More US Remains from Korean War Nearing Final ID
This progress comes as Trump prepares for a follow-up summit meeting next week with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
US Soldier Wounded in Suicide Attack Sues Bomber's Employer
The federal lawsuit accuses Fluor Corporation of allowing the Afghan national responsible for the bombing to work alone.
Here's What Happened During False Report of Shooter at Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Police sent a SWAT team to investigate while thousands of civilian workers and sailors were told to shelter in place.
Lawmakers Compare Border Policies to WWII Internment of Japanese-Americans
President Donald Trump's border policies have drawn comparisons to the internment of Japanese-Americans in World War II.
VA to Get 3 New Fisher Houses for Families of Troops Needing Medical Care
Fisher Houses are coming to Michigan and Nebraska for the first time.
Marines Guzzle Snake Blood Once Again in Gnarliest Training Exercise
The annual exercise Cobra Gold is not for the faint of heart.
Here's How Much Has Been Made from the Sale of Surplus M1 Rifles to Civilians
The Civilian Marksmanship Program sells M1 rifles, many of which were used in World War II and the Korean War.
Navy's Maintenance Boss Defends New Supercarrier Despite Tech Bugs
The Navy is working through a series of problems that have left the Ford behind schedule and over budget.
Feds Share Watchlist with 1,400 Private Groups
The government's admission comes after years of insistence that the list is generally not shared with the private sector.
Army Taps Raytheon to Build Enhanced Radios for Black Hawks, Apaches
ARC-231A are "software-defined" so they can be rapidly updated without requiring the radio to be removed from the aircraft.
Air Force Releases Deploy-or-Out Policy Guidelines
Those who have been unable to deploy for 12 consecutive months will be flagged for separation consideration.
NATO Troops Were Located, Tricked Into Disobeying Orders in Research Experiment
Enemies can use social media to not only inexpensively find and target NATO forces but manipulate them, new research has foun...
Putin Sternly Warns US Against Putting Missiles in Europe
Putin said Russia will retaliate by fielding new weapons that will take just as little time to reach their targets.
US Steps Up Winter-Warfare Training as Global Threat Shifts
Nearly 8,000 feet up at a training center in the California mountains, the air is thin and the snow is chest high.
Alabama Woman who Joined Islamic State Seeks Return to US
Hoda Muthana regrets ever aligning herself with the terrorist organization and is putting herself at risk by speaking out.
Bill Cosby: Navy Life Prepared Me for My 'Amazing Experience' in Prison
"He was in the Navy for four years, and this is no different than being in the Navy," his spokesman said.
7 Date Night Deals for Military Couples
Military couples spend a lot of time apart. So one of the things we treasure is a good old-fashioned date night.
Try These Ideas Before Privatizing Military Moves
The Pentagon should try these ideas first and allow TRANSCOM more time to consider the effects of privatizing military moves.
'Black Panther' Chadwick Boseman Set to Star in Spike Lee's Upcoming Vietnam Movie
"Da 5 Bloods" is the story of Vietnam veterans who return to the jungle to confront their pasts.