USS Truman's Early Retirement Could Present Questionable Future for Carriers
The Navy's proposed budget -- published this month -- calls for dismantling the Truman in 2024.
NASA Cancels First All-Female Spacewalk over Spacesuit Sizes
Plans for NASA's upcoming spacewalk have been altered.
Pentagon: Missile Defense Test Succeeds in Shootdown
The test was meant to practice how the U.S. military could respond in the event of a missile being shot from another country.
Navy OKs New Slacks, Skirts, Shoes and Other Uniform Items for Female Sailors
The latest updates to the Navy's uniform policy include a host of changes for women.
Pentagon Authorizes $1 Billion for Border Fence, Roads After Emergency Declaration
The money will help build 57 miles of 18-foot-high fencing on the Yuma and El Paso sections of the border.
Airstrike Kills 13 Civilians, Mostly Children, in Afghanistan: UN
The strike happened between Friday and early Saturday in support of ground operations conducted by pro-government forces.
Army Explains Spending Reduction in Modular Handgun System Program
The U.S. Army plans to spend $6 million on its new Modular Handgun System (MHS) in the proposed fiscal 2020 budget.
Suspected Racing Crash Involving Kirtland Airman Kills Woman, Injures 3
Police say a possible street racing crash involving at least one airman from Kirtland Air Force Base left a woman dead.
Textron Delivers Prototype for Army Next-Gen Squad Weapon
The firm delivered the first AR prototype to the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's Armaments Center.
Coast Guard Cutter Joins Navy Destroyer in Freedom-of-Navigation Op in Pacific
A Coast Guard vessel and a Navy ship passed through the Taiwan Strait this weekend in a signal to China.
Coast Guard to Take $11.3 Billion Budget Proposal to Capitol Hill
The service's fiscal 2020 budget request seeks funds for new ships and aircraft and shore upgrades.
Protesters Petition University to Reconsider SecAF's Appointment as President
9,700 people have signed a petition urging the University of Texas at El Paso to reconsider its nomination of Heather Wilson.
Controversial Military Malpractice Policy May Be Closer to Overturn Than Ever
Feres ruling continues to bar military personnel from suing the government for malpractice.
US Cautions Russia over Military Mission in Venezuela
Pompeo told Russia's foreign minister that Russia's dispatch of personnel to Venezuela is increasing tensions.
Luke Air Force Base Readies for Additional F-35s to Train Turkish Pilots
Luke Air Force Base expects to receive two additional F-35A Joint Strike Fighters for its pilot training program with Turkey.
New Survey Shows How Top Companies Attract and Hire Veterans
A new Monster.com and Military.com survey shows what veterans are looking for in potential employers and what employers can d...
The Man Behind 'Lt. Dan' Is All Patriotism, No Politics
Sinise is interested in common ground. If that's not what you want from a public figure, you'd best read something besides "G...
Woodland, WA Hires a Marine Veteran as Police Chief to 'Right the Ship'
In 2017, New York City native Jim Kelly took on a department pummeled by years of lawsuits and conflict.
Armed Forces Retirement Home Accepting Applicants
New regulations allow married couples to live in the homes.