NASA Astronaut Describes Close Call Following Failed Launch
The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing knew he needed to stay calm.
Mattis Sees Firsthand the Enduring Costs of Vietnam War
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is getting a firsthand look at the enduring costs of fighting the Vietnam War.
US Airstrike in Somalia Kills about 60 al-Shabab Fighters
The U.S. military announced its deadliest airstrike against the al-Shabab extremist group in Somalia in nearly a year.
US Navy Research Vessel Docks in Taiwan amid China Tensions
Taiwan's official Central News Agency says the Thomas G. Thompson arrived in the southern port of Kaohsiung on Monday.
National Guard's New SFAB Will Be Spread Across Six States
The specialized brigades are designed to perform advise-and-assist training of conventional combat units in friendly nations.
Mattis Speaks Out: He’s Staying SecDef, and He’s Not a Democrat
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has given no signs that he intends to step down from the Cabinet post.
Mechanic Accidentally Fires Cannon, Destroying F-16 on Ground in Belgium
A maintenance worker accidentally fired a 20mm Vulcan cannon from an F-16 jet at Belgium's Florennes Air Force Base.
Air Force Still Mum on How Many F-22s Damaged in Hurricane
It is rumored that anywhere from seven to 17 aircraft may have been damaged by the Category 4 storm.
Army Wants Bradley Replacement to Vastly Outgun the Enemy
The Army hopes to field its first Next-Generation Combat Vehicle in 2025.
80 Percent of Operational F-35s Now Cleared for Flight, Officials Say
The Pentagon has approved more than 80 percent of its operational F-35 Joint Strike Fighters to fly again after mandated insp...
Navy Master Diver's Idea Seeks to Digitize Diving
A prototype application now seeks to digitize diving, from start to finish.
Tough PCS Season Sparks Changes to Military Moves
Officials who oversee the Pentagon's vast household goods moving system said they are rolling out a series of system changes.
New Marine Correctional Unit 'Like Boot Camp All Over Again'
The program includes mindfulness training, goal-setting and classes on a variety of topics, such as financial literacy.
Army, FBI Investigating Soldier Death at Fort Campbell
A Fort Campbell soldier has been fatally wounded, and the post said the soldier's spouse has been taken into custody.
Black Woman Who Had Trailblazing Navy Career Dies at 83
Raye Montague, a trailblazing black woman who revolutionized the way the U.S. Navy designed ships, has died. She was 83.
Paul Greengrass' Riveting '22 July' Explores Overcoming an Act of Pure Evil
Director Paul Greengrass' new film tells the story of Norway's 2011 terror attacks.
Vets in Public Service: South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg
The United States Navy Lieutenant and veteran of the War in Afghanistan was elected in 2011.
How to Find Cheap Military Flights and Baggage Discounts
We researched how to find cheap military flights to help those families traveling for vacation or during a PCS move. Planning...
New Book Delves Deeper into WWII's Eastern Front
Craig Luther's "The First Day on the Eastern Front" hones in on the first 21 hours of the Axis powers' attack on the Soviet U...