Throughout the month, military families are honored and recognized for their commitment and contributions in support of our military and nation.
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.
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.
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.
Groups Ask FTC to Name Schools That Profited from Military Recruiting Scam
Fake websites lured recruits in, only to try to divert them to enroll in for-profit schools.
Former Georgia Grocery Store Transformed into Air Force Lab
A former grocery store in Middle Georgia is now serving high-tech aircraft manufacturing for the military.
US Air Force Surveillance Mission Moving to RAF Fairford by 2024
The U.S. Air Force is moving operations of some of its most sophisticated spy planes about three hours southwest in England.
100-Year-Old WWII Veteran Awarded French Legion of Honor
The French government on Monday awarded its highest honor to a 100-year-old Kentucky man who fought in World War II.
Skinny Space Force? Budget Analyst Says a $3 Billion Service Is Possible
"The added cost is a handful of F-35s," think tank analyst Todd Harrison said.
US Positions 2 Carriers in Philippine Sea in Show of Strength to China
The presence of the carriers Reagan and Stennis is part of the overall U.S. effort to counter China.
Senators Urge Pentagon to Send Border Troops Home for Thanksgiving
Two Democratic senators are calling on Defense Secretary Jim Mattis to send the troops back to their homes for the holiday.
Report Blames F-22 Belly Skid on Human Error
Investigators attributed the accident largely to human error with a number of factors at play.
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.
This Retired Guardsman Memorializes the Past With Christmas Wreaths
Her family's love of Christmas and dedication to service made her the perfect candidate for the task.
Controversial and Hallucinogenic PTSD Drug Explored in Viceland Series
"Kentucky Ayahuasca" follows a shamanic healer who administers the DMT-laced drug via a Native American religious exemption.
AP Top 25: Army Football Ranked for 1st Time Since 1996 at No. 23
The Black Knights (9-2) have been edging toward the Top 25 in recent weeks, and they finally broke through.