Russia Sends 2 Nuclear-Capable Bombers to Venezuela
Russia's Defense Ministry said a pair Tu-160 bombers landed at Maiquetia airport outside Caracas on Monday.
Ranch Group Opposes Military Facility Expansion Plan in North Dakota
The North Dakota National Guard commander said the expansion is needed to meet military spacing and safety requirements.
In Possible Plea Deal, Accused Russian Agent Case 'Resolved'
A woman accused of being a secret agent for the Russian government has likely taken a plea deal, prosecutors indicated.
Army Ranger Killed in Afghanistan Remembered at Ceremony
Hundreds gathered on Sunday at the Cascade High School gymnasium to remember Sgt. Leandro "Lando" Jasso.
Iraq Marks Anniversary of Victory over Islamic State
As part of the celebrations, authorities plan to reopen parts of Baghdad's fortified Green Zone to the public.
Navy Bombing Range Expansion Could Limit Public Access
The Navy wants to add more than 100 square miles of private land to the Fallon Range Training Complex.
National Guard Hears 'Heartbreaking' Cancer Stories
A group of widows and retirees are pushing the Air Force to conduct a health study at the Pease Air National Guard base.
Aircraft Technician with Tuskegee Airmen Dies at 100 in NYC
Wilfred DeFour was honored just last month at a ceremony to rename a Manhattan post office after the Tuskegee Airmen.
Marine Corps Identifies Pilot Killed in Midair Collision Off Japan
Capt. Jahmar F. Resilard, 28, was pronounced dead after he was found during search and rescue operations off Kochi on Dec. 6.
Yankee Air Museum Hosts 75th Birthday for Last B-25 Combat Bomber
The B-25D bomber was built in December 1943 and flew eight missions over Italy in 1944.
Pearl Harbor Sailors Finally Laid to Rest, Thanks to DNA Testing
The remains of 186 sailors and Marines from the battleship USS Oklahoma have been identified through DNA testing.
Military Officials Unveil Damage from Powerful Alaska Earthquake
The Air Force base recovered quickly, with three C-130 aircraft landing within an hour after the earthquake.
Ukraine Says It Will Send Naval Ships Through Kerch Strait Soon
On Nov. 25, Russian border guards opened fire on three Ukrainian navy vessels moving through the Kerch Strait near Crimea.
Air Force Proposes F-35 Fighters Be Stationed at Tyndall
The U.S. Air Force plans to refurbish Tyndall in hopes of stationing three squadron's worth of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
John Kelly to Leave as Chief of Staff at End of Year, Trump Says
President Donald Trump on Saturday said White House Chief of Staff John Kelly will leave his position at the end of the year.
Travel Reimbursement to increase in 2019
Those traveling on official business in 2019 will see more cash in their pockets
Pressure, Compromise Keep Hope Alive for 'Blue Water Navy' Bill
Four veterans groups and a prominent military association have joined forces to try to push the legislation through Congress.
Almost Half of Retiree Tricare Dental Users Could Soon Be Uninsured
Of the 800,000 military retirees who currently use Tricare's retiree dental program, only about 420,000 have signed-up for a...
Army Family's Home Splits, Collapses in Alaska Earthquake
As Logan Cushman lay in bed surfing Facebook on his day off, his house collapsed around him.