Man Gets Probation for Stealing WWII Dog Tags from Archives
Rumsby told investigators he took dog tags that belonged to four U.S. airmen killed in plane crashes in 1944.
No ISIS Surge During Pause in US Operations, General Says
ISIS fighters did not capitalize on a break in U.S. ops to reconstitute their ranks in Iraq, according to a top general.
Space Development Agency Director Outlines Plan to Join Space Force
The SDA is on track to become part of the Space Force the same year it plans to launch a series of tracking satellites.
3 National Guard Soldiers Plead Guilty to Sexual Misconduct Charges
Anthony Tubolino, Tyler Hart, and Jacob Ruth accepted plea deals from the Calloway Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office.
FDA Expands Access to Ecstasy Drug for PTSD Therapy
In one trial, 68 percent of participants no longer showed PTSD symptoms after their second session.
Fort Bragg Paratroopers to Protect US Embassy in Iraq
The 82nd soldiers deployed to Central Command's area of operations Jan. 1-4.
South Korean Military Decides to Discharge Transgender Soldier
The army said in a statement that it concluded the soldier’s operation can be considered a reason for discharge.
'An Embarrassment to the Navy:' Modly Censures Chief Accused of Taking $10K in Gifts
The "Fat Leonard" scandal has resulted in bribery charges against several high-ranking officers and senior enlisted sailors.
Ex-CIA Contractor Defends Brutal Post-9/11 Interrogations
The testimony in Guantanamo is an important milestone in the Sept. 11 war crimes proceedings.
Pentagon Gives Conditional OK to Resume Saudi Training in US
Operational training for the approximately 850 Saudis at multiple U.S bases was suspended on Dec. 10.
Additional US Troops Under Medical Evaluation after Jan. 8 Iran Missile Attack
The exact number of troops flown to Germany was not immediately clear, but officials said it was a small number.
Navy Carrier Lincoln Back from Record-Setting 295-Day Deployment
Thousands of sailors are in San Diego after completing the longest carrier deployment since the end of the Cold War.
The Army Is Headed Back to the Drawing Board on Bradley Fighting Vehicle Replacement
The Army for the fourth time is overhauling the plan to replace its venerable Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
Sig Sauer's New Carry Gun Features Glowing Sight System Embedded into Its Slide
The first thing you notice about the latest version of the Sig Sauer 365 is that the compact 9mm pistol has no front sight.
The Pentagon Must Do More to Attract and Keep Good Dentists and Doctors, GAO Finds
A GAO report also found that DoD wages for all physician specialties are below median private-sector wages.