Married Marine Colonels to Take on Separate Commands on the Same Day
During two separate Marine Corps change-of-command ceremonies Friday in North Carolina, Col. Ebitz will take the reins.
Some Don't Like It Hot: Shorts on the Way for Maintainers at Nellis Air Force Base
The high-stress, high-heat environment prompted officials to get utility shorts for its maintenance crew, officials said.
Driverless Army Combat Vehicles Face Uncertain Future, General Says
The head of Army Futures Command says combat systems capable of controlling themselves will be difficult to achieve.
Trump Marks Apollo 11 Anniversary by Meeting its Astronauts
"We are bringing the glamour back" to the space program, Trump said Friday.
To Support Military Families, Pentagon Must Fix Fractured, Outdated Programs: Report
The National Academies of Sciences found that the DoD isn't keeping up with the changing structure of the military family.
Misaligned Propeller Shaft Delays Collision-Damaged USS McCain’s Return to Sea
The USS John S. McCain will be out of service longer than anticipated due to problems discovered during testing.
Auto-Loader May Be a Challenge for Army’s New Self-Propelled Cannon
The U.S. Army is poised to see its dream of fielding an auto-loading, self-propelled howitzer become a reality.
Army Doctor to Blast into Space on 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing
Col. Drew Morgan will spend nine months at the International Space Station.
Navy Mother Arrested, Accused of 'Horrific' Abuse of her Newborn Twins
The investigation began after the woman brought her babies to the hospital because one of them had a swollen right leg.
Trump Says USS Boxer Destroyed Iranian Drone
He said the amphibious assault ship Boxer took defensive action after the drone closed to within 1,000 yards of the warship.
Air Force JTAC Awarded Silver Star for Calling Airstrikes Under Fire
Tech. Sgt. Michael Perolio received the third-highest award for valor in combat during a ceremony Thursday.
Trump: Administration to Review Pentagon Computer Contract
Republican lawmakers troubled by the Pentagon's handling of the contract also took their concerns directly to the president.
Should Low-Income Military Families Get a Food Allowance? White House Says No
A provision in the House defense policy bill would create an entitlement to cover food and other needs.
IG Rebukes Former Pentagon Spokeswoman for Making Staff Run Her Errands
Dana White misused her subordinates' time to run errands for her, according to a new investigation report.
Robotic Mules Could Deploy with Army Advisers to Afghanistan
The service hopes to start fielding the SMET after successful testing with the 10th Mountain and 101st Airborne divisions.
AAFES to Offer Double Discounts on Back-to-School Shopping
Double your Back-to-School savings with participating AAFES during tax-free holidays.
University Study Has Something Good to Say About 'Minecraft'
Governance skills learned in "Minecraft" may be transferrable to real-world environments.
CHAMPVA Recipients Can Now Get Prescriptions Online from the VA
The online pharmacy program makes getting prescriptions easy and fast.
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