Wisconsin Department of Justice to Review National Guard Sexual Assault Investigations
The Wisconsin Guard's top commander, Adj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, resigned at Gov. Tony Evers' request.
US Sends Warship Through Taiwan Strait Days After Island Reelects Separatist Leader
The Yokosuka-based guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh sailed through the strait on Thursday.
Joint Syria Raid Killed ISIS Oil Official who Financed Sleeper Cells
The ISIS official known by the pseudonym Abu al-Ward al-Iraqi was killed along with another militant.
Air Force Captain who Fled Court-Martial Hearing Found Dead
Capt. Kevin Larson did not appear for a court-martial hearing at Nellis Air Force Base.
Iran Acknowledges Russian-Made Missiles Targeted Ukraine Jet
For days after the Jan. 8 shootdown, Iran denied that it fired missiles at the plane.
The President's Actions Threatened US Troops, Veteran on Impeachment Team Argues
The only veteran among the House impeachment managers cited his oath to defend the Constitution.
The B-52 Will No Longer Carry Certain Nuclear Weapons. Here's Why
The B-52 Stratofortress will no longer carry the B61-7 and B83-1 nuclear gravity bombs as it prepares to carry the new long-r...
Federal Ammunition Unveils New Deep-Penetrating .380 Hollow Point Ammo
At SHOT Show next week, Federal Ammunition will display its new expanding .380 auto ammunition.
Marines to Get New Lightweight Polymer Ammo for 'Ma Deuce' Machine Gun
The Marine Corps has inked a $10M contract with MAC LLC for new lightweight polymer machine-gun ammunition.
Space Force Offers First Peek at Camouflage Uniform
The United States Space Force has only one member so far, but it appears the service utility uniform is already well under de...
Trijicon’s New Handheld Range-Finder Will Map the Wind for Extreme Accuracy
The Trijicon Ventus is the world's first handheld device with advanced wind mapping and wind detection.
Two Immigrants, Pastor, Army Sergeant Guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Fraud
Each defendant was convicted of making at least one false statement to U.S. immigration authorities.
Towson Hires Former Maryland National Guard Head as First 'Leader-in-Residence'
General Linda Singh recently retired from her position as adjutant general of the Maryland Military Department.
Members of Congress Visit Navy Shipbuilder Amid Talk of Cuts
The tour came several weeks after a memo was leaked that outlined an initial Navy proposal to cut shipbuilding.
Ground Broken for National POW/MIA Museum in Jacksonville
A first of its kind, the memorial and museum is being built at the former Naval Air Station Cecil Field jet base.