The outgoing CIA director secured support from 57 senators, with 42 voting no and one senator absent.
A veteran U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds pilot is returning to the team to replace a colleague who died in a training flight.
Morley Piper, 93, of Essex, said he was not a member of the 29th Infantry Division, as he had claimed.
In 2017, the Army made it simpler to receive a religious appearance accommodation.
NATO forces could help ensure security for Afghanistan's upcoming elections, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis discussed Niger following new reports about the investigation into a deadly October ambush.
The man who authorities said is among the worst serial killers and rapists in U.S. history is a Vietnam War veteran.
Now retired at the rank of lieutenant colonel, Kevin "Bly" Blaser realizes he should have stopped the ceremony.
The drive to save money and maintenance hours began at the nose of a KC-135 Stratotanker.
Reports of a potential active shooter on Fort Bragg was the result of an uncoordinated training exercise, officials said.
A Marine Corps helicopter made a "precautionary landing" at Twentynine Palms Municipal Airport in California on Tuesday.
The 2.6 percent military pay raise for fiscal 2019 appeared set for easy passage by Congress.
The document contained language requiring all substantiated investigations of senior leader misconduct to be made public.
GAO officials said they're worried more deployments may have additional hiccups if info isn't communicated on a larger scale.
Members of the HASC said that urban warfare training isn't realistic enough to prep soldiers for dense megacity battlefields.
A dramatic rescue of mountain climbers is just one mission that is gaining attention as Air Force Reserve Command prepares to...
For men and women deployed overseas, video games can be an breather from daily duties and a way to stay connected with friend...
Bob Dorough joined the Special Services Army Band Unit in 1943, and served there through the duration of World War II.
Mah-jongg's Wright-Patterson rules were set down by military families at the Air Force base in Ohio.