Amid Funding Concerns, Four-Star Approved to Lead Army Futures Command
The move to confirm Lt. Gen. John M. Murray comes as some call into question the Army's entire plan for Futures Command.
IG Finds the VA Wrongly Denies Benefits to Victims of Military Sexual Trauma
The VA denied 5,500 of 12,000 claims submitted in 2017 by vets who said they suffered from PTSD related to a sexual assault.
Man Who Swindled $13 Million from VA Sentenced to 6 Years
A man who operated parking lots for the VA in Los Angeles was sentenced Monday for bilking the agency of $13 million.
Army Reinstates at Least 36 Discharged Immigrants
Dozens of immigrant recruits booted by the Army after enlisting with a promised pathway to citizenship are coming back.
Iran Unveils New Fighter Jet with Washington in Mind
Iran displayed a new fighter jet Tuesday, saying it will enhance its deterrence capabilities in confronting Washington.
Coast Guard Refers Duck Boat Probe to Feds; Cites Possible Criminal Activity
The federal investigation is in addition to a separate criminal probe by the Missouri attorney general.
'A Hero': Iraq Veteran Died Shielding Her Kids from Car
She risked her life for her country in Iraq, but laid it down for three children in a school parking lot.
Pearl Harbor Survivor Who Pushed to Identify 'Unknowns' Dies
Ray Emory lived through the early morning Japanese aerial bombing but never forgot those who didn't.
The Military Is Overhauling Troops’ Chow as Obesity Rates Soar
Even the Marines are facing problems with overweight troops.
US Deports Former Nazi Camp Guard, 95, to Germany
The last Nazi war crimes suspect facing deportation from the U.S. was spirited early Tuesday morning to Germany.
Taliban Rockets Hit Near Kabul Presidency, US Embassy; No Injuries
The first rocket landed near the presidency building and the second near a NATO compound and the U.S. Embassy.
Trump Canceled Military Parade Before Getting Cost Estimate: Pentagon
President Donald Trump ruled the military parade too expensive before getting the Pentagon's cost estimate.
Navy Destroyer XO Fired Due to Loss of Confidence in His Leadership
The second-in-command of the USS Decatur was fired last week following a loss of confidence in his ability to lead.
Report: Air Force General May Be Next Head of Joint Chiefs
Two U.S. Air Force generals are being considered to become the military's next top general.
Retired Navy Captain Indicted in Massive Fat Leonard Bribery Scandal
A retired Navy captain has been indicted on charges of receiving at least $145,000 in bribes from a defense contractor.
Tactical Fitness – Necessities that Require Zero Talent
You don't need any extra athletic gifts to become a member of a tactical profession. Here is a list of necessities in the tac...
The IRS Wants You to Check Your Withholding
With all the changes in the new tax law you don't want to end up with problems next spring
Chests for Fallen Soldier's Mementoes Lost in PCS: Do You Have Them?
These chests mementos of the life of Staff Sgt. Michael Simpson until the movers lost them.
The PT Belt Is Now a Fashion Item: You're Welcome, America
You can thank the military for this important fashion development.