The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group is wrapping up a lengthy deployment that left some ships at sea for nine months.
Despite a steady increase in coronavirus cases, deaths remain steady in the Defense Department community.
Larger services and military burials will resume after a two-month hiatus to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The unemployment rate for veterans was 9% in May.
In the video, a soldier demands that another, out of frame, remove "Black Lives Matter" decals from his personal vehicle.
A family of six, including four children, was found dead in the back of an SUV parked in the garage of a San Antonio home.
The U.S. strikes against the Taliban were the first following a brief cease-fire declared by the insurgents.
Lessons learned from the study will be incorporated into the guidance the entire Navy has been ordered to follow.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt has returned to sea and is conducting military operations in the Pacific region.
Leaders from each of the services have now published memos to their force addressing Floyd's death.
200 pilots have chosen to stay in the Air Force as major airlines operate in a limited capacity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The soldiers with the 82nd Airborne Division have been kept at bases outside the city, and will now return to Fort Bragg.
The U.S. Air Force is asking companies to submit ideas for a next-generation hunter-killer drone to replace the MQ-9 Reaper
So far, about 32,400 Guard troops have been activated in 32 states and in D.C. to support the civil unrest response.
Rockwell said the request is a crucial step to "break down barriers and promote conversation and productive debate."