Afghanistan Vows to Crush Islamic State Havens After Attack
Afghanistan's president on Monday vowed to "eliminate" all safe havens of the Islamic State group.
Wildlife Now Roam Where US Once Forged its Deadliest Weapons
An array of animals and habitats flourished at six former weapons complexes — mostly for nuclear and chemical arms.
Illinois Street Pays Tribute to Marine Corporal Killed in Afghanistan
Cpl. Alex Martinez was killed during his second combat deployment in 2012.
Dentist-Soldier Becomes US Citizen After Long Delay by Department of Defense
A U.S. Army specialist from India finally became a citizen on Friday after a long wait.
Islamic State Claims Bombing at Kabul Wedding that Killed 63
The local Islamic State group's affiliate claimed responsibility for what was the deadliest attack in Kabul this year.
New Underwater Memorial Honors Fallen and Living Service Members
The underwater military monument is the first of its kind in the nation.
RAF's Red Arrows Demonstration Team to Buzz New York City
The Air Force Thunderbirds, Navy Blue Angels and F-35s will also put on a show along the Hudson River on Aug. 22.
US Coast Guard Looking for Missing Boaters off Florida Coast
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for two missing boaters who left from a ramp at Port Canaveral, Florida on Friday.
Major Players Shaping Troubled Afghanistan's Future
Saturday night's devastating attack on a wedding in Afghanistan's capital comes amid huge uncertainty about the country's fut...
A Look at the Deadliest Attacks in Afghanistan in Recent Years
Here is a look at some of the deadliest attacks in recent years.
Fifth Airman Death Since May at Shaw AFB Is Third by Suicide, Coroner Says
Base officials were "exploring every possibility to get the answers we need to prevent this from happening again."
Air Force Releases Report Showing It Found No Evidence of Sexual Misconduct by Hyten
Newly released documents detail how the military investigated allegations of sexual assault brought against Gen. Hyten.
Special Forces Team Mechanic Killed in Niger to Be Awarded Silver Star
Sgt. La David Johnson is credited with displaying gallantry in action and killing several enemy fighters.
Eagles Sign Former Army Offensive Lineman Who Received Waiver to Go to NFL
The team announced Friday evening that it had signed offensive lineman Brett Toth to a three-year deal.
Beer Named for Pacific Island Nuke Test Site Draws Criticism
The name is insensitive to people still dealing with the impacts of radiation decades later, islanders said.
Workout of the Week: PT, Weight Mix Warm-up with Run, PT and Swim
Using the pyramid as a warm-up, mixing in upper body exercises is a good way to prepare for higher volume sections of a worko...
7 Training Options for When You Need a Military Fitness Partner
Even if you get a workout completed, having someone to push you and keep you company may increase your workout intensity and...
The Military Lending Act and You
As an active-duty service member, you have legal rights to low-interest loans and protection against pay day lenders, but you...