Army IDs Ranger Killed in Combat in Afghanistan
The Army has identified Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Andrew Celiz as the soldier killed during a combat mission in Afghanistan.
Sailors Join NATO Allies in Sub Exercise as Russia Threat Grows
This year's Exercise Dynamic Mongoose involved more than 2,000 service members from 10 NATO countries.
Army Contests Claims of Discrimination Against Pregnant Officers
The leadership at Army Command and General Staff College is pushing back on recent allegations of discrimination.
Mississippi Honors Marine Plane Crash Victims with Memorial
More than 200 relatives and friends were among those who gathered to honor the 16 service members who died in the crash.
Pentagon Slashes GI Bill Transfer Eligibility Window
Troops with 16 years of service will no longer be permitted to transfer Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to a spouse or child.
5 Airmen Receive First 'R' Devices for Taking Down ISIS Targets
The Air Force awarded its first five "R" devices this week, recognizing the outstanding performance of drone operators.
Here Are the Rules Behind the Navy's New Female Hair Regs
Female sailors may begin wearing their hair in ponytails, locks, wider buns and sometimes even below their collars.
New House Subcommittee's Only Job: Monitor $10 Billion VA Contract
A new House subcommittee has the job of overseeing the VA's transition to electronic health records.
What Trump and Putin Hope to Achieve at Helsinki Summit
What Trump wants from Russia has long been one of the great mysteries of his presidency.
US and Japan Fire Missiles to Sink Ship During RIMPAC
The joint missile firing set the stage for what a future conflict with China might entail.
Cease-Fire Holds After Day of Intense Israel-Hamas Fighting
Israeli residents kept mostly close to home on Saturday amid dozens of rockets that were fired from Gaza.
Senators: Where's the Military Family Suicide Data?
Two senators want to know the status of information on the suicide rate for military family members.
Senate Measure Would Open Commissary, Exchange to Disabled Vets, More
A new Senate proposal would expand military commissary and exchange access.
IG Announces DoD School Sex Assault Investigation
The DoD Inspector General has started an inquiry into how the Pentagon's school system handles student misconduct.
Here's How the Army Selected the Home for New Futures Command
U.S. Army mapped out the effort that went into selecting Austin as the home of the new Army Futures Command.
Milspouse Jurnee Values Her Spot on 'American Idol Live!' Tour
Her wife, Ashley, an Army communications specialist, has been deployed overseas.
Navy Veteran and Hockey Player Launch PTSD Group
Clint Malarchuk and Aaron Rasavage of Gardnerville both suffer from PTSD and wanted others suffering to know they are not alo...
Army Family Victim of Kidnapping Scam: What to Do If it Happens to You
A kidnapping scam could present the scariest possible scenario for parents. Here's what to do.
Revolutionary War History From a (Gin-Soaked) Angry Staff Officer
War is bloody. Drunken war stories are bloody and hilarious.