Throughout the month, military families are honored and recognized for their commitment and contributions in support of our military and nation.
Okinawa-Based Marine Faces Multiple Sexual-Assault Charges in April Incident
Sgt. Morgan Bergdahl faces eight charges of sexual assault and abusive sexual contact in the incident.
VA Shorted Benefits to Some Vets with Lou Gehrig's Disease, IG Finds
The VA's benefits program for patients with ALS has been riddled with mistakes.
Mattis: US Has to Work With Saudis for Peace in Yemen
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saudi help was vital to his efforts to jump-start peace talks on Yemen.
VA Disability Compensation Rates See Largest Increase in 7 Years
Stand by for the largest increase in disability benefits since 2012
Missiles Fired at Afghan City as Top US Commander Visits
Gen. Scott Miller was not injured in the attack, which occurred around 11.30 a.m. and caused no casualties.
Saudi Coalition Down '1 to 2' Tankers of Fuel Daily After US Ends Refueling Mission
The Saudi-led coalition striking Houthi rebels in Yemen is losing roughly one to two tankers worth of U.S. fuel per day.
Trump Says he Plans to Make his First Visit to a War Zone
President Trump frequently credits himself with accomplishing more for the military than any president in recent memory.
Love Triangle Cited in Fort Carson Soldier's Slaying of Fellow Soldier
One Fort Carson soldier shot and killed another after finding his wife in their bedroom with the other man, police said.
Air Force Grants First Beard Waiver to Muslim Airman
Staff Sgt. Abdul Rahman Gaitan is the first Muslim airman to receive the waiver, public affairs officials with Travis said.
Suicide Bomber Targets Clerics in Afghan Capital, 50 Killed
The suicide bomber was able to sneak into a wedding hall where Muslim religious scholars and clerics had gathered.
Border Troops May Shift to California as Migrants Gather in Tijuana
Some of the thousands of active-duty troops deployed to the border in Texas and Arizona are likely to shift to California.
Army Touts High Deployability Rate of Generals Despite 2016 Data
The U.S. Army said Tuesday that more than 97 percent of its generals are currently deployable.
Brown Jump Boots, Ike Jacket May Be in the Works for New Army Greens
The U.S. Army is considering having paratroopers in airborne units wear World War II-style brown jump boots.
No Grounding for T-38 Fleet After 5th Crash in 12 Months, Air Force Says
The U.S. Air Force has not paused flights for its T-38 Talon trainer fleet despite a series of crashes in the last 12 months.
Pentagon Says Troops at US Border to Cost About $210 Million
The total would grow beyond the current estimate of $210 million if the active-duty mission is extended, officials said.
Dependency and Indemnity (DIC) Rates to Get Biggest Bump Since 2012
The 2.8 increase for 2019 marks the largest cost-of-living adjustment in seven years.
2018 Veteran Gift Guide: For Veterans, By Veterans
With our 2018 veteran gift guide, you can give friends and family amazing holiday gifts by supporting veteran businesses.
3 Myths About Free Military Mental Health Help
None of these three free military mental health myths are completely accurate.
See the Uniforms and Kit That Armies Took to War in 1914
These are the items most of the forces wore during the chaotic first days of the war.