annapolis in Front of 4,000 People
It's been more than four years since construction began on the USS Sioux City.
This Retired Guardsman Memorializes the Past With Christmas Wreaths
Her family's love of Christmas and dedication to service made her the perfect candidate for the task.
Controversial and Hallucinogenic PTSD Drug Explored in Viceland Series
"Kentucky Ayahuasca" follows a shamanic healer who administers the DMT-laced drug via a Native American religious exemption.
AP Top 25: Army Football Ranked for 1st Time Since 1996 at No. 23
The Black Knights (9-2) have been edging toward the Top 25 in recent weeks, and they finally broke through.
How to Lose Weight During the Holiday Season
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert, gives his top tips on how to lose weight (or not ga...