Navy Times: Navy SEAL Detained in ISIS Death Probe
The unidentified SEAL is being held in a San Diego brig, but has yet to be charged with a crime.
Army Misses Recruiting Goal for First Time Since 2005
For the first time since 2005, the U.S. Army missed its recruiting goal this year, falling short by about 6,500 soldiers.
Five Doctors Out at Minneapolis VA Over Bio-pharma Improprieties
VA proposed terminating all five doctors, but each of them opted to resign or retire.
Trump Signs $200 Billion VA Budget for 2019
President Trump signed a spending bill for the Department of Veterans Affairs that for the first time exceeds $200B.
Georgia Guardsmen to Face Crowded, Complex Battlefield in Afghanistan
The Islamic State group is lurking in eastern parts of the country where the Georgia troops are headed.
After $23M Spent, Plans for Vietnam Wall Education Center Have Been Scrapped
"Since the idea was developed in early 2001, the world is a very different place."
VA Sends Mobile Units to North Carolina to Aid Veterans After Hurricane
The mobile units offer care and prescriptions in areas still shut down by storm damage.
Air Force Couple Investigated for Child's Death
An Air Force couple who reportedly had financial issues is being investigated for the death of their infant son in 2016.
Air Force Greenlights T-6 Trainer as Safe to Fly After Recent Crash
The Air Force has cleared its trainer aircraft to resume ops after a "brief pause" following a recent crash of a T-6.
DoD Needs to Better Monitor Tricare Care Providers: Report
DoD officials need to make sure civilian health care providers are giving military families good care, according to a report.
Trump IDs First 2 Soldiers Among Remains Returned by North Korea
"These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and hopefully their families can have closure," Trump said in a Tweet.
Marines' Norway Deployment, Training Missions Delayed by Hurricane Florence
Marine units scheduled to deploy from Lejeune or train in other areas affected by last week's hurricane will have to wait.
Navy Dissolves Combat Camera Units That Have Documented Sailors for Decades
Navy combat photographers and cameramen have documented every major U.S. conflict since World War I.
Gunmen Attack Iran Military Parade, Killing at Least 24
Iran's Foreign Minister immediately blamed the attack on regional countries and their "U.S. masters."
The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com
Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com.
5 of the Most Spine-Chilling Military Superstitions
Humans are superstitious. We tend to come up with all kinds of ways to justify certain things we don't fully understand.
Discharged and Jobless: Veterans Seek Change in Hiring Rules
Military veterans who were discharged for relatively minor offenses say they often can't get jobs.
Vietnam Veteran Recalls Tales of the Red Scarves in His Memoir
"Saddle Up: The Story of a Red Scarf" tells of John C. Hedley's service with Fox Force during the Vietnam War.
Job Seekers: What do you need, want and value?
Lida Citroen, Military.com's veteran employmen expert, details important things to consider before you begin your job search....