Pentagon Met Dependent Suicide Reporting Requirements: Official
Pentagon officials say they have met lawmakers' requirements for tracking suicides by military family members.
Pentagon, Lockheed Reach Handshake Agreement on Next Batch of F-35s
The Pentagon and Lockheed Martin Corp. have reached a handshake deal on the next batch of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
Trump Questions US Intel, Not Putin, on Russia 2016 Meddling
Putin, for his part, said for the first time that he did want Trump to win the election, but insisted he had not interfered.
Vet's Business Gifted $15K of Lawn Equipment After His Gear Is Stolen
Soldier's Wish surprised Nichols with $15,000 worth of new lawn equipment, the Tulsa World reported.
He's 63, Just Joined the Navy and Says 'I'm in my Prime'
Dr. Tyrone Krause joined the Navy after receiving a waiver that permitted him to enter the Reserves past the age limit.
Army Ponders Changes After Insider Attack in Afghanistan
It's too early to tell if training or other changes must be made in light of an insider attack in Afghanistan.
Nation's New Aircraft Carrier Enters Next Phase at Shipyard
The USS Gerald R. Ford's stay at Newport News Shipbuilding will address some well-publicized problems.
American Legion Cuts Staff by 15 Percent in Restructuring
The veterans advocacy group said the restructuring is aimed at helping it to better meet its mission.
Lawmaker Urges Mattis to Upgrade Fallen Marine Officer's Silver Star
Marine 1st Lt. Travis Manion posthumously received the Silver Star, but was originally nominated for the Navy Cross.
North Koreans Finally Meet with US General on Return of Troop Remains
U.S. and North Korean officers met for the first time in nine years at Panmunjom on the DMZ.
In Reversal, White House Trade Director to Skip Farnborough Airshow
Does this signal a change of U.S. objectives at world's largest gathering of aerospace and defense firms?
Army IDs Ranger Killed in Combat in Afghanistan
The Army has identified Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Andrew Celiz as the soldier killed during a combat mission in Afghanistan.
Sailors Join NATO Allies in Sub Exercise as Russia Threat Grows
This year's Exercise Dynamic Mongoose involved more than 2,000 service members from 10 NATO countries.
Army Contests Claims of Discrimination Against Pregnant Officers
The leadership at Army Command and General Staff College is pushing back on recent allegations of discrimination.
Mississippi Honors Marine Plane Crash Victims with Memorial
More than 200 relatives and friends were among those who gathered to honor the 16 service members who died in the crash.
Rear Admiral’s Five Lessons for Success
Retired Rear Admiral Sinclair Harris shares his secret sauce for success in life and talks about his transition to the civili...
Conferees Urged to Reject Senate-Passed TRICARE Fee Increases
The Military Coalition is urging House-Senate conferees to reject Senate-passed language that would impose higher TRICARE enr...
Borat Stole My Valor and I Want It Back
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Milspouse Jurnee Values Her Spot on 'American Idol Live!' Tour
Her wife, Ashley, an Army communications specialist, has been deployed overseas.