United had temporarily suspended its cargo pet transport program, sparking panic among military families stationed on Guam.
President Donald Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending measure Friday, averting a midnight government shutdown.
The Army will begin fielding roughly 6,000 Heckler & Koch G28E rifles as the service's new Squad Designated Marksman Rifle.
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The problem affects those who don't pay through paycheck allotment and those who purchased certain plans.
New rules to prevent the VA from conducting medical experiments on dogs was tucked into a massive spending package.
The $1.3 trillion spending package includes a new provision that would give more veterans access to mental health care.
The White House told Congress Thursday that it plans to approve a $1 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia.
The military services are working harder to make gender-specific accommodations for women's gear.
The deputy commander of Carrier Air Wing One was relieved after he acted in an unprofessional manner while on leave.
The Pave Hawk community honored seven combat search-and-rescue airmen who died last week in western Iraq.
If one service has made sufficient progress to use laser weapons in its arsenal in the next few years, it's the U.S. Navy.
North Korea said U.S. pressure had nothing to do with its peace overtures to the U.S. and South Korea.
It is unclear whether U.S. aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines would participate as they have in previous war games.
Three key aviation bonus programs are expanding amid a Pentagon-wide aviator shortfall.
The Army launched its Future Vertical Lift program to replace fleets of UH-60 Black Hawk, CH-47 Chinook and AH-64 Apaches.
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Josh Butner is under fire for saying "It should be a requirement to have served to even run" for Congress.