Changes Coming to Military's Transition Assistance Program This Fall
Changes are coming to the DoD's program for transitioning troops, which is designed to boost veterans' chances for success.
Who Wants to Be the New Air Force Secretary? Perhaps Not Many
Experts warn it may not be so easy to find top-notch candidates willing to be the new Air Force secretary.
Trump Welcomes Wounded Warriors Who Are on Their Annual Ride
President Trump highlighted his efforts to build up the military as he welcomed wounded warriors for a White House visit.
Remains of Korean War Soldier from Tennessee Identified
Remains belonging to a soldier killed in the Korean War have been identified seven decades after he was declared missing.
'Don't Be Afraid of Taking on Someone Higher Up:' Military Advocate Reflects on Service
"Military families can do a lot more than military families think they can do," says Joyce Raezer of NMFA.
Oklahoma Attorney General Asks Trump to Pardon US Soldier
Lt. Michael Behenna was convicted of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone after killing a suspected al-Qaida terrorist.
Transgender Student May Lose Army Scholarship Under New Military Policy
Map Pesqueira, a transgender University of Texas student, was to receive a scholarship, but policy changes may change that.
North Korea's Kim to Meet Putin as Tensions Rise with US
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un will visit Russia for talks with Vladimir Putin this month, the Kremlin said Thursday.
US Halts Recent Practice of Disclosing Nuclear Weapon Total
The decision was revealed in a recent Department of Energy letter to the Federation of American Scientists.
Missing Fort Carson Soldier Found Alive
Fort Carson soldier was found alive and in good condition Wednesday morning after he went missing for 36 hours.
New Multi-Year War Experiment Will Prepare Marines to Fight in Crowded Cities
The Marine Corps plans to launch an urban-combat operations experiment this summer.
Overtasking of B-1 Lancer Fleet Led to Faster Deterioration, General Says
The Air Force overcommitted its B-1B Lancer bombers in Middle East operations over the last decade, Gen. Timothy Ray says.
Next CNO Wants to See More Women Getting Promoted to Captain, Admiral
More female officers should be serving in top Navy command posts, the admiral nominated to lead the service said Tuesday.
Air Force Planning Shorter, More Frequent Strategic Bomber Rotations
The U.S. Air Force is planning more shorter strategic bomber rotations in order to test its agility.
Shanahan Launches New Task Force on Military Sexual Assault
The task force will assess how the armed forces handle and prosecute sex crimes.
Brothers in Paws: A List of Military-Utilized Dog Breeds
We have more furry friends out there on the battlefield than you might think.
Pentagon's Military Kids Website Gets Face-Lift
The Pentagon website aimed at helping military kids has a fresh new look.
Iconic 'HALO' Master Chief Will Come to Life in New TV Series
Does Master Chief need to exist outside of the "HALO" gaming universe?
Ask Stew: Getting Faster with Goal-Pace Running
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and MIlitary.com's tactical fitness expert details how Goal-paced Running can help you run fast...