Here are five news stories and events to start your week, from the editors at Military.com:
A Ministry of Defense source said a man rammed his car into the base's gates while attempting to force his way through.
Islamic State gunmen stormed building near an intelligence training center in the Afghan capital on, triggering a gun battle.
The Kremlin has dismissed the accusations as "hysterical" and "Russophobic," insisting there is no hard evidence.
Trump's doctrine holds that nation states are in perpetual competition.
"The information received from the CIA proved sufficient to find and detain the criminal suspects," the Kremlin said.
The Obama administration gave a free pass to Hezbollah's drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations to secure the deal.
The 81-year-old senator was admitted last week to Walter Reed Medical Center and treated for a viral infection.
A total of 1.2 million wreaths are being placed on markers across the country in 1,238 locations.
The ceremony took place in the city's historic district, where the World War II-era Little Rock serves as a floating museum.
President Donald Trump promised that the military would be getting the largest pay raise in eight years.
Mattis said the U.S. and Russia are still using a phone line to coordinate flight movements over crowded Syrian skies.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson also voiced no objection to South Korea's plan to develop a nuclear sub.
Many troops will not get a BAH increase, thanks to a formula that reduces what the payment is meant to cover.
DoD had never before acknowledged the program's existence, but officials say it was shut down in 2012.
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Friends and family will always miss us while we’re deployed, but no one will miss us more than our pets.
Three heroes play themselves in Clint Eastwood's latest movie.