Troops May Face Higher Risk of Sex Assault at These Duty Stations
Men and women on Navy ships faced the highest rates of sexual assaults in the military, according to newly released data.
Army Misses Recruiting Goal for First Time Since 2005
For the first time since 2005, the U.S. Army missed its recruiting goal this year, falling short by about 6,500 soldiers.
Small North Carolina Town Is Latest to Feel Florence's Fury
The National Guard and U.S. Coast Guard rushed in to help stranded residents in flooded North Carolina towns.
Trump Signs $200 Billion VA Budget for 2019
President Trump signed a spending bill for the Department of Veterans Affairs that for the first time exceeds $200B.
Navy Times: Navy SEAL Detained in ISIS Death Probe
The unidentified SEAL is being held in a San Diego brig, but has yet to be charged with a crime.
After $23M Spent, Plans for Vietnam Wall Education Center Have Been Scrapped
"Since the idea was developed in early 2001, the world is a very different place."
Five Doctors Out at Minneapolis VA Over Bio-pharma Improprieties
VA proposed terminating all five doctors, but each of them opted to resign or retire.
DoD Needs to Better Monitor Tricare Care Providers: Report
DoD officials need to make sure civilian health care providers are giving military families good care, according to a report.
Georgia Guardsmen to Face Crowded, Complex Battlefield in Afghanistan
The Islamic State group is lurking in eastern parts of the country where the Georgia troops are headed.
VA Sends Mobile Units to North Carolina to Aid Veterans After Hurricane
The mobile units offer care and prescriptions in areas still shut down by storm damage.
Trump Disdains the UN, But He Loves Its Stage
When Trump returns to the U.N., he is expected to claim that his brash diplomacy has eased tensions with North Korea.
Iran's President Blames US After Attack on Military Parade
Saturday's attack, claimed by the region's Arab separatists, was the deadliest attack in the country in almost a decade.
Air Force Couple Investigated for Child's Death
An Air Force couple who reportedly had financial issues is being investigated for the death of their infant son in 2016.
China Summons US Ambassador Over Military Sanctions
The sanctions signal the White House's willingness to risk relations with other countries in its campaign against Moscow.
Researchers Say They're Closing In on Captain Cook's Ship
Captain James Cook sailed on board the Endeavour during his 1768-1771 voyage to claim Australia for the British.
5 of the Most Spine-Chilling Military Superstitions
Humans are superstitious. We tend to come up with all kinds of ways to justify certain things we don't fully understand.
Discharged and Jobless: Veterans Seek Change in Hiring Rules
Military veterans who were discharged for relatively minor offenses say they often can't get jobs.
Vietnam Veteran Recalls Tales of the Red Scarves in His Memoir
"Saddle Up: The Story of a Red Scarf" tells of John C. Hedley's service with Fox Force during the Vietnam War.
Job Seekers: What do you need, want and value?
Lida Citroen, Military.com's veteran employmen expert, details important things to consider before you begin your job search....