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Navy officials declined to discuss the Truman's planned operations or when the strike group would move to the Persian Gulf.
The top military leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps said they have seen no discipline problems with transgender troops.
The U.S.-led campaign to eliminate the Islamic State from Syria has stalled.
Gen. Robert Neller told a Senate panel that the Corps has enacted a series of reforms to rein in the culture of harassment.
The families of the four troops killed in the Niger ambush will be briefed shortly on the investigation's findings.
Brig. Gen. Kenneth "Ed" Brandt is dropping his bid to challenge Democratic incumbent Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester.
Naples Mayor Luigi de Magistris says the submarine violated a 2015 decree establishing a denuclearized zone in city limits.
The U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Command is investigating the killing of a soldier at Fort Polk in Louisiana.
NATO is not planning to boost its military presence in Baltic nations, the alliance's head Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday.
Tammie Jo Shults, one of the first female fighter pilots in the Navy, is being lauded as a hero in an emergency landing.
When Gregory Salcido was recorded saying that members of the military were the "lowest of the low," the outcry was swift.
The Air Force is sending a clear message: Re-enlisting with a dinosaur puppet on your right hand isn't funny.
California reached an agreement with the federal government about the state's National Guard troops deploying to the border.
A former U.S. Army sniper and two other ex-American soldiers were convicted in the contract killing of a real estate agent.
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The goal is to make the commissaries profitable, reducing taxpayer subsidies for services most U.S. customers get off base
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