US General Shot in Last Week's Taliban Attack
The Pentagon confirmed that U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Smiley was shot in a Taliban attack that killed two Afghan leaders.
US, Turkey to Soon Begin Joint Patrols in North Syria
Turkish and American troops could begin conducting joint patrols in a matter of days around the Syrian city of Manbij.
Jill Biden Christens Navy Submarine at Virginia Shipyard
Jill Biden is the sponsor of the new USS Delaware. On Saturday, she broke a ceremonial bottle across the submarine's bow.
Army Launches New 'Warriors Wanted' Campaign Aimed at Generation Z
The Army just launched a new marketing campaign called "Warriors Wanted," aimed at Generation Z.
US Veterans, Including Many Women, Seek to Serve Anew in Congress
The percentage of veterans serving in Congress has plunged from more than 70 percent decades ago to about 20 percent today.
Ex-Navy Commander Gets More Than 2 Years in Bribery Case
A federal judge in San Diego on Friday also ordered Troy Amundson, 51, of Ramsey, Minnesota, to pay a $10,000 fine.
Mattis Names Army Colonel as Guantanamo's Chief War Court Judge
Col. Douglas K. Watkins is currently handling hearings in the war crimes case against Guantanamo prisoner Majid Khan.
Russia Warns Sea of Azov Off-Limits to US, NATO Ship Drills
So far, NATO allies haven't signaled an intention of sending ships into Azov or joining possible Ukrainian exercises there.
Coalition Airstrike Targets Mosque Used by Islamic State
The strike took place Thursday when the mosque was being used by ISIS to coordinate attacks on coalition forces.
Trump Says US Will Pull Out of Nuclear Deal with Russia
The 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, known as the INF, was signed by President Ronald Reagan.
Navy SEAL Accused of Stabbing Wounded ISIS Fighter to Death Has a Court Date
Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher is accused of killing an ISIS fighter in Mosul after SEALs treated him for his injuries.
Pentagon Cancels Large-Scale Vigilant Ace Exercise with South Korea
The Defense Department suspended one of its largest annual aviation exercises with South Korea.
Carrier Reagan Resumes Flight Ops After Sailors Injured in Helicopter Crash
Flight operations aboard the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan are back in full swing Friday following a helicopter crash.
Housing Crisis at Camp Lejeune for Military Families in Hurricane's Aftermath
Hurricane Florence damaged much of on-base housing, forcing drastic actions to make room for troops and their families.
Deployments Announced: Army to Send Next Advisory Unit to Afghanistan in 2019
The 2nd Security Force Assistance Brigade assume the Army's advise-and-assist mission to support Afghan security forces.
Sound Off: Should the VA Change Its Motto?
As anyone who flies the flag on their front porch knows, symbols matter. Does this one need to be changed?
6 Reasons That Soldiers Get Jealous of Airmen
Fine, we'll admit it. Soldiers *do* sometimes get jealous of airmen.
Gerard Butler: Americans Are Ready for a New High-Stakes Sub Movie
The Navy provided access to a Los Angeles-class submarine and signed off on the script.
Tyndall Air Force Base Unlivable: How You Can Help
When Hurricane Michael destroyed Tyndall, these spouses stepped up -- and you can, too.