WWI Signal Corps Women Could Be Recognized With Highest Civilian Award
Women essential in connecting troops to allied forces during World War I could receive Congress' highest civilian award.
Voting Absentee: Study Targets Challenges Troops Face
Survey by nonpartisan groups will be shared with Secretaries of States nationwide to improve voter access for absentees
Fort Bragg Soldiers Return from Afghanistan
Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team arrived home from a deployment to Afghanistan.
Jump Policy Update Ensures Paratroopers Maintain Hazardous-Duty Pay
The change will allow paratroopers to keep pay when circumstances out of their control prevent them from performing jumps.
6 Bragg Women Become First in Army to Earn Expert Infantryman Badge
Women quietly broke through barriers when they became the first in the Army to earn the prestigious Expert Infantryman Badge.
Fort Bragg's Wounded Warriors Compete in Warrior Games Trials
This week, 11 of Fort Bragg's wounded warriors and veterans are competing in the local Warrior Games trials.
Airmen Missing in Action to Be Honored in New Memorial
For six days, Maj. Leonard Clark and five other airmen drifted in the Pacific Ocean as the sun beat down on their bruised bod...
Bergdahl's Lawyers Pursue Prosecutor Emails with White House
Lawyers for alleged deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl are pursuing uncensored copies of emails.
Prosecutors Drop Plans to Use Statements Bergdahl Made in Afghanistan
Prosecutors in the Sgt. Bergdahl case said they don't plan to use statements that he allegedly made while he was held captive...
Judge Will Allow Evidence of SEAL's Injuries in Bergdahl Sentencing
Evidence that a soldier and a Navy Seal who were injured on missions to search for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be permitted.
Bergdahl Judge Denies Defense Motion to Dismiss Misbehavior Charge
Lawyers for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl continue to prepare for trial after the judge denied a motion to dismiss the charge of misbeha...
Army Reserve Colonel Charged with Child Abuse
A U.S. Army Reserve colonel is accused of punching his 12-year-old son several times in the face in a restaurant parking lot.
Fort Bragg Soldier Killed in Motorcycle Wreck Memorial Day Weekend
The Fort Bragg soldier killed in a motorcycle wreck Saturday had served with the 82nd Airborne Division for the past three ye...
Soldier Injured in Humvee Crash in Stable Condition
A soldier who was taken to UNC Hospitals after a crash between a Humvee and tractor-trailer on Fort Bragg is in stable condit...
Army Hoping to Entice Doctors to the Battlefield
Army leaders are touting the capabilities of future surgeons to jump from aircraft and perform surgeries in desolate combat z...
Most Popular Military News
For Some Soldiers, New, Tougher Army Fitness Test a Jarring Wake-Up Call
The new Army Combat Fitness Test has eliminated age-specific scoring.
Five Doctors Out at Minneapolis VA Over Bio-pharma Improprieties
VA proposed terminating all five doctors, but each of them opted to resign or retire.
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Army Bases 16th ABCT at Bliss, Making Texas the True Home of Armor
The Army's decision to base its 16th Armored Brigade Combat Team at Ft. Bliss will make the Texas the service's armored fist.
Navy Dissolves Combat Camera Units That Have Documented Sailors for Decades
Navy combat photographers and cameramen have documented every major U.S. conflict since World War I.
Troops May Face Higher Risk of Sex Assault at These Duty Stations
Men and women on Navy ships faced the highest rates of sexual assaults in the military, according to newly released data.
Air Force News
Air Force Couple Investigated for Child's Death
An Air Force couple who reportedly had financial issues is being investigated for the death of their infant son in 2016.
Texas Church Shooting Lawsuits Against Air Force Combined
All federal lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force over a Texas church shooting last year will be consolidated into one case.
Air Force Greenlights T-6 Trainer as Safe to Fly After Recent Crash
The Air Force has cleared its trainer aircraft to resume ops after a "brief pause" following a recent crash of a T-6.
Marine Corps News
3 Marines Killed in Vietnam War to Be Buried at Arlington
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced Friday that the remains of the three men will be buried as a group.
Marine Who Rushed Into Burning Building: We Came to Help Our Neighbors
Capt. Trey Gregory was one of the first 10 Marines to race toward a burning senior facility in Washington, DC, on Wednesday.
Marines Race to Rescue After DC Housing Complex Catches Fire
Marines in Washington, D.C. are being called heroes after sprinting to the aid of senior citizens when their home caught fire...
Coast Guard News
Paddlers Sue Coast Guard over Limited Potomac Access While Trump Golfs
Paddlers are suing the Coast Guard in response to a policy that closes part of the Potomac River when the president golfs.
Coast Guard Academy Officials Say Air Conditioning Caused Mold in Dorms
Mold is growing in several rooms in Chase Hall, the main residence hall on the Coast Guard Academy's campus.
Six Tons of Cocaine Worth $170 Million Arrives at Port Everglades
An estimated 12,000 pounds of cocaine arrived in Fort Lauderdale Monday.