Whether the A-10 Thunderbolt II fleet gets new wings depends on the fiscal 2018 budget, the Air Force said Thursday.
Federal law allows the VA to study the use of marijuana, but also makes research difficult.
A lawmaker is calling on the Navy to consider adopting a specialization model of its surface officers.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the era of great power competition has returned.
Tests by tactical teams on prototypes of Trump's proposed wall indicate their height should stop border crossers.
A conservative commentator on national cable networks, Higbie is a former Navy SEAL who wrote two books about his service.
Last-minute negotiations crumbled as Senate Democrats blocked a four-week stopgap extension in a late-night vote.
Military pay, maintenance, intel ops and Reserve training would essentially stop in a government shutdown.
VA Secretary David Shulkin publicly apologized for a botched surgery that left a scalpel inside an Army veteran.
Plans for such a nuclear torpedo had been spotted in TV footage of a meeting between Putin and his military chiefs
A U.S. Navy destroyer damaged in a June collision that killed seven sailors is expected to arrive at a Mississippi shipyard.
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Sigonella is positioned close to Libya and Niger, and that's where the unit has been spending the majority of its time.
The U.S. Army field-tested Secure Wi-Fi technology in an effort to keep pace with the world of battlefield communications.
Dole accepted Congress' highest civilian honor for his WWII service and decades of work in the House and Senate.
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