Chinese National who Enlisted in Army Accused of Helping to Recruit Spies
A 27-year-old Chinese national who served in the U.S. Army Reserve was arrested Tuesday on a federal charge.
Mattis: Jury Is Out on Women Succeeding in Combat Jobs
The jury is still out on whether women can be successful in infantry jobs, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday.
11 Years for Soldier who Pleaded Guilty to Chemical Weapon
A federal judge has sentenced a soldier to more than 11 years in prison for making bombs that released chlorine gas.
NATO Chief Plays Balancing Act with Russia
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday he wants a more constructive relationship with Russia.
Admiral Who Attended 'Fat Leonard' Party Grilled in Confirmation Hearing
Vice Adm. Faller, was grilled on his attendance at a party where prostitutes allegedly were provided by "Fat Leonard."
Marine Leaders' Plea to Companies: Get Us Our Gear Faster
Some of the Marine Corps' top acquisition officers had strong words for contractors about the need to move gear into warfight...
'Expecting Casualties:' How Airmen Created the Incredible Thai Cave Rescue Plan
For a rescue attempt like this, with children trapped deep in an uncharted maze of caves, there was no roadmap.
Military Spouses Less Likely Than Troops to Vote: Survey
A new survey shows military spouses of troops are less likely to participate in elections than their service members.
Could This Non-Lethal Round Replace Tasers for Marines?
The munition is intended to be a small-caliber, non-lethal round that can be fired from current conventional small arms.
China Denies Request for a Hong Kong Port Call by USS Wasp
A deterioration in U.S.-China relations, seen dramatically in their trade dispute, is spilling over into the military arena.
Enrollment Fee Changes Announced for Some Tricare Users
Retired Guardsmen and reservists will pay more for Tricare enrollment in 2019, while others will see small decreases.
New Rules: High-and-Tights for Sailors Who Serve With Marines
Navy corpsmen will no longer be exempt from Marine first sergeants' orders to police their mustaches.
Mattis Denies Rift with Top White House Official over Syria Endgame
Jim Mattis and John Bolton appeared to set different conditions for the eventual withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
Air Force OCP Uniform Rollout Just Days Away
The U.S. Air Force is on track to begin distributing its new Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform beginning Oct. 1.
Marine Jailed, Owes Corps More Than Half a Million Dollars
A former Marine who used his position as a Toys for Tots coordinator to make payments to himself will serve 33 months.
After Florence, Commissaries Reopen, Return to Normal Hours
With storm clean-up well on its way, these commissaries have reopened.
Al Matthews, Marine Veteran Who Played Apone in 'Aliens,' Dies at 75
In his most famous scene, he bites down on his cigar as he awakes from hypersleep and starts barking orders to his Marines.
The Making of 'Black Hawk Down: The Untold Story'
Filmmaker and retired Air Force Col. Randall Larsen says the soldiers from Fort Drum have never got the credit they deserved.
'Star Wars' Producer and Marine Corps Veteran Gary Kurtz Dies at 78
Kurtz served during the Vietnam War but refused to carry a loaded weapon despite threats he'd be thrown into jail.