Remains of 22 Troops Killed 76 Years Ago in Battle of Tarawa Return to US
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency transferred the remains from Tarawa in 22 cases.
Gilday Nominated to Be Next Chief of Naval Operations
Vice Adm. Michael Gilday, a three-star admiral, is now the director of the Joint Staff, a position he has held since March.
John Paul Stevens to Be 13th Supreme Court Justice Buried at Arlington
Navy veteran John Paul Stevens died Tuesday at age 99, a day after suffering a stroke.
Vice President Pence Tells Troops: 'Fort Bragg Is Full of Patriots'
Vice President Mike Pence visited Fort Bragg soldiers Wednesday to thank them for their service to the country.
Navy Cuts Flight Hours, Cancels Performances as It Deals with Aviation Budget Shortfall
Navy H-60 Sea Hawk pilots in helicopter sea combat and maritime strike squadrons will see their flight hours cut by 25%.
Marines' New Top Officer Wants to Give New Moms a Full Year Off
The commandant's plan would drastically expand the service's maternity leave benefits.
Here's How the US Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life
Drug interdictions by the service played a role in convicting the kingpin.
Ousting Turkey from F-35 Program Will Cost US Hundreds of Millions, Officials Say
The Pentagon says it will cost $500 million to $600 million to find new suppliers for F-35 parts produced by Turkey.
US Marine Corps Asks Duncan Hunter to Stop Using Marine Symbols for Campaign
The service apparently wrote Hunter a letter asking him to immediately stop using the USMC Eagle, Globe and Anchor emblem.
Air Force Fighter Pilot Units Will Get Personal Therapists to Fight Chronic Pain
A personal masseuse, trainer or conditioning coach could be coming to a fighter pilot base near you.
Acting SecDef Spencer's First Order: Send 2,100 More Troops to Border
One thousand Texas National Guardsmen will joint 1,100 active-duty troops on the border in the next several weeks.
Top Diplomat: Iran Must Build Missiles for Defense
Iran's foreign minister said Wednesday that his country has no choice but to manufacture missiles for defense purposes.
Female Enlisted Sailors Can Now Apply for Submarine Duty Year-Round
The Navy announced that female sailors who want to move into the community can now apply to do so year-round.
Air Force: Rescue Team Helps Injured Mexican Fishermen
The U.S. Air Force says airmen from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base parachuted into the Pacific Ocean on July 10.
New Law Increases VA Home Loan Limits, Funding Fees
Non-disabled active-duty veterans will pay more, but they will also have flexibility in how much home the VA will back.
The Essential Gear for Your Raid on Area 51
What the dickens is going on at Area 51?
3 Hot Tips on How to Start a Vet-Owned Business
Military.com has interviewed hundreds of veteran entrepreneurs. We culled their top three pieces of advice for would-be entre...
Filmmaker and Vietnam Vet Oliver Stone Writing Memoir, Scheduled for 2020
Army veteran Oliver Stone has some memories to share, not all of them happy.
VA Announces Yellow Ribbon Schools for 2019-2020 Academic Year
These private schools give veterans a break on tuition.