The Pentagon Must Do More to Attract and Keep Good Dentists and Doctors, GAO Finds
A GAO report also found that DoD wages for all physician specialties are below median private-sector wages.
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting Attack Asks for Leniency
Hasson, 50, has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges and is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 31.
3 Sailors from USS Eisenhower Charged in Connection with Holiday Party Fight
Three sailors from the Eisenhower have been charged in connection with the Dec. 17 brawl at a holiday party in Norfolk.
LWRC International Finally Makes Elusive .45 Carbine Available to the Public
LWRC International demonstrated its long-awaited .45-caliber carbine Monday at the range day portion of SHOT Show 2020.
Two More Aircraft Carriers to Bring Boost of Almost $2 Billion to San Diego in 2020
San Diego is poised to become the home port of three Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carriers in 2020.
US Military Claimed 'Success' in Hacking ISIS: Documents
The U.S. military claims to have "successfully" disrupted the online propaganda efforts of ISIS in a hacking operation.
Colt's Legendary Python Six-Shooter Is Back and Even Better
Colt Manufacturing Company LLC showed off the reintroduction of its .357 Magnum Python revolver at SHOT Show 2020.
Wisconsin Department of Justice to Review National Guard Sexual Assault Investigations
The Wisconsin Guard's top commander, Adj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, resigned at Gov. Tony Evers' request.
US Sends Warship Through Taiwan Strait Days After Island Reelects Separatist Leader
The Yokosuka-based guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh sailed through the strait on Thursday.
Japan's Leader Vows to Boost Nation's Role in US Alliance
Shinzo Abe pledged to bolster his country's role under its pact with the U.S. in “outer space and cyberspace.”
Joint Syria Raid Killed ISIS Oil Official who Financed Sleeper Cells
The ISIS official known by the pseudonym Abu al-Ward al-Iraqi was killed along with another militant.
US Space Command Has Passed First Combat Test, Officials Say
Early warning capabilities helped protect U.S. troops on the ground.
Air Force Captain who Fled Court-Martial Hearing Found Dead
Capt. Kevin Larson did not appear for a court-martial hearing at Nellis Air Force Base.
Iran Acknowledges Russian-Made Missiles Targeted Ukraine Jet
For days after the Jan. 8 shootdown, Iran denied that it fired missiles at the plane.
The President's Actions Threatened US Troops, Veteran on Impeachment Team Argues
The only veteran among the House impeachment managers cited his oath to defend the Constitution.