The Air Force Hasn't Bought an F-15 in 15 Years. Boeing Is Preparing Just in Case
It's been 15 years since Boeing's north St. Louis County plant churned out an F-15 fighter plane for the Air Force.
Utah Man Pushes for Census to Include Veterans Question
The former head of the Utah VA is pushing for the U.S. census to include a question about veterans next year.
Army Reopens Case of 2007 Murder-Suicide That Was Originally Called 'Friendly Fire'
In the nearly 12 years since Kamisha Block's death, the family has worked with their elected officials to get more info.
Second Okinawa-Based Airman in Four Days Arrested on Suspicion of Drunk Driving
For the second time in less than a week, a Kadena-based airman has been accused of crashing while under the influence.
Virginia Governor Wants Confederate Arch Gone from US Fort
Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for the removal of an arch honoring the former president of the Confederacy at Fort Monroe.
Marine Vet Moulton Joins 2020 Presidential Race
The Massachusetts lawmaker and Iraq War veteran Seth Moulton made the announcement Monday.
US Gives 3 Black Hawk Helicopters to Albania Military
Helicopters are part of a U.S. support package for Albania, which joined NATO in 2009.
The Air Force Is on a Mission to Fix its Uniforms
The Air Force Chief of Staff has called for improved, better-fitting uniforms -- not only for comfort, but also for safety.
Blue Angels Gear Up for New Era in F/A-18 Super Hornet
The Blue Angels are tentatively scheduled to start flying the F/A-18 Super Hornet in 2021.
Navy Investigating After Camera Found in Women's Bathroom on the USS Arlington
A female Marine found a camera hidden in a women's bathroom aboard the USS Arlington.
'Mastermind' in 7-Person Military Construction Scheme Sentenced to Prison
A SC man was found to have cheated the federal government of more than $150 million in military construction contracts.
Investigator: 7 Suicide Attackers Behind 6 Sri Lanka Blasts
An analysis of the attackers' body parts made clear that they were suicide bombers.
Army Identifies Soldier Who Died in Iraq
Spc. Ryan Riley, 22, died in Ninawa province, Iraq.
Air Force: Kirtland Jet Fuel Cleanup to Continue for Years
The leak was discovered in 1999 after jet fuel was found on the surface near a base fueling facility.
Pa. Delegation Seeks Coast Guard Honor for Arnold Palmer
State representatives are asking the Coast Guard to name a Fast Response Cutter or other "suitable vessel" after Palmer.
Removing Spouse Career Barriers: Libby Jamison
It isn't enough for Navy spouse and attorney Libby Jamison to just solve her own career problems.
How to Build Mental Toughness
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL and Military.com's tactical fitness expert details how you can improve your mental toughness to achieve...
How to Decode Civilian Language for a Successful Transition
Lida Citroen, Military.com's veteran employment expert details how you can decode civilian language in the workplace.
Airmen Face Challenges Buying New OCP Uniforms
Airmen describe frustrations with trying to purchase the OCP uniform at military clothing stores and being refused.