Enrollment Fee Changes Announced for Some Tricare Users
Retired Guardsmen and reservists will pay more for Tricare enrollment in 2019, while others will see small decreases.
Mattis Denies Rift with Top White House Official over Syria Endgame
Jim Mattis and John Bolton appeared to set different conditions for the eventual withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
Air Force OCP Uniform Rollout Just Days Away
The U.S. Air Force is on track to begin distributing its new Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform beginning Oct. 1.
Pentagon Adjusts Tactics as Afghan Army Toll Rises: Mattis
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday that the U.S. military is adjusting tactics in Afghanistan.
'Rocket Man' to 'Terrific': Trump Lauds Kim in UN Return
President Trump raised hopes at the United Nations that a second meeting with Kim Jong Un could occur "quite soon."
New Rules: High-and-Tights for Sailors Who Serve With Marines
Navy corpsmen will no longer be exempt from Marine first sergeants' orders to police their mustaches.
Alleged al-Qaida War Criminal Recovering from Surgery Stalls Gitmo Hearing
An Iraqi captive held at Guantanamo failed to show up at a hearing, stalling progress toward the war crimes trial.
Marine Jailed, Owes Corps More Than Half a Million Dollars
A former Marine who used his position as a Toys for Tots coordinator to make payments to himself will serve 33 months.
3 Ways the Marines Are Making Their Fitness Tests Tougher in 2019
Marines will face several new standards next year that will make it harder to pass their physical and combat fitness tests....
Air Force Refueling Mission Over Horn of Africa Holds Steady
As of Aug. 31, Air Force tankers had conducted 2,919 sorties and offloaded 92.3 million pounds of fuel to coalition fighters.
Mattis to Iran: Don't Even Think About Taking Us On
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned Iran against blaming the U.S. for a terror attack that killed at least 25.
'Don't Do Stupid Stuff:' Soldiers Recount Mandatory Safety Brief Memories
The warnings given to soldiers at weekend and holiday safety briefings in recent decades are the stuff of Army lore.
100 Years Ago, US Fought Its Deadliest Battle in France
More than 26,000 U.S. troops died in the 47-day battle -- close to half the number of those killed during the Vietnam War.
Former Air Force Chaplain Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Abuse
A former Air Force chaplain has been charged with seven counts of aggravated sexual abuse and abusive sexual contact.
Russia to Provide Syria with New S-300 Air Defense Missiles
Russia will supply Syria with sophisticated S-300 air defense systems after last week's downing of a Russian plane.
After Florence, Commissaries Reopen, Return to Normal Hours
With storm clean-up well on its way, these commissaries have reopened.
Al Matthews, Marine Veteran Who Played Apone in 'Aliens,' Dies at 75
In his most famous scene, he bites down on his cigar as he awakes from hypersleep and starts barking orders to his Marines.
The Making of 'Black Hawk Down: The Untold Story'
Filmmaker and retired Air Force Col. Randall Larsen says the soldiers from Fort Drum have never got the credit they deserved.
'Star Wars' Producer and Marine Corps Veteran Gary Kurtz Dies at 78
Kurtz served during the Vietnam War but refused to carry a loaded weapon despite threats he'd be thrown into jail.