Tyndall Air Force Base Damaged by Tornado Months After Hit by Hurricane
Tyndall Air Force Base posted a message on its official Facebook page that said the tornado struck early Saturday evening.
Navy 'Stealth' Destroyer Named for Medal of Honor Recipient To Be Commissioned
The second of three Zumwalt-class so-called stealth destroyers built at Bath Iron Works will be commissioned Saturday.
Landmark Air Force Academy Chapel Suffering from Leaks, Corrosion
The repairs have been on hold for months while officials try to settle on a contractor for the long and complicated project.
Act of Cowardice During Anzio Invasion Still Riles WWII Veteran
Milton Miller, 93, still remembers the cowardice of his platoon leader during the invasion of Anzio, Italy in 1944.
Unclaimed Veterans Buried with Honor and Dignity, Thanks to Strangers
A national effort is underway to pay final respect to members of the military whose bodies were not claimed by relatives.
Suicide Attack on US-Kurdish Convoy in Syria Kills 5 SDF Members
A bomb-laden car hit a vehicle in the convoy, killing five members of the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces.
Retired Coast Guard Master Chiefs: Washington Is Failing Our Service
"Active-duty Coast Guard servicemen and women remain on the job even as they and their families go without compensation."
Family, Fans Attend R. Lee Ermey's Funeral at Arlington Cemetery
Friends, family and fans shared memories of the much-loved Marine and actor.
SpecOps Recruiting Squadron Helps Air Force Combat 'Runaway Attrition'
The service established its first Special Operations Recruiting Squadron last year to find next-generation combat airmen.
Taliban Target Military Base, Police Center, Killing 12
A suicide car bomber struck the base first, followed by insurgents who opened fire on Afghan forces.
Strangers Rally to Attend Funeral for Vietnam War Veteran Who Died Alone
Peter Turnpu had no known relatives but, thanks to a local funeral director, he was buried with full military honors.
Air Force Study Shows Wrench-Turners Make Better Cyber Warriors
The U.S. Air Force is learning that wrench-turners, not computer geeks, may make ideal cyber warriors.
Study to Examine Housing Impact on Sub Workers, Sailors in Connecticut
The Pentagon-funded study will focus on housing needs created by the Navy's purchase of more submarines.
Army Releases Long-Awaited History of War in Iraq
The study highlights failures during the conflict, including a lack of awareness of the sectarian dynamics in the country.
Veteran Who Threatened to 'Shoot Up' a Walmart Suffers from PTSD
According to police, Louis Albarado accused customers of taking his cart and talked about "shooting up the store."
9 Awesome Military Movie Scenes No Soldier Actually Gets to Do
There's a huge gap between how military life is portrayed in movies and how it actually works.
Ask Stew: How to Improve Pushup Performance
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert, advises a reader how to improve their pushup perfor...
Final Opt-In Rates for Blended Retirement Yield More Surprises
Comparisons across branches show the singular effectiveness of the Marine Corps' approach to deepening interest in the BRS.
10 Lists to Make Before You Make the Transition
Transitioning out of the military? Here's the action plan you need to make before getting out.