Airman Shot and Killed While Trying to Stop Armed Robbery
Mckeough's friends spoke out Sunday on Facebook, referring to him a hero.
Veterans Court May Be Collateral Damage in Immigration Fight
The Veterans Treatment Court in Eugene, Oregon and 40 other specialty courts risk losing all or part of their budgets.
US-Backed Forces Admit to 'Difficulties' Beating ISIS in Syria
The battle to capture the extremist group's last patch of territory in eastern Syria has dragged on for weeks.
General's Family: From Segregation to Command in 100 Years
Fort Jackson's commanding general is descended from a soldier who served there in a segregated military.
Lawyer: US Navy Veteran Held in Iran Sentenced to 10 Years
Michael White of Imperial Beach, California, was convicted on charges of insulting Iran's supreme leader and posting private...
Sailors Extinguish USS Devastator Fire in Bahrain
The fire aboard USS Devastator started while the mine countermeasures ship was pierside at NSA Bahrain.
Trump Downplays White Nationalism Threat After New Zealand Mosque Massacre
When asked whether he thought white nationalism was a rising threat around the world, Trump responded, "I don't really."
Iraq War Veteran Sentenced to 9 Years in Prison for Abusing Neighbors' Dogs
Former Navy corpsman David Herbert targeted next-door neighbors in Oceanside in 2017.
New York Signs Agreement with Brazil for Joint Military Training Missions
The agreement is the latest program that pairs the state National Guard with the militaries of foreign countries.
Afghan Troops Go Missing After Fleeing Battle with Taliban
Around 100 Afghan soldiers fled their posts and tried to cross into neighboring Turkmenistan.
2020 Military Budget Focused on China Despite Border Talk
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan summarized the budget proposal in three words: "China, China, China."
Trump Taps Air Force General to Head Up European Command, NATO Forces
Gen. Tod Wolters would become the fourth Air Force officer to hold the NATO post.
Marines May Practice Attacking Enemy Ships from Shore in Upcoming Exercise
About 5,000 Marines from I MEF joined approximately 5,000 sailors operating on four ships for Pacific Blitz 2019.
Air Force F-22 Pilot Acquitted of Rape Charges, Found Guilty of Assault
Col. Jason W. Costello was accused of multiple sexual-assault offenses that allegedly took place between 2012 and 2014.
Here's Why the Navy Is Deploying with a Bunch of Louisville Sluggers
It's not often sailors get permission to take a baseball bat to a multimillion-dollar aircraft carrier.
Chairman's Flight Surgeon Shares Insights on How to Run Farther and Live Longer
"Researchers are looking at ways that can extend our lives, and quality of life, well into our latter decades."
'Triple Frontier': Operators Gotta Operate
The film doesn't celebrate fallen operators as heroes but asks a more provocative question: After we're done with them, what...
Marine Corps Removes Tuition Assistance Restrictions
The changes make it easier for junior personnel to use the benefit.
Enlisted, Given 4 Stars: 8-Year-Old Takes Brief Command of Fort Polk
Typically, an 8-year-old cannot enlist in the Army and then immediately pin four stars. This was not a typical situation.