A nursing assistant injected veteran patients with lethal doses of insulin.
Students at Fort Knox's Recruiting and Retention College received the uniform, called "pinks and greens," this month.
Debts that have been delinquent for more than 120 days and passed to the Treasury Department won't be pursued this year.
The heads of the two committees planning to convene the July 16 hearing said Admiral Karl Schultz has refused to testify.
An F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot landing at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico ejected safely Monday before the jet crashed...
The ship's upper decks and superstructure have been damaged, and the forward mast has collapsed. The ship is also listing.
The collection is part of a nationwide effort to find treatments for the deadly coronavirus.
China accused the U.S. of trying to sow discord between China and the countries with which it has territorial disputes.
Okinawan officials on Sunday said most of the cases since early July were at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma.
The services are deploying 740 medical personnel to Texas and California to fight the coronavirus.
The Marine Corps and Navy are tightening the dress code for troops assigned to the National Capital Region and the Pentagon.
A panel of eight members set to hear the court-martial of Midshipman 3rd Class Nixon Keago was selected Monday.
The transition from civilian to West Point cadet is different for the Class of 2024 as the academy adapts to the pandemic.
Updates to the dress and appearance policy also mean that qualifying male airmen can get a five-year shaving waiver.
Sgt. 1st Class Patrick Shields received the Soldier's Medal from Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee during a ceremony.