7th Fleet Ships Transit Taiwan Strait amid Security, Trade Tensions with China
The Navy sailed two Japan-based ships through the Taiwan Strait on Monday amid ongoing tensions over freedom of navigation.
Koreas Finish Removing Land Mines from Border Village
Disarming the village was among a set of tension-reduction agreements signed by the Koreas' defense chiefs last month.
Pizza Deliveryman Arrested at Military Base Jailed Again
A complaint alleges that Pablo Villavicencio pushed his wife against a wall, slapped her and grabbed her phone.
US, Turkey to Soon Begin Joint Patrols in North Syria
Turkish and American troops could begin conducting joint patrols in a matter of days around the Syrian city of Manbij.
Jill Biden Christens Navy Submarine at Virginia Shipyard
Jill Biden is the sponsor of the new USS Delaware. On Saturday, she broke a ceremonial bottle across the submarine's bow.
Army Launches New 'Warriors Wanted' Campaign Aimed at Generation Z
The Army just launched a new marketing campaign called "Warriors Wanted," aimed at Generation Z.
US Veterans, Including Many Women, Seek to Serve Anew in Congress
The percentage of veterans serving in Congress has plunged from more than 70 percent decades ago to about 20 percent today.
Ex-Navy Commander Gets More Than 2 Years in Bribery Case
A federal judge in San Diego on Friday also ordered Troy Amundson, 51, of Ramsey, Minnesota, to pay a $10,000 fine.
1st Female Marine to Complete MARSOC's 2nd Phase Is Leaving the Corps
Sgt. Bailey Weis made it through both phases of MARSOC training, but was not selected for the Individual Training Course.
Army Opens Competition to Give Mobile Machine-Gunners a Better Optic
The optic will help gunners hit enemy targets faster and with more accuracy than ever before.
New Pentagon Ad Campaign Asks Parents to Support Military Service
DoD is attempting to bridge an ever-widening disconnect between many Americans and the U.S. military.
Here's How the Air Force Hopes to Train 1,500 New Pilots a Year
Currently, the Air Force faces a shortage of roughly 2,000 pilots overall.
Mattis Names Army Colonel as Guantanamo's Chief War Court Judge
Col. Douglas K. Watkins is currently handling hearings in the war crimes case against Guantanamo prisoner Majid Khan.
Russia Warns Sea of Azov Off-Limits to US, NATO Ship Drills
So far, NATO allies haven't signaled an intention of sending ships into Azov or joining possible Ukrainian exercises there.
Coalition Airstrike Targets Mosque Used by Islamic State
The strike took place Thursday when the mosque was being used by ISIS to coordinate attacks on coalition forces.
Graphic Novel Series Recounts Heroics of Army Medal of Honor Recipients
AUSA teamed up with professional comic book writers and creators to launch the graphic novel series.
Retirees, Disabled Vets Get Biggest Raise in 7 Years for 2019
The cost of living increase gives more cash to one in every five Americans.
Play the Lottery: 3 Things Military Want to Know
Playing the lottery in uniform? Make a note of these military specific details you know, just in case.
Sound Off: Should the VA Change Its Motto?
As anyone who flies the flag on their front porch knows, symbols matter. Does this one need to be changed?