Next Top Enlisted Marine Is a Salty Warfighter Who Will Push PME, New Technology
Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black has been selected to serve as the 19th sergeant major of the Marine Corps.
Army Studies Electrical Brain Zaps for Enhancing Soldier Performance
U.S. Army scientists are studying how running electrical current through the brain could enhance soldier performance.
Trump to Speak at Upcoming Air Force Academy Graduation
President Trump will speak at an Air Force Academy commencement May 30, Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.
North Korea Angered over New US Training Event in South Korea
Aircrews and aircraft from the U.S., South Korea and Australia are participating in a new exercise on the Korean Peninsula.
Soldiers and Marines Test the Army's Newest Night-Vision Goggles
The evaluation, which began April 22 and will last until May 3, will include a 36-hour platoon situational training exercise.
Woman Makes Sure Decorated WWII Marine Gets Hero's Farewell
A decorated WWII veteran who died this month with no living relatives is being honored by strangers around the world.
Navy Vet Accused of Threatening Baby, Church on Easter Pleads Not Guilty
A Navy veteran accused of holding a gun to her baby's head and threatening to blow up a church pleaded not guilty.
Military Not Following Own Rules for On-Base Domestic Violence Investigations
The Pentagon's Office of Inspector General released a report showing many investigatory shortcomings across the services.
2nd Cavalry Gives Germany-Based Squadrons Days Off for Not Drinking and Driving
The rewards are part of the regiment's No DUI campaign, which was launched after a rash of alcohol-related incidents.
Defense Funds Being Used for Arizona, New Mexico Border Wall
The barriers are being funded by the Department of Defense following President Trump's emergency declaration in February.
Fort Carson Soldier Dies in Noncombat Incident in Iraq
The Defense Department said Wednesday that 20-year-old Spc. Michael T. Osorio died Tuesday in Taji, Iraq.
DoD Officials Make Case for Keeping the Draft, Women Included
Pentagon officials and national security experts presented a case Wednesday to reform the Selective Service System.
Army's New Promotion System Could Mean Separations for Some Soldiers
The U.S. Army is launching a new merit-based promotion system for enlisted personnel will force out "subpar."
Military Pilots Aren't Getting the Training Needed to Fight, Watchdog Warns
The military's aviation training ranges are leaving pilots operating in the Asia-Pacific ill-prepared, a DoD probe found.
Kadena F-15 Crash Due to Pilot Error that Forced Negative-G Spin
An F-15C Eagle from Kadena Air Base, Japan, crashed last year due to a pilot error.
Telehealth Video Technology Is Helping the VA Reach More Vets
For the first time ever, the VA surpassed more than one million annual video telehealth patient visits last fiscal year.
Ben Affleck Set to Bring World War II's Ghost Army to Screen
The "Ghost Army" used military "special effects" to mislead Germany into deploying its troops in the wrong locations to fight...
10 Unintentionally Hilarious Military Acronyms
Sometimes it’s obvious that the acronym-izer should’ve put more thought into the process and we get some unintentionally hila...
WWII Vet Dr. John C. Carson, One of the Last Doctors to Make House Calls, Dies at 92
Carson served with the U.S. Army Medical Corps at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.