Trump to Award Medal of Honor to Marine for Hue City Heroism
A retired sergeant major credited with saving scores of troops during a Vietnam War's battle will receive the Medal of Honor.
Army Offers New Details on Combat Fitness Test; Standards Coming Soon
U.S. Army physical fitness officials plan to release the standards soldiers will have to meet to pass the new Army CFT.
Senators Continue Call for Family Suicide Data Release
Sens. Patty Murray and Tim Kaine sent a letter to the DoD asking why data on military family suicides has not been released.
Army Guard, Reserve Soldiers Have a New Way to Buy the OCP
Army National Guard and Reserve soldiers are now authorized to buy the new Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform online.
Arrest in Vandalism of Monument Honoring MoH Recipient Michael Murphy
Police arrested a 14-year-old boy and charged him with vandalism on Friday after a memorial to a slain Navy SEAL.
Veterans Association Aims to Remember the USS Liberty
A Naval Board of Inquiry found that the attack by Israeli warplanes on the intelligence-gathering ship was an accident.
Air Force Missing Out on Opportunities to Employ F-22, Report Finds
The GAO said the F-22 will continue to suffer if Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson does not address the problems.
A Hairy Issue: Sailors Tell the US Navy, 'We Want Beards'
Now that women in the Navy can wear ponytails, men want beards.
Israel Evacuates White Helmets in Face of Syrian Advance
The White Helmets were evacuated to Jordan for resettlement in Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Defense Bill Would Curb Cabinet Control of Nuclear Agency
A watchdog group said the proposed changes would begin "dismantling civilian control over the nuclear weapons enterprise."
Legend of Ted Williams, Marine Pilot, Recounted in PBS Show
Hawaii was a gathering place for Williams and other baseball stars who joined the military to fight in World War II.
Coast Guard Captain Was Relieved of Duty for Inappropriate Behavior
A female member of Sector Long Island Sound reported being touched on her leg inappropriately at a closed-door meeting.
Specialist Facing Army Discharge Sues for Citizenship
Yea Ji Sea, a 29-year-old stationed at Fort Sam Houston, filed a lawsuit Thursday in federal court.
Pentagon to Provide $200 M to Ukraine in Security Funds
The funding is part of a series of Pentagon payments now totaling more than $1 billion to Ukraine since 2014.
Iran Ready to Launch Cyberattack on US, Europe as White House Prepares Sanctions
The U.S. has warned allies to step up defenses and is even weighing a possible counterattack.
Motorcycles and Wounded Warriors: Saving Lives on the Open Road
Veterans Charity Ride organizes an annual trip to Sturgis, ND. This year, we're going along for the ride.
'Good Morning, Vietnam' DJ and Air Force Veteran Adrian Cronauer Dies at 79
"If I did half the things [Robin Williams] did in that movie, I'd still be in Leavenworth," Cronauer once said.
4 Old School Problems Today's Troops Don't Have to Worry About
It's important to always remember and respect just how tough our brothers and sisters-in-arms had it way back in the day.
Congress Shocked by Number of Disabled Vets Due Tax Refunds
Number of disabled vets due refunds is 10 times more than originally thought.