Veterans Court May Be Collateral Damage in Immigration Fight
The Veterans Treatment Court in Eugene, Oregon and 40 other specialty courts risk losing all or part of their budgets.
Unique Firefighting Crew Has Common Trait: Military Service
A firefight isn't like fighting a fire, but both of them "can go favorable to unfavorable very quickly," says one veteran.
National Guard Troops Search for More Wildfire Victims
National Guard troops searched Wednesday through charred debris for more victims of California's deadliest wildfire.
Rescuers Search for Crashed Plane in Alaska National Park
Rescuers aboard a military aircraft were attempting to find a sightseeing plane that crashed a day earlier in Alaska.
Father of Army Vet Shot at Oregon VA Clinic Feels Betrayed
The father of a veteran with PTSD who was shot at a clinic in Oregon blames Veterans Affairs for letting down his son.
Army Vet Shot by Police at VA Clinic Faces Charges
Gilbert "Matt" Negrete allegedly displayed a knife Thursday after arriving at the clinic in White City, Oregon.
Man Shot at Oregon Veterans Clinic During Altercation
The man was flown to a hospital after the shooting in the southwestern community of White City, Oregon.
China, US Disaster Drills Show a Shared Goal: Saving Lives
It was the first time in the United States for most of the Chinese soldiers, who wore red flag shoulder patches on their unif...
Veterans Day Marked with Parades, Somber Ceremonies
In parks, war memorials, and on streets across the United States, people gathered to thank America's veterans.
Civil War Vet's Ashes Are on Motorcycle Ride across America
Oregon State Hospital officials handed over Williams' ashes to motorcycle-riding vets for a journey across the country.
Review: Thriller by Ex-CIA Man Is Full of Action and Twists
Mark Henshaw's "The Fall of Moscow Station" is a thriller that deftly describes the wilderness of mirrors in the world of spy...
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After just over a year of delays, the Sikorsky-Boeing SB>1 Defiant helicopter has completed its first test flight.
Army Scaling Back Recruiting Goals After Missing Target, Under Secretary Says
The service significantly lowered its recruiting goals after missing last year's recruiting target by about 6,000 soldiers.
Navy Says it Has Made Almost All Changes Recommended After Deadly Collisions
Of the 117 changes recommended, 91 were put in place, according to a Feb. 25 memorandum to Congress by Adm. William Moran.
New Navy Destroyer To Be Named After Medal of Honor Recipient
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Air Force News
Air Force Chief of Staff: To Our Adversaries, It Sucks to Be You
Gen. David Goldfein congratulated Air Force Institute of Technology graduates.
Pentagon Buying F-15EX Alongside F-35s to Preserve Diversity, Official Says
An F-16 jet would mean another Lockheed fighter, and the DoD wants to maintain a balance between the two large companies.
Repairs to Tyndall, Offutt May Delay Funding for Air Force Base Upgrades
Unforeseen storms that have slammed two Air Force bases in six months may force the service to dip into next year's budget.
Marine Corps News
Marine Raiders Fire Back After Call to Disband MARSOC
Dissolving MARSOC would be a huge blow.
Marine Commandant Personally Invites MARSOC Trailblazer to Become an Officer
Neller has called on Marine leaders to help the service retain its top talent throughout his time as commandant.
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The Marine Corps is updating the portable forensics lab kit with new technology for identifying potential enemy suspects.
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Coast Guard Eyes Changes to Physical Standards, Tattoo Policy to Retain Troops
The service plans to release results of a study on retaining female service members next week.
Coast Guard Still Grappling With 'Hangover Effect' from Government Shutdown
The service must tackle a $1.7 billion maintenance backlog, Adm. Karl Schultz said.
Coast Guard Cutter Keeps Eye on North Korea During Patrol of East China Sea
Coast Guard cutter Bertholf completed a patrol of the East China Sea earlier this month.