Blood Tests Link High Levels of Toxic Chemicals to Airbase Contaminants
The study surveyed 220 people and gave thousands of other residents their first hint at what could be in their blood.
DoD Identifies Fort Drum Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Pfc. Joshua Mikeasky, 19, died Thursday at Bagram Airfield in Parwan Province, Afghanistan.
Survey: Nearly 40 Percent of Active-Duty Women Report Fertility Problems
A Service Women's Action Network report finds a third of female veterans also face infertility.
Rolling Thunder to End Annual Memorial Day Ride in DC after 2019
Rolling Thunder will no longer hold its annual Memorial Day motorcycle ride through Washington, D.C., after 2019.
Soldiers Thought They Had Holiday Leave. Now the Army's Helping With Cancellations
Scores of soldiers purchased airline tickets home for the holidays, only to learn that their leave was never fully approved.
Retired Admiral Was a 'Top Shelf' Friend to 'Fat Leonard,' Navy Says
Retired Rear Admiral Mark C. Montgomery was also nominated by President Trump last June for an administrative position.
Trump Visits Arlington National Cemetery for Holiday Commemoration
Trump visited on a day when holiday wreaths were laid to honor the sacrifices made by veterans and their families.
Wounded Horses, Iowa Veterans Work Together to Heal
At Wildwood Hills Ranch, researchers are focusing on the mental benefits of horse-assisted therapy for veterans.
Navy Offers What Venezuelan Regime Can't: Urgent Health Care
So far, Operation Enduring Promise 2018 has treated about 20,000 patients in Latin American countries.
Navy Achieves New F-35 Fighter Jet Milestone on USS Carl Vinson
The Strike Fighter Squadron 147 "Argonauts" completed carrier qualifications Wednesday.
Lawmakers Press Coast Guard Commandant on Bias Allegations at Academy
The meeting was called to address a recent Inspector General report.
Icebreaker Or Border Wall? House Action Jeopardizes Coast Guard Ship Funding
The Coast Guard commandant says he would press to get funding back for a new icebreaker.
Dutch to Boost Defense Spending for More F-35 Stealth Fighters
The Dutch have enough F-35s for two squadrons, but NATO wants them to add a third one.
Fort Bragg Soldier Receives Soldier's Medal for Heroism
Sgt. 1st Class Erik Kingsley rescued a driver from his burning car -- just before it exploded.
Georgia Guardsmen Get Training to Counter Afghanistan Insider Threats
The training -- continuously revised in response to events overseas -- emphasizes security, vigilance and marksmanship.
Louis Zamperini’s ‘Path to Redemption’
Christianity helped the famous POW handle his PTSD.
Military Pay Not Likely to Be Affected Under Threat of Partial Government Shutdown
Military pay would likely not be affected in a threatened partial government shutdown on Dec. 21.
5 Navy SEAL Workout Recovery Tips
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert gives his advice for how to recover quickly from int...
UPS and the Marines Join Forces in North Dakota to Battle Childhood Illiteracy
This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the UPS store Toys for Tots Literacy Program.