Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com.
VA Secretary David Shulkin publicly apologized for a botched surgery that left a scalpel inside an Army veteran.
A U.S. Navy destroyer damaged in a June collision that killed seven sailors is expected to arrive at a Mississippi shipyard.
The House has passed a temporary government-wide funding bill that would avert a government shutdown.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will unveil the National Defense Strategy on Friday.
Sigonella is positioned close to Libya and Niger, and that's where the unit has been spending the majority of its time.
A clinic on Joint Base Andrews has found a weapon to sniff out military members dealing with extreme stress.
The astonishing error and dismal response has prompted both state and federal investigations.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford says troops are frustrated by the budget impasse.
Human error is to blame for a Marine Corps F/A-18C Hornet that skidded along a ditch and then burst into flames.
The Navy's decision to charge five officers with negligent homicide marks a rare legal move.
The deceased is Pfc. Ethan Barclay-Weberpal, a spokesman for U.S. Marine Corps Training Command at Camp Pendleton confirmed.
Gen. Mark Milley said future combat vehicles and helicopters will need to serve in both manned and unmanned roles.
The US military wants to develop a new type of low-yield weapon that experts worry could lead to greater proliferation.
Sailors can expect more promotions and bonuses as the service starts growing again, according to the Navy's personnel chief.
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