Here are five news stories and events to start your week, from the editors at Military.com.
The U.S. Navy's newest attack submarine, the USS Colorado, joined the fleet Saturday at Connecticut's Naval Submarine Base.
Medals will be presented to soldiers of the 19th Special Forces Group at Utah National Guard headquarters in Draper.
The fundraising scam operated under names similar to the legitimate Wounded Warrior Project.
When he was two years old in 1975, Hien Trinh and family members were rescued by a U.S. Navy warship.
Veterans waiting for their new ID card to arrive by mail won't see it until at least April, officials announced.
Two soldiers remained hospitalized Friday, recovering from injuries suffered in the Wednesday avalanche.
Historians have cast doubt on the claim that a shipment of gold was lost on its way to the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.
There were no signs of further clashes between pro-Turkish forces and Kurdish militia groups that had controlled the city.
Diplomatic sources said the talks would include former U.S. diplomats and South Korean security experts.
For more than 40 years, spectators at the city's St. Patrick's Day parade have kissed passing soldiers.
Lawmakers have been pressing the U.S. Air Force the last few weeks about its light attack program.
President Donald Trump's idea for troops to carry personal weapons on base has gone nowhere.
Pentagon officials took the stance that the military can decide when to disclose that U.S. troops have been in combat.
The Navy has identified the two pilots killed when their F/A-18F Super Hornet crashed into the sea near Key West, Fla.
Navy veteran John Jennings led a fairly typical life for most of his 58 years.
Parade organizers have refused to accommodate Veterans for Peace, and the anti-war group won't be allowed to walk in Sunday's...
Shane Larson plays Coach Dunbar in a current Utah production of "Footloose" and he's definitely outside his comfort zone.
Architect Moshe Safdie says the design would be ruined if it must be shorter than planned.