Navy Stands Up 1st CMV-22B Squadron
The Titans of Fleet Logistics Multimission Squadron 30 (VRM-30) will field the Navy's version of the V-22 Osprey.
Couple from Kings Bay Submarine Base Charged with Cruelty to Children
Jonathan Xavier Harrell and his wife Latoya Denise Harrell were charged with cruelty to children in the first degree.
Retired Marine Colonel Is 5th Vet Suicide at Bay Pines VA Campus Since 2013
Retired Marine Col. Jim Turner's death marked the fifth time since 2013 that a veteran has taken his life at Bay Pines.
Leaders Start Shutdown Talks after Trump Eases Wall Threat
The Senate's top leaders began negotiating after the White House indicated it does not want a shutdown over the wall.
Martha McSally, 1st Female Combat Pilot, Named to McCain Senate Seat
Rep. Martha McSally was named to replace U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl in the U.S. Senate seat that belonged to Sen. John McCain.
GAO: Navy Training, Certification Improve But 100-Hour Workweeks Continue
Navy ship crews in Japan have seen a drastic improvement in training certification numbers.
Japan to Spend More on Defense, Refit First Aircraft Carrier
Japan plans its first aircraft carrier and big increases in defense spending and weapons capability in the coming years.
First Female Enlisted Soldier Graduates from Sapper School
Sgt. Hailey Falk graduated from the 28-day combat engineer leadership course and received her Sapper tab on Dec. 7.
Santa Gearing Up to Travel at Speed of Starlight with NORAD's Help
The U.S. military's satellites and sensors will be safeguarding Santa on Christmas Eve.
Police: Man Charged with Theft from Toys for Tots Charity Drive
A man accused of stealing toys from a U.S. Marine Corps Reserves' Toys for Tots charity drive has been charged with theft.
Richard Overton, Oldest WWII Vet, Hospitalized with Pneumonia, Family Says
Richard Overton has been hospitalized with pneumonia for the second time this year, according to family.
US Envoy Dismisses Russia's Warnings of Ukraine Attack
Kurt Volker, the U.S. special envoy on Ukraine, told reporters Monday that he is not expecting Ukraine to launch any attacks.
Trump's Supportive Tweet of Former Green Beret Might Derail Murder Case: Expert
The president's support for Maj. Matt Golsteyn stems from charges over the death of an Afghan native.
Vet Group Demands White House, VA Reject Benefits Cuts for Disabled, Unemployed Vets
A cost-saving proposal that sparked backlash from vets in 2017 has resurfaced in a new Congressional Budget Office report.
US-Backed Force Claims Control of Last ISIS-Held Town in Syria
The advance on Hajin was backed by stepped-up U.S. airstrikes and cross-border artillery fire from a firebase in Iraq.
Find Your New 2019 BAH Rate
Many active-duty troops will see their Basic Allowance for Housing rise in their 2019 paychecks.
10 Tanks That Changed the History of Armored Warfare
These tanks either completely destroyed their enemies or introduced new design features that gave them the edge in combat.
This Air Force Veteran Has Been Volunteering for 53 Years
First she volunteered to serve in the Air Force. Then she got out, and just kept on volunteering.
Louis Zamperini’s ‘Path to Redemption’
Christianity helped the famous POW handle his PTSD.