Trump Signs Directive Expediting Student Debt Forgiveness for Some Veterans
He announced an effort Wednesday to accelerate the process for canceling eligible disabled veterans' federal student loans.
Smoking Ban at VA Hospitals Will Soon Apply to Employees, Too
The policy initially exempted employees, but now they must comply by January 2020.
Navy Fires 2nd Japan-Based Leader in a Day as Destroyer XO Is Canned
Both officers belong to the Navy's Task Force 70.
New Set of Gear Could Allow Soldiers to Ditch AA Batteries for Good
The service wants equipment sets that can run communication, navigation and weapons accessories off of a common power source.
Army Awaits Afghanistan Guidance as Trump Talks Withdrawal
Policymakers have yet to tell the Army how to handle a potential Afghan withdrawal.
Marine Corps Commandant Acknowledges Worries on Japan-Korean Ties
Gen. David Berger stressed that Japan and Korea have common interests despite their differences.
Former VA Pathologist Charged in Deaths of 3 Patients
VA officials said in January that outside pathologists reviewed nearly 34,000 cases handled by Dr. Robert Morris Levy.
Pearl Harbor Destroyer USS Michael Murphy Returns After 92 Days at Sea
It was an eventful 92 days at sea for the destroyer USS Michael Murphy, which returned Monday to Pearl Harbor.
Air Force Academy Chapel to Close in September for Renovations
Officials at the academy say a $158 million restoration and preservation project is scheduled to begin Nov. 1.
The Wait Is Over: Pence Announces Coming Activation of US Space Command
U.S. Space Command is a precursor to the proposed U.S. Space Force service branch.
Navy Relieves Cruiser Antietam's Skipper After 12 Weeks on the Job
Capt. Tadd Gorman was relieved less than three months after he took command.
US Military Can Conduct CASEVACs Over Iraq Without Permission, Officials Say
Coalition aircraft can still come to the rescue of ground troops even as Iraq recently enacted airspace limitations.
Troops Who Deployed to the US-Mexico Border Are Getting a Medal
The award is designated for troops who "encounter no foreign armed opposition or imminent hostile action."
Army Announces Winter Deployments to Europe, Afghanistan
Two Army units are headed to Afghanistan amid thinning hopes that the U.S. will reach a peace deal with the Taliban.
WWII Vet 'Benny the Bagger' Marks 98th Birthday -- At Work
The Stop & Shop off Highway 1 in New Jersey presented Ficeto with a cake. He was also serenaded by a USO Show Troupe.
WWII Vet Jack Whitaker, Who Called the First Super Bowl, Dies at 95
Whitaker was wounded by either an artillery shell or mortar while in service in WWII.
Financial Rule of Thumb: Maintain an Emergency Fund
Money set aside for those unexpected situations can keep you out of financial trouble.
'Addiction Unplugged': PTSD and the Opioid Crisis
Combat veterans are one of the largest at-risk groups for opioid addiction, both from injuries sustained in the field or as a...
Patriotism or Protest? Army Vet Jimi Hendrix Had Woodstock’s 'Most Electrifying Moment'
50 years ago, Hendrix played the National Anthem at the Woodstock Festival. What was his motivation?