Navy Says it Has Made Almost All Changes Recommended After Deadly Collisions
Of the 117 changes recommended, 91 were put in place, according to a Feb. 25 memorandum to Congress by Adm. William Moran.
Coast Guard Cutter Keeps Eye on North Korea During Patrol of East China Sea
Coast Guard cutter Bertholf completed a patrol of the East China Sea earlier this month.
California National Guard to Leave Border, Help Stop Fires
California is calling in the National Guard for the first time next month to help protect communities from devastating fires.
DoD Releases $6.7 Billion List of Projects That Could Be Bumped for Border Wall
The Pentagon finally released the list of the military construction projects that could be used to fund the border wall.
US Accuses Russia, China of Undermining Space Peace Push
The U.S. accused Russia and China of raising the risk of conflict in space, notably by developing anti-satellite weapons.
US Rapid-Deployment Troops Arrive in Berlin for Maneuvers
U.S. Army Europe says 350 soldiers from the 1st Armored Division arrived in Berlin Tuesday as part of a group of 1,500.
VA Receives $25 Million Donation to Provide Genetic Testing for Veterans
Billionaire and former Air Force reservist Denny Sanford plans to give his fortune away.
Congressmen Urge FBI to Investigate Bots Targeting Veterans with Fake News
Four congressmen urged the FBI to investigate "foreign entities" believed to be targeting service members and vets online.
Mattis Returning to Research Role at Stanford Think Tank
The Hoover Institution at Stanford announced that Mattis will join the public policy think tank to research and write.
US-Backed Syria Force Says it Captured Jihadists Behind Attack on US Troops
Nineteen people including four American personnel were killed in the January 16 suicide bombing claimed by ISIS.
Syria's Defense Minister Slams 'Illegitimate' US Presence
The U.S. currently has about 2,000 troops in eastern and northern Syria.
2020 Hopeful Gabbard Calls For End of 'Wasteful' Wars
Gabbard, a combat veteran, said she would like to spend that money on health care, education and other needs in the U.S.
Remains of Ohio Soldier Killed in Korean War Identified
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said in a statement that Army Cpl. Stephen Nemec was accounted for on July 13, 2018.
University Trumpeters Offer Taps for Veterans' Funerals
Ten trumpet students at a Louisiana university are offering to play Taps at veterans' funerals.
Dozens of Buildings Underwater at Offutt Air Force Base After Massive Flood
Officials and airmen stationed at Offutt will not be able to get into roughly 60 structures until water from floods recedes.
Pipe Tomahawk Given by Washington in 1792 Returned to Tribe
Washington gave the combination tobacco-smoking pipe and weapon to Cornplanter as he negotiated a peace treaty with the Six N...
Military Discounts for Major League Baseball Games
Major League Baseball teams are showing their appreciation for service members with military discounts on game tickets.
Burgoyne Always Has the Back of His Navy Lacrosse Teammates
Teammates elected Ian Burgoyne to wear the No. 40 in honor of former Navy lacrosse player Brendan Looney.
‘Stop Looking at These Kids as Heroes’: Vet’s Documentary Features Afghan War Footage
Former Marine Miles Lagoze hopes his film "Combat Obscura" will alter the "sanitized and sanctified view of the military" man...