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.
Soldiers Recount Memorable Moments from Mandatory Weekend Safety Briefs
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.
US Airstrike Kills 18 al-Shabab After US Attacked in Somalia
A U.S. military airstrike has killed 18 al-Shabab extremists, the U.S. Africa Command said Saturday.
Naval Academy's Cybersecurity Program Receives Accreditation
The U.S. Naval Academy's cyber operations program has been formally accredited.
Army Special Forces Medic Will Get Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Heroism
Ronald J. Shurer II will receive the Medal of Honor, an upgrade to the Silver Star he was awarded for his actions in 2008.
Pueblo Crew Tells Trump to Bring Their Warship Home from North Korea
The still-commissioned Navy warship remains on the Potong River as a museum piece in North Korea's capital.
Small North Carolina Town Is Latest to Feel Florence's Fury
The National Guard and U.S. Coast Guard rushed in to help stranded residents in flooded North Carolina towns.
Army Misses Recruiting Goal for First Time Since 2005
For the first time since 2005, the U.S. Army missed its recruiting goal this year, falling short by about 6,500 soldiers.
General: Pentagon Caught 'Flat-Footed' by Trump Tweets on Transgender Ban
The Pentagon was blindsided by President Donald Trump's proposed ban on transgender individuals serving in the military.
'Never Forget Our Duty:' Mattis Says Push to Bring MIA Troops Home Continues
The defense secretary hailed the sacrifice of the missing at a Pentagon ceremony.
Navy Times: Navy SEAL Detained in ISIS Death Probe
The unidentified SEAL is being held in a San Diego brig, but has yet to be charged with a crime.
Trump Disdains the UN, But He Loves Its Stage
When Trump returns to the U.N., he is expected to claim that his brash diplomacy has eased tensions with North Korea.
When Florence Canceled This Marine's Wedding, Military Spouses Stepped In
Even a hurricane couldn't stop the military community from doing what they do best: showing up.
Tom Cruise Shoots 'Top Gun' Sequel at Lemoore Naval Air Station
Cruise was in and out of town in one day, not evening spending the night after he completed filming.
How to Respond to a Suicidal Friend
Follow these three steps to offer immediate, practical help to a loved one who may be considering suicide.