Retired General to Run for New Hampshire Senate Seat
Retired Brig. General Don Bolduc made the announcement with an event in Concord, the state capital
New US Sanctions Target Iran's Supreme Leader, Military Brass
President Donald Trump slapped the sanctions on Tehran for what he described as its "aggressive behavior."
Military Woman Who Became Citizen at White House Slain with Her 2 Kids
A U.S. military member who became an citizen during a 2012 White House ceremony has been slain along with her two toddlers.
When DODEA Investigates Teachers for Bullying, Parents Say They’re in the Dark
Parents and former school employees described disturbing behavior involving teachers at three DODEA schools in Europe.
Inside Project Metropolis: Marines Prepare to Wage Big-City Battles
The four-year effort, known as Project Metropolis, is being led by the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory in Quantico.
2 German Fighter Jets Collide During Training Mission
Two German fighter jets collided during a training mission, but it appears the pilots were able to eject.
Bill Would Require Spanish Translations on All VA Fact Sheets
"Help is only available at the VA if you understand English," Rep. Mark Takano said.
North Korea Says Kim Jong Un Received 'Excellent' Letter from Trump
The White House press secretary said Trump sent a letter and "correspondence between the two leaders has been ongoing."
Retired Navy Admiral Joe Sestak Launches Presidential Campaign
The retired Navy admiral who calls himself "Admiral Joe" on his campaign website joins a crowded Democratic field.
Fellow SEALs Say Chief Shot Girl and Old Man
The defense says neither witness saw Gallagher fire the shots.
US, Taliban to Hold More Talks on Ending War
The two sides will start their seventh round of talks on June 29.
Key West-Based Coast Guard Crew Returns Home After Seizing More Than 18,000 Pounds of Drugs
The crew of the USCG Cutter Mohawk, with the help of partner agencies, were able to seize more than 16,500 pounds of cocaine.
Online Program is Helping Military Members and Spouses Get Law Degrees
Troops and military spouses are pursuing law degrees online.
Iran Makes Show of Drone Wreckage After Trump Calls Off Retaliatory Strike
Iran made a trophy show Friday of purported wreckage from a downed U.S. drone.
WWII Veteran Takes to the Air Again to Honor His Late Wife
A World War II veteran mourning his wife of 73 years has honored her memory with a flight in a plane like he once flew over F...
WWII Vet, Rock and Roll Pioneer Dave Bartholomew Dies at 100
Bartholomew developed his writing and arranging skills while serving with the 196th Army Ground Forces Band during World War...
Parental Advice for Teens Who Want to Join the Military
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert, doles out sound advice to parents who have children...
Specially Adapted Housing Program Must Expand to Meet Disabled Vets' Needs
When service members are injured in training or wounded on the battlefield, they often face unique challenges in recovering.