Two Americans Wounded, Afghan Police Chief Killed in Kandahar Shooting
The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan survived an attack Thursday in the southern province of Kandahar.
Three Troops Wounded in Suicide Bombing at Bagram Airfield
A bomb blast wounded three service members near Bagram Airfield on Wednesday afternoon.
Army Stops Autopsy, Takes Body of Dead Paratrooper from Italian Hospital
The removal of Sgt. Kevin Deon Connor's body from San Bortolo Hospital came after the Army claimed jurisdiction.
US Officials Optimistic on US-China Military Ties
After a rocky few months, Pentagon officials say they sense that relations with the Chinese military may be stabilizing.
Spouse of Slain 101st Soldier in Custody But Remains Uncharged, FBI Says
Victor Silvers is still in custody in connection with the shooting death of his wife, Army Sgt. Brittney Niecol Silvers.
Navy Super Hornet Catches Fire During Training Flight
A Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet made an emergency landing earlier this month after a fire broke out in its right engine.
Pair of Navy Helicopters Collide on Runway in Japan
Navy officials are investigating what led two HH-60H Sea Hawk helicopters to run into each other on a runway in Japan.
Navy Veteran in Utah to Appear in Court in Ricin-letter Case
William Clyde Allen III is expected to enter a plea on charges including threatening to use a biological toxin as a weapon.
Smoke Forces First Lady's Plane to Return to Andrews Air Force Base
Smoke forced first lady Melania Trump's airplane to return to Andrews Air Force Base while en route to Philadelphia.
Report: German Helicopters Shot At in Afghanistan, Nobody Injured
The CH-53 helicopters were flying from Kunduz to Mazar-i-Sharif Tuesday when they were fired at by people on the ground.
Many Families Will Never Return to Tyndall After Hurricane, Officials Say
Many families face a permanent change of station in the years it will take the base to recover from hurricane damage.
Naval Academy Embraces the Goat in New Mascot-Inspired Uniform
The Navy Midshipmen are banking on the Army Black Knights' fear of the goat.
NASA Astronaut Describes Close Call Following Failed Launch
The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing knew he needed to stay calm.
A Year After the Fall of Raqqa, ISIS Remnants Fight on in Syria
U.S.-backed forces still struggle against determined ISIS fighters in the desert.
National Guard's New SFAB Will Be Spread Across Six States
The specialized brigades are designed to perform advise-and-assist training of conventional combat units in friendly nations.
Gerard Butler: Americans Are Ready for a New High-Stakes Sub Movie
The Navy provided access to a Los Angeles-class submarine and signed off on the script.
Tyndall Air Force Base Unlivable: How You Can Help
When Hurricane Michael destroyed Tyndall, these spouses stepped up -- and you can, too.
Paul Greengrass' Riveting '22 July' Explores Overcoming an Act of Pure Evil
Director Paul Greengrass' new film tells the story of Norway's 2011 terror attacks.
Vets in Public Service: South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg
The United States Navy Lieutenant and veteran of the War in Afghanistan was elected in 2011.