Former Intel Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Give China Classified Info
A former DIA officer pleaded guilty to attempting to give national defense information to Chinese intelligence agents.
University Trumpeters Offer Taps for Veterans' Funerals
Ten trumpet students at a Louisiana university are offering to play Taps at veterans' funerals.
Suspect Arrested in Dutch Tram Attack
A gunman killed three people and wounded five others on a tram in the central Dutch city of Utrecht on Monday morning.
Born into Al-Qaida: Hamza bin Laden's Rise to Prominence
Years after the death of his father at the hands of Navy SEALs, Hamza bin Laden finds himself in the crosshairs.
US Navy Won't Alter Sail-bys at Sea Despite China Maneuver
Vice Adm. Phillip Sawyer told reporters that Washington protested that "unprofessional behavior" by the Chinese ship.
Airman Shot and Killed While Trying to Stop Armed Robbery
Mckeough's friends spoke out Sunday on Facebook, referring to him a hero.
Veterans Court May Be Collateral Damage in Immigration Fight
The Veterans Treatment Court in Eugene, Oregon and 40 other specialty courts risk losing all or part of their budgets.
Why Do So Many Medals of Honor Go to Irish Troops? Here's One Theory
Of the 3,515 Medals of Honor awarded, some 2,018 have gone to Irish-Americans.
The Army Is Rebuilding its Ammunition Stores for the Next Fight
In the Army's budget request, it is increasing its investment in every type of ammunition except artillery shells.
US-Backed Forces Admit to 'Difficulties' Beating ISIS in Syria
The battle to capture the extremist group's last patch of territory in eastern Syria has dragged on for weeks.
General's Family: From Segregation to Command in 100 Years
Fort Jackson's commanding general is descended from a soldier who served there in a segregated military.
Lawyer: US Navy Veteran Held in Iran Sentenced to 10 Years
Michael White of Imperial Beach, California, was convicted on charges of insulting Iran's supreme leader and posting private...
Sailors Extinguish USS Devastator Fire in Bahrain
The fire aboard USS Devastator started while the mine countermeasures ship was pierside at NSA Bahrain.
Iraq War Veteran Sentenced to 9 Years in Prison for Abusing Neighbors' Dogs
Former Navy corpsman David Herbert targeted next-door neighbors in Oceanside in 2017.
New York Signs Agreement with Brazil for Joint Military Training Missions
The agreement is the latest program that pairs the state National Guard with the militaries of foreign countries.
Burgoyne Always Has the Back of His Navy Lacrosse Teammates
Teammates elected Ian Burgoyne to wear the No. 40 in honor of former Navy lacrosse player Brendan Looney.
‘Stop Looking at These Kids as Heroes’: Vet’s Documentary Features Afghan War Footage
Former Marine Miles Lagoze hopes his film "Combat Obscura" will alter the "sanitized and sanctified view of the military" man...
How NextOp Helps Veterans Get Careers in Skilled Trades
Here's how veterans can get a job in the booming construction industry.
Chairman's Flight Surgeon Shares Insights on How to Run Farther and Live Longer
"Researchers are looking at ways that can extend our lives, and quality of life, well into our latter decades."