After Decades of Fighting, the Blue Water Navy Benefits Bill Is Now a Law
H.R. 299 will extend disability compensation to military personnel who served off the coast of Vietnam.
Lawmakers Seek to Revoke Wounded Knee Medals for US Soldiers
Medals of Honor were given to 20 soldiers from the 7th Cavalry Regiment for participating in the December 29, 1890, massacre.
US Military Says 2 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan
The killings occurred a day after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a quick visit to the Afghan capital of Kabul.
Defense To Present Testimony in Navy SEAL Murder Case
The prosecution rested its case Tuesday in the San Diego court-martial of Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher.
Graves of 30 US Servicemen Found on Pacific WWII Battlefield
The remains are believed to belong to Marines and sailors from the 6th Marine Regiment.
'We Have Circled the Wagons:' Army's New Boss Lays Out Way Ahead
The U.S. Army's new top official acknowledged that the service is undergoing very abrupt leadership changes.
Iran Says it Almost Downed a P-8 Surveillance Plane. Here's What the P-8 Does
Iranian leaders said they refrained from shooting down a P-8 transiting in the region, and instead shot down the Global Hawk.
'The Audie Murphy of His Generation:' Why David Bellavia's Medal of Honor Is Making History
The presentation of the MoH to an Iraq War vet has reignited discussion over why it took 16 years to select a living recipien...
Desert Storm Memorial is Way Short of $40 Million Fundraising Goal
The National Desert Storm Memorial Association is currently $32 million short of its $40 million fundraising goal.
Coast Guard to Pay for Moms on Duty to Ship Breast Milk
The benefit is part of a Coast Guard effort to attract and retain female service members.
Trump Touts Mission Act in 'Off the Record' Phone Call with Thousands of Veterans
Trump expressed deep affection and gratitude for veterans while pledging to improve their health care.
Could the Military 'Widow's Tax' Finally Get Abolished? Here's the Next Hurdle
The Senate is taking up the National Defense Authorization Act this week.
Duncan Hunter Accused of Using Campaign Money to Finance Affairs with 5 Women
The Justice Department has accused Rep. Duncan Hunter of illegally using campaign funds to pay for extramarital affairs.
Truck Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal Crash Involving Marine Motorcycle Club
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy was ordered to remain in preventive detention, with a judge saying his driving record poses a danger.
Sound Off: Should Wealthy Families Who Don't Serve Pay a 'War Tax'?
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke just tossed a rhetorical grenade in the mix in hopes of attracting some media...
Military Couples and Money
Like any military operation, effective money management takes planning
Vietnam Combat Pilot Finds New Career as City Engineer at 78
USMC veteran Larry Brown shows you're never too old to start something new.
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...