The number is a small fraction of the 850 cadets who have returned to campus since spring break in March.
The president's comments set up an immediate conflict with officials in some states.
The crash killed Air Force Capt. Jenn Casey, a public-affairs officer riding as a passenger, and seriously injured the pilot.
The U.S. Naval Academy is planning to have its 4,400 midshipmen return to campus in Annapolis for the fall.
The report concluded that training efforts have encouraged soldiers to report problems.
Tom Cotton said troops should "show no quarter" in putting down violent protests.
Two B-1B Lancers from the 28th Bomb Wing marked their first-ever flight with Ukrainian Su-27 Flankers and MiG-29 Fulcrums.
Airmen from the 388th Fighter Wing and reservists from the 419th Fighter Wing have deployed to Al Dhafra Air Base.
Saboor's attack on two U.S. advisers led to significant restrictions on how the U.S. worked with Afghan partners.
Someone fired a shot at them and both soldiers and officers returned fire, Chief Steve Conrad said.
The department's main office, a block from the White House, was vandalized on the third night of protests in Washington, D.C.
Col. Bradley D. Moses was in charge of the Third Special Forces Group in October 2017 when his troops were ambushed.
With the compensation and disability exam backlog growing due to the pandemic shutdown, the VA will restart in-person exams.
Gabriel Mendez Ramirez shipped off to Marine Corps boot camp in late May with a whole lot less baggage than he used to carry.
According to the National Park Service, several memorials across Washington, D.C., were vandalized.