Here are five news stories and events to start your week, from the editors at Military.com.
The United States on Monday issued a steep list of demands to be included in a nuclear treaty with Iran.
USS Manchester Cmdr. Emily Bassett has made five deployments and held leadership positions on four U.S. Navy vessels.
The State Department unit overseeing the fight against ISIS will stay in business for at least six more months.
Ronald Gray, a former Fort Bragg soldier, was convicted of a series of murders and rapes in Fayetteville in the 1980s.
One soldier stood alone in a clearing, waving the U.S. flag for rescue in the Niger ambush.
The service may also overhaul maintenance contracts, opening program upgrades to additional bidders.
To date, the NR-1 mini-sub is the only nuclear-powered research submarine ever built or operated.
The defection was the first one involving a military officer since 2008 and the 14th involving a soldier since 2000.
Authorities at a military base are searching for an M-240 machine gun that has been unaccounted for since Wednesday.
North Korea already cancelled a meeting with the Seoul, protesting joint U.S.-South Korean military drills.
The U.S. Army announced it will station three new Security Force Assistance Brigades in Colorado, Washington and Texas.
Acting VA Secretary Robert Wilkie was nominated Thursday to stay on the job.
The experiment, initiated by Gen. Mike Holmes, will start this month at the 366th Fighter Wing at Mountain Home AFB.
Several H-6K bombers took off and landed from an air base from an unspecified location in the "southern sea area."
Before you take that job on the economy or start your own business, you need to know that doing so may be illegal in Italy.
Robert K. Morgan Jr.'s voice wavered with emotion when he talked about seeing the Memphis Belle all put together for the firs...