Pentagon Says 2 Military Bases to House Immigrants
The Pentagon is preparing to build temporary camps for immigrants at two military bases, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said.
Russia Says Evidence of Syria Chemical Attacks Was Faked
Russia said the U.S. has relied on fabricated evidence to accuse the Syrian government of launching chemical attacks.
West Point Superintendent Calls It a Career After 43 Years in the Army
Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen Jr. said goodbye to West Point and the Army on Friday.
Alaska City Honors Guardsmen Killed in Crash after '64 Quake
The four Alaska National Guardsmen were killed when their plane crashed during a heavy snowstorm.
GAO: Military Must Learn Why Pilots Leave for Commercial Airlines
The GAO found that the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps don't track how many pilots leave the military for the airlines.
Mattis to Visit China as Taiwan, S. China Sea Tensions Rise
Mattis' mission comes at a difficult time, as the Trump administration is set to start taxing $34 billion in Chinese goods.
Plane in Holloman Crash Part of Air Force Light Attack Experiment
Flights in support of the experiment were called off for the day following the crash.
US Prepares for North Korea's Return of American War Remains
North Korea agreed to send home U.S. war remains during the June 12 summit meeting in Singapore.
Mattis Makes It Official: No More Military Exercises With South Korea
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis announced Friday that he was suspending all major military exercises with the South Koreans.
France, Belgium Seek UNESCO Recognition for WWI Memorials
More than 2 million men are buried in military cemeteries that stretch from the Belgian coast to the Swiss border.
Air Force Reserve Command Surgeon Fired for Job Performance
The top command surgeon in Air Force Reserve Command, Col. Markus Gmehlin, has been removed from his post.
Marines in Afghanistan Will Get Assist From MQ-9 Reaper Drones
Reapers would allow the Marines to operate more independently rather than depending on other units for force from the air.
SpaceX Gets $130 Million Air Force Rocket Launch Contract
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rockets have been given the green light to carry the U.S. Air Force's national security satellites
Suspect in NYC Bike Path Killings Defends ISIS in Court
Accused killer Sayfullo Saipov had requested earlier that an ISIS flag be displayed in his hospital room.
Trump Says North Korea Has Returned Remains Of MIA Troops. Is it True?
President Donald Trump said the repatriation MIA remains from the Korean War has begun.
National Guard Spouses Share Worries With Vice President's Wife
Karen Pence is meeting with military spouses across the U.S.
OpSec Professional Dispels Myths About Careers in the Security Field
Nina Markowitz, Opsec/Persec expert for VICE, dishes on why you should consider a career in security.
New VA Policy to Protect Veterans from Predatory Lending
Are you getting ‘Refinance Now!’ mailers? VA has new rules to protect you from the bad guys
Quadruplets (Plus Their Brother) All Set to Join Military After Graduation
Each of the Lees' quadruplets is already in or joining the U.S. Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Air National Guard.