Afghanistan War Veteran Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro on Prosthetic Legs
Adam Keys said the climb took six days, but he trained for six months to prepare his body.
Widower Takes Ban on Military Injury Claims to Supreme Court
The 68-year-old Feres doctrine prohibits active-duty service members from suing the federal government for injuries.
6 EOD Soldiers Awarded 11 Medals for Actions in Afghanistan
There's no shortage of combat experience among the EOD soldiers in Fort Bragg's 28th Ordnance Company.
Northern Command Ramps Up Efforts in Hurricane's Wake
Troops from several states are clearing roads and plucking stranded civilians from wreckage left by Hurricane Michael.
In Afghanistan, He Was an MP. In Charlotte, He's a Convicted Pimp.
The former Army Reservist was convicted of running a sex-trafficking ring that preyed on young, drug-addicted women.
F-22s Left Behind at Tyndall During Hurricane Likely Damaged: Air Force
Aircraft were left behind in hangars due to maintenance or safety reasons, and all of those hangars have been damaged.
Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Army Captain Near Downtown Colorado Springs
Police believe the suspect was high on methamphetamines at the time of the murder, according to an arrest affidavit.
100 Percent of Tyndall Housing Unlivable After Hurricane Slams Base
About 600 military families must find alternative housing until repairs can be made at the base.
$87M Worth of Cocaine Seized by 52-year-old Coast Guard Cutter: Reports
The Coast Guard cutter Active was commissioned in 1966 -- three years before Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the Moon.
Pentagon Suspends All F-35 Operations After South Carolina Crash
The Pentagon has grounded all service variants of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter weeks after an F-35B crashed.
US Envoy for Afghan Peace Returns to Kabul as Latest Bombing Kills 14
Last week, the Taliban demanded a complete withdrawal of foreign forces as the only solution to end Afghanistan's war.
Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber's Lawyers
The court also ruled that the chief defense counsel did not have the authority to let civilian lawyers quit the case.
Abe Renews Pledge to Change Japan's Constitution to Boost Troops
Opponents say a revision is unnecessary because the constitutionality of Japan's self-defense force is no longer an issue.
More Marines Could Be Headed to Schoolhouse to Train Foreign Troops
The Marine Corps is going to double the size of a schoolhouse where leathernecks learn cultural and language skills.
A Look at US-Saudi Weapons at Issue in Missing Writer Case
Although Saudi Arabia has signed off on $14.5 billion in weapons procurement, prospective future sales could be affected.
How Service Members and Veterans Can See 'First Man' for Free
"First Man" is an awesome depiction of the dangers and accomplishments of the United States space program.
JFK Library Foundation Launches Podcast About President
The inaugural podcast tells about the future president's service during World War II.
Hit the Ski Slopes with Military Discounts
Before you book your next ski getaway, check out the great military discounts you can use for all your skiing needs.
'Skyscraper': Dwayne Johnson Aims to Make His Own 'Die Hard'
"Skyscraper" is definitely sly in the style of those '90s action flicks that everyone here must've loved when they were kids.