Trump: Administration to Review Pentagon Computer Contract
Republican lawmakers troubled by the Pentagon's handling of the contract also took their concerns directly to the president.
Colorado Town Honors Green Beret Killed in Afghanistan
Friends of Sgt. Maj. James G. "Ryan" Sartor say he was a leader and an example of what a man's supposed to be like.
IG Rebukes Former Pentagon Spokeswoman for Making Staff Run Her Errands
Dana White misused her subordinates' time to run errands for her, according to a new investigation report.
Veterans Wanted to Work at Military Exchanges Downrange
AAFES officials say veterans make great employees in operational theaters.
Robotic Mules Could Deploy with Army Advisers to Afghanistan
The service hopes to start fielding the SMET after successful testing with the 10th Mountain and 101st Airborne divisions.
Iranian Forces Reportedly Seize Foreign Oil Tanker, Crew
Iran's Revolutionary Guard forces seized a foreign oil tanker accused of smuggling oil, Iran's state TV reported.
The Army Is Building a 3D Database of Real Cities for Virtual Reality Training
The effort, known as One World Terrain (OWT), is part of the Army's sweeping modernization effort.
Another Military Veteran Joins Kentucky US Senate Race
Democrat Mike Broihier is the latest military-tested candidate aiming to unseat Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Appeals Court Affirms Bergdahl Conviction, Finds No Unlawful Command Influence
The majority found that President Trump's remarks didn't constitute command influence, but the defense team plans to appeal.
Remains of 22 Troops Killed 76 Years Ago in Battle of Tarawa Return to US
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency transferred the remains from Tarawa in 22 cases.
Gilday Nominated to Be Next Chief of Naval Operations
Vice Adm. Michael Gilday, a three-star admiral, is now the director of the Joint Staff, a position he has held since March.
Army Reveals Timeline for Fielding New Infantry Weapons
The service's goal is to select a final design for both weapons from a single provider in the first quarter of 2022.
John Paul Stevens to Be 13th Supreme Court Justice Buried at Arlington
Navy veteran John Paul Stevens died Tuesday at age 99, a day after suffering a stroke.
Vice President Pence Tells Troops: 'Fort Bragg Is Full of Patriots'
Vice President Mike Pence visited Fort Bragg soldiers Wednesday to thank them for their service to the country.
Navy Cuts Flight Hours, Cancels Performances as It Deals with Aviation Budget Shortfall
Navy H-60 Sea Hawk pilots in helicopter sea combat and maritime strike squadrons will see their flight hours cut by 25%.
CHAMPVA Recipients Can Now Get Prescriptions Online from the VA
The online pharmacy program makes getting prescriptions easy and fast.
Is VGLI Right for You?
You may have heard about VGLI, but is it a good deal?
The Essential Gear for Your Raid on Area 51
What the dickens is going on at Area 51?
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...