RAF's Red Arrows Demonstration Team to Buzz New York City
The Air Force Thunderbirds, Navy Blue Angels and F-35s will also put on a show along the Hudson River on Aug. 22.
Special Forces Team Mechanic Killed in Niger to Be Awarded Silver Star
Sgt. La David Johnson is credited with displaying gallantry in action and killing several enemy fighters.
First Armored Soldier Honored for Protecting Children in El Paso Shooting
Pfc. Glendon Oakley Jr. received an Army Commendation Medal for guiding children away from the gunfire.
Taliban Chief's Brother Killed in Pakistan Blast: Militant Sources
The blast comes as a deal between insurgents and Washington to end America's war in Afghanistan is thought imminent.
Eagles Sign Former Army Offensive Lineman Who Received Waiver to Go to NFL
The team announced Friday evening that it had signed offensive lineman Brett Toth to a three-year deal.
Beer Named for Pacific Island Nuke Test Site Draws Criticism
The name is insensitive to people still dealing with the impacts of radiation decades later, islanders said.
Hackers Find Serious Vulnerabilities in an F-15 Fighter Jet System
Ethical hackers hired by the Pentagon were able to infiltrate an important F-15 system.
Army Cyber Warfare Units Are Seriously Undermanned: GAO
The Army is falling short in preparing for cyberwarfare, a report finds.
Air Force Begins Flight Operations at Remote Post in Niger
Air Force C-130s and other aircraft began flying limited Visual Flight Rule operations into and out of Nigerien Air Base 20.
Americans Really Like Vets and Think Businesses Ought to Hire More of Them, Poll Finds
A new poll reports that Americans still have the highest respect for post-9/11 veterans.
SOCOM Must Make These Changes as it Reviews Ethics Problems, Operators and Experts Say
The review is scheduled to run until the fall and will draw on sources from both inside and outside the command.
US Tells Congress of Plans to Sell F-16 Fighters to Taiwan
The administration informally notified lawmakers of the proposed sale late on Thursday.
US Government Charter Flight Catches Fire in Ireland, Shuts Down Airport
A total of 159 passengers and crew on an Air Force-chartered flight were evacuated at Ireland’s Shannon Airport.
Meet the Polar Star, the Coast Guard’s Vital But Neglected Icebreaker. It's Falling Apart
While Russia will soon have more than 50 icebreakers, the fire-engine-red ship lumbers on as a Cold War relic.
Virginia: Company Falsely Claimed to Be Military Charity
A for-profit company has been shut down after falsely claiming to be a charity that sent care packages to service members.
Workout of the Week: PT, Weight Mix Warm-up with Run, PT and Swim
Using the pyramid as a warm-up, mixing in upper body exercises is a good way to prepare for higher volume sections of a worko...
7 Training Options for When You Need a Military Fitness Partner
Even if you get a workout completed, having someone to push you and keep you company may increase your workout intensity and...
The Military Lending Act and You
As an active-duty service member, you have legal rights to low-interest loans and protection against pay day lenders, but you...