Report: Army 4-Star Selected to Lead New Futures Command
A publication reported that Murray’s nomination to head Futures Command had been sent to the SASC this week.
Trump Corrects His Quote, Says Misspoke on Russian Meddling
President Trump sought to clarify his public undermining of American intelligence agencies, saying he had misspoken.
Marines' F-35B Fighters Headed to Middle East for the First Time
About 5,000 U.S. troops are sailing toward the Middle East with an F-35B detachment.
Russian Military Offers to Cooperate with US in Syria
Russia's Defense Ministry says it's ready to boost cooperation, following talks between Trump and Putin.
North Korea to Hand Over Up to 55 Sets of US Remains Soon: Reports
The return could come within two weeks, according to some sources.
US Naval Academy: New Hair Rules Don't Apply to Midshipmen
A Navy rule change that lets servicewomen wear ponytails and other longer hairstyles won't apply to the U.S. Naval Academy.
US Intel Chief Stands by Assessment of Russian Meddling
The top U.S. intelligence official stood by what he called "clear" assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Officials: In Policy Shift, US Open to Meeting with Taliban
The Taliban have long refused direct talks with the Afghan government, demanding instead to negotiate with Washington.
Air Force OKs Locks, Earring Styles, Ribbon Options in Policy Changes
The Air Force is easing up on guidance for hairstyles and certain accessories after a meeting of the Air Force Uniform Board.
Summer Surge at Fort Benning Delays Basic Training for 423 Recruits
More than 400 recruits are on hold at Fort Benning, Georgia's reception station and may have to wait as long as three weeks.
Far Fewer Troops Applying to Be US Citizens This Year, Officials Say
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reported major declines in the number of U.S. troops seeking naturalization.
Pentagon Met Dependent Suicide Reporting Requirements: Official
Pentagon officials say they have met lawmakers' requirements for tracking suicides by military family members.
Navy: No Immigrant Sailors Admitted Under MAVNI Are Facing Separation
The Navy has completed security-clearance investigations on all 29 of the sailors admitted under MAVNI.
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.
Air Force Slowly Building Up in Eastern Europe: USAFE Commander
Building up airfields so U.S. aircraft can land safely on Europe's eastern front was not a project the Air Force predicted.
Vietnam War Memorial Advocate Jan Scruggs Talks PBS Monuments Doc
Jan Scruggs, credited as the driving force behind the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, talks to us about "10 Monuments That Changed...
WWII Vets Reunite with Beloved Biplanes Before Pensacola Air Show
13 Stearman pilots volunteered to take 18 World War II veterans on a nostalgic flight over Pensacola Beach's emerald green wa...
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...