Mattis Warns Against War with Iran in First Public Remarks Since Leaving Office
Mattis emphasized diplomacy and cooperation as critical to beating back the tide of radical terrorism around the world.
'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh to Be Released
Conditions imposed on Lindh's release make clear that authorities remain concerned about the threat he could pose once free.
Coast Guard Cutter Captain Temporarily Relieved After Fatal Accident
The Coast Guard has temporarily relieved the commander of cutter Hickory after a member was killed in a crane accident.
SEAL's Lawyer Wants Prosecutor, Judge Booted Off Murder Case
Republican congressmen have championed Gallagher's cause, claiming he's an innocent war hero being unfairly prosecuted.
Alabama National Guardsman Charged in RV Park Shooting
On Tuesday, Alabama National Guard member Grady Wayne Wilkes appeared in court in handcuffs for an initial hearing.
Virginia Town Remembers the High Price Paid on D-Day
Marguerite Cottrell remembers the summer day 75 years ago when a Western Union telegram was delivered to her family farm.
FN's Fire Control System May Offer Glimpse at Army's Next-Gen Weapon Tech
The FN Mk3 Fire Control Unit is designed to give operators a sighting and aiming solution for 40mm grenade launchers.
Trump Taps Former Diplomat as Next Air Force Secretary
Barbara Barrett, a former diplomat and businesswoman, is the president's pick to be the service's 25th secretary.
Military's Big Middle East Response Made Iranians 'Recalculate,' Shanahan Says
Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan defended the Pentagon's move to carry out a joint show of force in the Persian Gulf.
Injured Soldiers May Not Have to Take the Army's New Fitness Test
Soldiers with permanent profiles who are unable to complete the new ACFT may be allowed to take an alternate fitness test.
In a First, US Brigadier General Named Deputy Commander of French Armored Unit
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley announced the assignment following the approval of the exchange last month.
Trump Pardoning Troops Could Bring Military Discipline Problems, Experts Say
If the commander in chief gives a pass to troops who've been accused of war crimes, experts warn it could disrupt discipline.
F-22s Intercept Russian Bombers, Fighter Jets Off Coast of Alaska
U.S. F-22 Raptors intercepted four Russian bombers and a pair of Su-35 Flanker-E fighter aircraft off the coast of Alaska.
Marine Pilot Released from Hospital After Ejecting from Harrier
The Marine Corps pilot who ejected from his jump jet before it crashed in North Carolina was released with no injuries.
Lawmakers Seek to Slow DoD's Efforts to Slash Medical Billets, Outsource Moves
The House Appropriations Committee passed the fiscal 2020 Defense Appropriations bill 30 to 22.
In 'Happy Ending' for Family, Marine's Medal of Honor Returns Home to Minnesota
The medal was awarded to Maj. Henry Courtney Jr. for his actions on the bloody slopes of Okinawa's Sugar Loaf Hill.
A Visit with Gary Sinise: Memorial Day, Lt. Dan and Why He's a Grateful American
Sinise spoke to us about his experiences with the National Memorial Day Concert, "Forrest Gump" and his memoir "Grateful Amer...
7 Transition Secrets from a Marine Combat Vet Turned Chief Marketing Officer
Here's how this combat veteran went from the battlefield to the boardroom and how vets can tackle their transition like a mis...
VA's Medical Foster Home Program Offers an Alternative to a Nursing Home
The program offers individualized care in a home setting.