Throughout the month, military families are honored and recognized for their commitment and contributions in support of our military and nation.
Review Finds 'Sufficient' Evidence Linking Hypertension to Agent Orange Exposure
The finding bolsters the case for veterans with hypertension to be granted easier access to VA benefits.
Trump Says He Should Have Gone to Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day
Although protocols don't call for the president to attend ceremonies at Arlington, it has become a semi-tradition.
USS Sioux City Commissioned in Annapolis in Front of 4,000 People
It's been more than four years since construction began on the USS Sioux City.
Utah Mayor Killed in Afghanistan Had 'Loved Afghan People'
The memorial service capped off several days of events to honor Brent Taylor, who was killed Nov. 3.
North Korea's New 'Tactical' Weapon Test Highlights Military Modernization
Experts say the test was part of an initiative to shift military power from a 1.3 million-strong army to high-tech weapons.
Facing Recruiting Shortfall, Army Brass Hit the Road in Search of New Warriors
The Army is targeting 22 major cities in an attempt to strengthen the service's connection with the American public.
Taliban Hold 'Marathon' Talks with US Envoy in Qatar
The talks are aimed at renewing the Afghan peace process and eventually winding down America's longest war.
2 Veterans Dead After Plane Crashes in Texas, Officials Say
The vintage P-51D Mustang fighter crashed into an apartment complex but no one on the ground was injured.
US Military Chief Says Tech Giants Should Work with Pentagon
Gen. Joseph Dunford has a "hard time" with U.S. tech companies that work with the Chinese but not the U.S. military.
US Navy Hospital Ship Stokes Tensions by Giving Venezuelan Refugees Free Care
Venezuela's ally, China, hastily dispatched its own hospital ship to the country in September, ahead of the U.S. mission.
Air Force Academy Cadet Accused of Cocaine Use Faces Court-martial
Junior cadet and football recruit Ethan Walton faces a maximum sentence of five years for the drug charge.
Fathers of 3 Green Berets Killed in Jordan File Lawsuit Alleging Cover-Up
The fathers of three U.S. troops killed in Jordan compared the deaths of their sons to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
What You Need to Know About the Army Paratrooper Running for President
In the upcoming 2020 election, President Trump may face off against an Army combat veteran who helped vote him into office.
All Military Services Get Failing Grade in First-Ever Audit of Pentagon
SecDef Jim Mattis said the audit identified "multiple material weaknesses" but few savings opportunities.
F-35 Tests Out Tech that Keeps Pilots from Crashing Into the Ground
A technology that can help prevent pilots from colliding with the ground has begun its initial testing on the F-35 JSF.
How to Lose Weight During the Holiday Season
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert, gives his top tips on how to lose weight (or not ga...
Revisiting the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive on 'The Lost Tapes'
The series explores Tet by using contemporary media reports, rare 8mm home footage, audio recordings and never-before-digitiz...
2018 Discounts for Military Family Appreciation Month
Businesses are saluting Military Family Appreciation Month with discounts for vets, service members and their families.