Reports: MQ-9 Drone Shot Down over Yemen
Officials with U.S. Central Command say they're looking into reports that an MQ-9 Reaper has been shot down in Yemen.
First Woman on the Moon Could Be a Soldier
Lt. Col. Anne McClain is one of 12 female astronauts who could become the first woman on the moon by 2024.
Pentagon Cancels Billion-Dollar Missile Defense Project
The move is aimed in part at considering new approaches to missile defense at a time of rapid technological change.
Head of Army Cyber Command Wants Name Changed to Better Reflect Mission
U.S. Army Cyber Command is on its way to Augusta, but it might look a little different.
Five Indicted in Scheme to Steal Millions from Veterans, Federal Officials Say
Justice Department officials said the scheme began in 2014.
US Says It's Ready to Resume Nuclear Talks with North Korea
President Donald Trump said recently he received a "beautiful" three-page letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Defense Department Officials: All CBD Products Forbidden to Troops
Despite the growing number of edibles, oils and tinctures containing cannabidiol, this substance remains off limits.
Executive Officer of Secretive Navy Submarine Fired Due to Loss of Confidence
He's the fifth Navy senior leader to be fired this month.
4 Super Hornets Damaged in Carrier Landing Gone Wrong
An E-2D Hawkeye struck two aircraft and sent debris flying into two others in a Class A mishap on the USS Abraham Lincoln.
Despite Record DoD Budgets, Army Needs More Money: Acting Secretary
The Army says it needs more modernization money to counter Russia and China.
Trump Signs Directive Expediting Student Debt Forgiveness for Some Veterans
He announced an effort Wednesday to accelerate the process for canceling eligible disabled veterans' federal student loans.
Smoking Ban at VA Hospitals Will Soon Apply to Employees, Too
The policy initially exempted employees, but now they must comply by January 2020.
Navy Fires 2nd Japan-Based Leader in a Day as Destroyer XO Is Canned
Both officers belong to the Navy's Task Force 70.
New Set of Gear Could Allow Soldiers to Ditch AA Batteries for Good
The service wants equipment sets that can run communication, navigation and weapons accessories off of a common power source.
Army Awaits Afghanistan Guidance as Trump Talks Withdrawal
Policymakers have yet to tell the Army how to handle a potential Afghan withdrawal.
Teenager Honors Her Fallen Father with Senior Photos
Nebraska teenager Julia Yllescas honors her fallen father with her beautiful senior photos.
ESPN Documentary Shows Rocky Bleier's Emotional Return to Vietnam
The Pittsburgh Steelers running back returned to the Vietnamese rice paddy where he was injured in battle for a new ESPN docu...
WWII Vet Jack Whitaker, Who Called the First Super Bowl, Dies at 95
Whitaker was wounded by either an artillery shell or mortar while in service in WWII.