Wounded Warrior Project Pledges $160 Million to Battle PTSD
The Wounded Warrior group hopes to raise $160 million for the fight against PTSD.
Marine Iraq Vet Secures Corrected Headstone for Great-Uncle Killed in WWI
Marine Pvt. Joseph Otto Turley died Nov. 12, 1918, a day after "The Great War" ended.
Sheriff: Fort Polk Soldier Found with Wife's Body in Trunk, Kids in Car
A soldier was arrested in a car with his wife's body in the trunk, his girlfriend driving, and her two toddlers in the car.
Deputy Chief of ISIS-linked Group in Somalia Killed: Officials
Somali officials say the deputy leader of an ISIS-affiliated extremist group based in northern Somalia has been killed.
US General Visits Troops Fighting Islamic State in Syria
The top U.S. commander for the Middle East made an unannounced visit Monday to a key military outpost in southern Syria.
US Nuclear Treaty Ultimatum about China as Much as Russia
By announcing its intent to withdraw from a decades-old nuclear weapons treaty, the U.S. is targeting Russia and also China.
Military Families Already Have Enough PCS Support, New Study Finds
The DoD likely doesn't need any new policies or programs to make the military move process easier, according to a new report.
7th Fleet Ships Transit Taiwan Strait amid Security, Trade Tensions with China
The Navy sailed two Japan-based ships through the Taiwan Strait on Monday amid ongoing tensions over freedom of navigation.
US General Shot in Last Week's Taliban Attack
The Pentagon confirmed that U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Smiley was shot in a Taliban attack that killed two Afghan leaders.
Koreas Finish Removing Land Mines from Border Village
Disarming the village was among a set of tension-reduction agreements signed by the Koreas' defense chiefs last month.
50,000 Troops Prep for NATO's Biggest Show of Force Since the Cold War
Marines are landing in Iceland, a carrier is sailing past the Arctic Circle and U.S. aircraft are soaring over Scandinavia.
Air Force to Approve Longer Careers for Some Enlisted Airmen
The effort is an attempt to retain more mid-career airmen who have the experience and talent the service is looking for.
Apparent Afghan Insider Attack Kills NATO Service Member, Wounds Two Others
This comes just four days after another insider attack left an Afghan police chief dead and an American general wounded.
Pizza Deliveryman Arrested at Military Base Jailed Again
A complaint alleges that Pablo Villavicencio pushed his wife against a wall, slapped her and grabbed her phone.
US, Turkey to Soon Begin Joint Patrols in North Syria
Turkish and American troops could begin conducting joint patrols in a matter of days around the Syrian city of Manbij.
Should You Hire A Lawyer To File A VA Disability Claim?
How to get legal help and avoid being ripped off.
This is How to See if You Would've Been Drafted for Vietnam
Would you have been drafted for the Vietnam War? Here's how to find out.
Dan Donegan Talks About Disturbed's New LP and Upcoming USO Shows
"Evolution" is out now and Disturbed is playing at Creech and Nellis Air Force Bases to celebrate.
This Is How 'RED Friday' Became a Thing and Why It Still Matters Today
On Fridays, civilians back home wear an article of red clothing as a reminder to all to Remember Everyone Deployed.