Mexico Cracks Down at US Border with 15,000 Troops
The government has faced criticism for stopping migrants from crossing the US-Mexican border.
Marine Jailed for 16 Years for Murder of Kenyan Olympic Champion's Daughter
Cpl. Reuben Chebon Mwei was convicted of murder and false imprisonment Monday, the Marines said in a statement.
SpaceX Launches Hefty Rocket with 24 Satellites
It was the third flight of a Falcon Heavy rocket, but the first ordered by the military.
Arraignment Scheduled for Soldier Accused of Killing Unarmed Afghan National
Maj. Mathew Golsteyn is expected to be formally advised of the charges against him Thursday.
Iran Calls New US Sanctions 'Outrageous and Idiotic'
Iran sharply criticized new U.S. sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic's supreme leader and other top officials.
Soldier Who Took Out Houseful of Insurgents Recalls Dark, Chaotic Fight in Fallujah
Bellavia will become the first living Iraq War veteran to receive the Medal of Honor at a White House ceremony on Tuesday.
VA Imposes Strict Limits on Controversial Ketamine-Based Depression Treatment
A VA panel voted last week against widespread use of the drug.
Here's New Acting SecDef Mark Esper's First Message to the Troops
Esper has published a message to the Defense Department highlighting his priorities and reaffirming a path forward.
Beto O'Rourke Proposes New 'War Tax' to Fund Veteran Health Care
The proposal pledges to improve the VA health care system and provide immigrant veterans a "pathway to citizenship."
Truck Driver Charged in Crash That Killed 7 from Marine Motorcycle Group
The driver of a truck in a collision that killed seven motorcyclists was charged with seven counts of negligent homicide.
Retired General to Run for New Hampshire Senate Seat
Retired Brig. General Don Bolduc made the announcement with an event in Concord, the state capital
Military Woman Who Became Citizen at White House Slain with Her 2 Kids
A U.S. military member who became an citizen during a 2012 White House ceremony has been slain along with her two toddlers.
As Iran Warns, US Officials Mum on Launch of Cyber Attack
President Donald Trump reportedly approved a cyber attack on Iran while calling off airstrikes.
When DODEA Investigates Teachers for Bullying, Parents Say They’re in the Dark
Parents and former school employees described disturbing behavior involving teachers at three DODEA schools in Europe.
Military Couples and Money
Like any military operation, effective money management takes planning
Atlanta to Be Home of Rare Civil War Flag of Black Soldiers
"We Will Prove Ourselves Men," reads the inscription at the top of the regimental flag carried of the 127th United States Col...
WWII Veteran Takes to the Air Again to Honor His Late Wife
A World War II veteran mourning his wife of 73 years has honored her memory with a flight in a plane like he once flew over F...
WWII Vet, Rock and Roll Pioneer Dave Bartholomew Dies at 100
Bartholomew developed his writing and arranging skills while serving with the 196th Army Ground Forces Band during World War...