National Guard Hears 'Heartbreaking' Cancer Stories
A group of widows and retirees are pushing the Air Force to conduct a health study at the Pease Air National Guard base.
Aircraft Technician with Tuskegee Airmen Dies at 100 in NYC
Wilfred DeFour was honored just last month at a ceremony to rename a Manhattan post office after the Tuskegee Airmen.
Air Force Proposes F-35 Fighters Be Stationed at Tyndall
The U.S. Air Force plans to refurbish Tyndall in hopes of stationing three squadron's worth of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
'Man on the Street' Archives: After Pearl Harbor, a Shocked Nation Readies for War
The Library of Congress has interviews with ordinary Americans recorded on Dec. 8, 1941.
Victims, Gold Star Families Look to Court Judgment Against Iran for Aiding Terror
The lawsuit has been described as seeking $10 billion damages, but Osen said he didn't know where that number came from.
Air Force Failed to Forward Gunman's Fingerprints 4 Times: IG
Four opportunities to forward the airman's fingerprints along to authorities presented themselves, but it never happened.
Futures Command Adds New Tool for Preparing Army for Next War
Army Futures Command will be responsible for making sure the service sees the threats it may face on tomorrow's battlefield.
Pearl Harbor Sailors Finally Laid to Rest, Thanks to DNA Testing
The remains of 186 sailors and Marines from the battleship USS Oklahoma have been identified through DNA testing.
Navy Secretary Warns Against Trump's Plan to Cut Budgets by 5 Percent
"The waste would be absolutely stunning," Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer said.
Yankee Air Museum Hosts 75th Birthday for Last B-25 Combat Bomber
The B-25D bomber was built in December 1943 and flew eight missions over Italy in 1944.
Ukraine Says It Will Send Naval Ships Through Kerch Strait Soon
On Nov. 25, Russian border guards opened fire on three Ukrainian navy vessels moving through the Kerch Strait near Crimea.
Why the Annual Army-Navy Game Stands Alone From All Other Rivalries
Every sports fan has a bucket list. If you’ve never been to an Army-Navy Game and it’s NOT on your list, you might as well te...
Military Officials Unveil Damage from Powerful Alaska Earthquake
The Air Force base recovered quickly, with three C-130 aircraft landing within an hour after the earthquake.
Coast Guard Commandant Gives 'Full Attention' to Race Bias Allegations at Academy
Adm. Karl Schultz gave his "personal commitment" to probing allegations of race and gender bias at the Coast Guard Academy.
Loved Ones Gather to Mourn Airman Killed in Afghanistan
Friends and family are paying their respects to U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin at a public memorial service.
Pressure, Compromise Keep Hope Alive for 'Blue Water Navy' Bill
Four veterans groups and a prominent military association have joined forces to try to push the legislation through Congress.
Almost Half of Retiree Tricare Dental Users Could Soon Be Uninsured
Of the 800,000 military retirees who currently use Tricare's retiree dental program, only about 420,000 have signed-up for a...
Army Family's Home Splits, Collapses in Alaska Earthquake
As Logan Cushman lay in bed surfing Facebook on his day off, his house collapsed around him.
Veteran Rushes to Save Man Hanging From Roof But Finds a Dummy Instead
At least one person in America hasn't watched the classic holiday movie "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."