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First National Guard Unit Gets F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
The Vermont Air National Guard is due to take delivery Thursday of the first two of what will become 20 F-35 fighters.
Belgian Fighter Jet Crashes in France, Pilot Hits Power Line
Emergency workers extracted the pilot safely after cutting off power in the area.
Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.
Court-Martial Acquits Air Force Academy Cadet Accused of Rape
An Air Force Academy cadet accused of raping a woman in 2017 was found not guilty during a general court-martial.
The 'Hero of Cologne' Receives his Bronze Star 75 Years Late
When 96-year-old Clarence Smoyer came to Washington, he thought he was heading to the Pentagon to sign copies of "Spearhead."
Suicide Bomb at Hospital in Southern Afghanistan Kills at Least 20
The Taliban have carried out nearly daily attacks since peace talks with the United States collapsed earlier this month.
Man Arrested in Terrorism Probe Said He Would Execute US Service Members
FBI agents took Nayef Qashou into custody Monday. He's charged with lying to the FBI and destroying records.
1st Female Airman to Earn Ranger Tab Is Now Training for Disaster Response
She made history. Now, she's training to make a difference.
Air Force to Institute New Fitness Requirements for Commanders
Starting next week, commanders will be expected to stay in shape, according to Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein.
Appeals Court Asked to Halt Discharge of Airmen with HIV
The DOJ argues that the risk is amplified on the battlefield where soldiers often come into contact with blood.
A Missing ID Card Spent 50 Years in Vietnam. Now It's Coming Home
How the card was discovered after 50 years missing is an unlikely story of serendipity.
West Point Grad Esper Fields Tough Question on Army-Air Force Game Loyalties
Defense Secretary Mark Esper feigned neutrality Wednesday on the upcoming Army-Air Force football game.
Marines Near Deal to Test 'Transformers'-Like Exoskeleton Prototype
Marines who spend much of their day lifting hefty ammunition or moving pallets full of gear could soon get a helping hand.
SecDef Esper: The Military's Next Big Fight May Start in Space
The U.S. military needs to move quickly to stand up U.S. Space Force as a military branch, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.
Air Force Wing Ready for Disaster Response Worldwide 'Anytime, Anywhere'
The 621st Contingency Response Wing has the mission to set up or restore airfields in disaster response.
Steelers Honor World War II Veteran Brothers at NFL Home Opener
Ted Sikora, 99, served in the Battle of the Bulge and Ed Sikora, 95, served in Pearl Harbor and the Pacific theater.
5 Steps to Success from a Sailor Turned NASCAR Driver
After commissioning into the Navy, surface warfare officer Jesse Iwuji mapped out a plan to race in NASCAR as a side hustle.
Thrift Savings Plan Has New Withdrawal Rules
The rules for withdrawing funds while in-service, as well as after leaving, are becoming less restrictive.