Air Force Creates Board to Review 'Active Shooter' Reaction
An Air Force base is creating a board to review a chaotic "active shooter" reaction that occurred at Wright-Patterson.
Taliban Overrun Afghan Army Base, Kill 17 Troops
The Taliban overran a base in Afghanistan, killing 17 soldiers while Afghan forces battled the insurgents for a fifth day.
US Defense Secretary Mattis Pitches Closer US-Brazil Ties
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis made a pitch on Tuesday to Brazil for building a closer defense partnership with the U.S.
Crash Outside Parliament in London Treated as Terrorism
A car plowed into pedestrians and cyclists near the Houses of Parliament in London during the morning rush hour Tuesday.
UN Report: Up to 30,000 Islamic State Members in Iraq, Syria
The Islamic State extremist group has up to 30,000 members roughly equally distributed between Syria and Iraq.
VA Shuffles Leadership; Former Acting Secretary Retained as Senior Adviser
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, sworn into the job two weeks ago, listed several changes he's made to his leadership team.
Under New Law, Military Kids Get Sex Assault Protections
Students in Pentagon-run schools now get the same legal protections as their counterparts in U.S. public schools.
Marine Grunts on 1st-Ever Female Infantry Leader: 'She's One of Us'
The first woman to graduate from the Marine Corps' Infantry Officer Course is now leading a platoon of male grunts.
Army Special Forces Soldier Dies After IED Blast in Afghanistan
A Washington-based Special Forces soldier has died from wounds caused by an improvised explosive device.
Religious Website Triggers Complaint Against Air Force General
A group of U.S. Air Force personnel and civilian employees are calling for a probe into the commander of Edwards AFB.
WWII Remains Come Home, Brothers Get to Pay Last Respects
Dominic Ragucci believed the remains of his brother Emil had been swept out to sea during a World War II battle.
Iran's Top Leader Says No War or Talks with US
Iran's supreme leader said Monday that his country will neither go to war nor enter into negotiations with the United States.
120 Afghan Forces, Civilians Killed in Battle with Taliban
The numbers provided by Gen. Tareq Shah Bahrami were the first official casualty toll since the Taliban launched an assault.
Pentagon Chief Mattis Defends His Reversal on Space Force
Jim Mattis said he is satisfied that creating a Space Force is the right way to reorganize the Pentagon's approach to space.
The Corps' Most Jacked Marines Can Soon Get a Trophy From the Commandant
A service-wide message will soon announce the new fitness prizes, with the first ones being handed out in 2019.
David Boreanaz Talks Getting the Balance Right on 'SEAL Team'
The show found the right balance between mission and family, nailing the action and giving insight into personal struggles.
VA Implements More 'Forever GI Bill' Benefit Provisions
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented 15 more provisions of the Harry W. Colmery Educational Assistance Act of...
Massachusetts World War I Monument Gets National Recognition
The Veterans War Memorial Tower on Mount Greylock has been honored by the 100 Cities/100 Memorials program.
94-Year-Old Who Taught Herself How to Fly Receives Medal
Mary Pat Shely was given a Congressional Gold Medal for her service in the Civil Air Patrol during World War II.