North Korea Suggests It Might Lift Weapons Test Moratorium
North Korea says it might call off its suspension of nuclear and missile tests because of U.S.-South Korean military drills.
US Fears Iran Seized UAE-Based Tanker in Strait of Hormuz
An oil tanker from the UAE entered Iranian waters and turned off its tracker two days ago.
Esper Pledges 'Tough Decisions' on China, Russia if Confirmed as Defense Secretary
If confirmed, he said one of his "personal priorities" would be improving the living standards of military families.
SpaceX: Leaky Valve Caused Crew Capsule to Explode in Test
The company announced the preliminary results of its accident investigation Monday.
Japan Coast Guard Rescues Another US Service Member Swept Out to Sea on Okinawa
A helicopter rescued the service member and took him to the coast guard base station in Naha.
Russian Planes Continue to Deliver S-400 Parts to Turkey
Washington says the Russian S-400s are incompatible with NATO equipment and may lead to Russia acquiring sensitive data.
Workers Recover Hundreds of Bodies from Syrian Mass Grave
The mass grave discovered in mid-June is the latest grave located in and around Raqqa to date.
Esper Nomination Triggers Another Leadership Switch-Up at Pentagon
As of Monday afternoon, Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer is officially the Pentagon's acting defense secretary.
New Data Finds Child Abuse, Neglect Still Underreported in the Army
The Defense Health Board is reviewing DoD policies to prevent and detect child maltreatment in military families.
Army IDs Decorated Sergeant Major Killed in Afghanistan
James G. "Ryan" Sartor, 40, was killed Saturday during combat operations in Faryab Province.
Soldiers Will Control Robotic Combat Vehicles in Upcoming Test
Next year, the Army plans to have soldiers fire at targets using remote-controlled robotic vehicles.
Air Force Major Charged with Murder in Death of Wife
Forty-year-old Andre McDonald is being held Monday at the Bexar County jail. Bail is set at $2 million.
Flight Deck on New Aircraft Carrier John F. Kennedy Is Complete
More than 3,200 shipbuilders and 2,000 suppliers from across the country are contributing to the construction of Kennedy.
Navy Corpsman Bought 27 Lottery Tickets, Won 26 Times
He beat odds of 1 in 1.8 million with his latest win of $1 million.
3 Hot Tips on How to Start a Vet-Owned Business
Military.com has interviewed hundreds of veteran entrepreneurs. We culled their top three pieces of advice for would-be entre...
Filmmaker and Vietnam Vet Oliver Stone Writing Memoir, Scheduled for 2020
Army veteran Oliver Stone has some memories to share, not all of them happy.
VA Announces Yellow Ribbon Schools for 2019-2020 Academic Year
These private schools give veterans a break on tuition.
Think of Your PCS in a New Way
A permanent change of station can be more than just a move, it can be a new start.