Fort Bragg Sergeant Killed in 'Freak Accident' While Skydiving
The victim has been identified as Justin Goff of Florida. He was an experienced skydiver.
The Untold Story of the Men Who Died on the USS Saturn in WWII
Through the record of the hearing, a memoir of a survivor and newspaper accounts, the story now is being told.
Firefighters Honor Marine Killed in Afghanistan
A police-escorted funeral procession carrying the remains of Staff Sgt. Christopher Slutman left Dover Air Force Base Monday.
Marine Vet, Former Iran Hostage Billy Gallegos Honored for FBI Service
Gallegos spent 444 days captive to terrorists and a good portion of his career hunting those who spread terror.
Coast Guard Service Members Face Drug Charges in Alaska
The Coast Guard says 31 service members have faced punishment as a result of the ongoing investigation.
Remains of WWII Soldier Identified 76 Years After Going MIA
Skeletal remains recovered two years ago on the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific are those of Pfc. Dale W. Ross.
German, US Military Police Oversee Boy's Rescue from Shaft
Police say they have rescued a 17-month-old boy three hours after he fell into a three-meter shaft in western Germany.
Despite Noise Complaints, the 'Sounds of Freedom' Will Continue at Quantico
There are live-fire ranges that support small arms training, explosive demolitions, artillery fire and sniper training.
Army to Host Drone Fly-Off to Showcase Student Designs
The U.S. Army will host a drone fly-off event at the University of Texas at El Paso as part of a student design competition.
Cancer Survivor Finally a Marine After 956 Days as a Recruit
Earlier this year, Eudy was found fit for duty and he returned to Parris Island as a recruit to finish his training.
The Air Force Hasn't Bought an F-15 in 15 Years. Boeing Is Preparing Just in Case
It's been 15 years since Boeing's north St. Louis County plant churned out an F-15 fighter plane for the Air Force.
Utah Man Pushes for Census to Include Veterans Question
The former head of the Utah VA is pushing for the U.S. census to include a question about veterans next year.
Army Reopens Case of 2007 Murder-Suicide That Was Originally Called 'Friendly Fire'
In the nearly 12 years since Kamisha Block's death, the family has worked with their elected officials to get more info.
Removing Spouse Career Barriers: Libby Jamison
It isn't enough for Navy spouse and attorney Libby Jamison to just solve her own career problems.
Is Your Old IRA Gathering Dust?
A yearly checkup may be in order.
How to Build Mental Toughness
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL and Military.com's tactical fitness expert details how you can improve your mental toughness to achieve...
How to Decode Civilian Language for a Successful Transition
Lida Citroen, Military.com's veteran employment expert details how you can decode civilian language in the workplace.