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.
US Tags Iran Anew as Top Terror Sponsor, Global Attacks Fall
The United States has once again named Iran as the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism.
Former VA Police Officer Gets Prison for Patient's Rough Arrest
A former VA police officer who authorities say repeatedly struck a patient has been sentenced to a year in prison.
Close Combat Task Force Prioritizes Virtual Training over New Weapons
Leaders realize the services will have to rely on video-game technology to meet their training needs.
B-1 Ejection Seat Failure Not Affecting Deployed Operations, General Says
The Air Force hasn't missed operational requirements as a result of the June stand-down for the B-1B, Gen. Timothy Ray said.
Pentagon Wants Army, Marine Corps to Select Higher-Caliber Grunts
Officials say the infantry should not be "where we send soldiers that don't have the mental capacity to do other jobs."
MQ-9 Gets First Air-to-Air Kill in Training Exercise, Air Force Official Says
An MQ-9 Reaper drone has bagged its first air-to-air kill of another small, aerial vehicle in a controlled simulation.
US Soldiers in Stable Condition after Tank Accident in Slovakia
Three U.S. soldiers were injured when their Abrams tank struck an embankment Wednesday during an exercise in Slovakia.
Okinawa-Based Marine Helicopter Makes 'Precautionary Landing' in Nagasaki
No injuries were reported after an Okinawa-based U.S. helicopter made a "precautionary landing" Saturday at Nagasaki Airport.
Kim Jong Un Agrees to Dismantle Main Nuke Site if US Takes Steps Too
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced a sweeping set of agreements.
Trump Open to Proposed 'Fort Trump' in Poland
The possibility of opening a U.S. base in Poland is being explored if that country can come up with the necessary funding.
T-6 Trainer Crashes in Texas; Pilots Eject Safely with Minor Injuries
A T-6 Texan trainer jet from Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph crashed roughly 30 miles from the base.
Air Force Wants to Halt Pilot Attrition by Appealing to Sense of Community
The Air Force is trying initiatives to build its pilot ranks, including a unique fly-only track within Air Mobility Command.
VA Cites Improvements at Five Hospitals Removed from 'High-Risk' List
The VA hospitals in Dublin, Ga.; Harlingen, Texas; Roseburg, Ore., Nashville and Denver were removed from high-risk status.
Commanding Officer of Louisiana-Based Marine Corps Transport Squadron Fired
Lt. Col. Aaron Locher, Marine Transport Squadron Belle Chasse's former commanding officer, was removed Sept. 7.
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....
Widowed Navy Father of Four Writes Book on 'Finding Good' in Tragedy
Navy CPO Johnathon Stone self-published "Finding Good," which chronicles how he found and lost his soulmate and made it throu...
Wounded US Soldier, Injured Military Dog Back Together in Texas
Army Spc. Alec Alcoser and his working dog Alex have been reunited six weeks after they survived a firefight in Afghanistan.