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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Air Force Admits Nearly 2,000 Airmen Under Medical Waiver Policy
New recruits and officer candidates previously diagnosed with ADHD, asthma and eczema are now serving.
Retired Army General Arrested, Indicted on Child Rape, Incest Charges
Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene faces civilian charges after the Army was forced to drop them due to the statute of limitations.
Navy SEAL Sues Roche over Malaria Drug, Claiming it Left Him Permanently Disabled
A former Navy SEAL has filed a lawsuit against the company that makes the anti-malarial drug Lariam, or mefloquine.
Melania Trump Makes First Lady History with Ride in Osprey
Melania Trump made history Wednesday by flying in a V-22 Osprey aircraft and onto the deck of an aircraft carrier.
Survey: Nearly 40 Percent of Active-Duty Women Report Fertility Problems
A Service Women's Action Network report finds a third of female veterans also face infertility.
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Soldier Killed at COP Keating Receives Distinguished Service Cross
Army Staff Sgt. Justin Gallegos was posthumously upgraded to the Distinguished Service Cross Dec. 15.
Georgia Guardsmen Get Training to Counter Afghanistan Insider Threats
The training -- continuously revised in response to events overseas -- emphasizes security, vigilance and marksmanship.
Fort Bragg Soldier Receives Soldier's Medal for Heroism
Sgt. 1st Class Erik Kingsley rescued a driver from his burning car -- just before it exploded.
Retired Admiral Was a 'Top Shelf' Friend to 'Fat Leonard,' Navy Says
Retired Rear Admiral Mark C. Montgomery was also nominated by President Trump last June for an administrative position.
Mayport Navy Lieutenant Guilty of Seeking Sex Online with Child
Navy Lt. Michael Douglas McNeil, 31, was arrested after contacting an undercover officer via social media.
Steps Taken to Address Walter Reed Shooting Alert Error
Warning messages were inadvertently sent to nearly 4,000 people on Nov. 27 over an emergency alert system.
Air Force News
Blood Tests Link High Levels of Toxic Chemicals to Airbase Contaminants
The study surveyed 220 people and gave thousands of other residents their first hint at what could be in their blood.
Pentagon to Bill Saudi Arabia, UAE $331 Million for Fuel and Flight Hours
The U.S. will seek reimbursement for $331 million from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Air Force Lifts Temporary Pause on Humanitarian Assistance Program at Tyndall
Base officials are now processing requests for permanent change-of-station moves.
Marine Corps News
Conditions Improving for a US Return to Libya, Marine Commander Says
Col. Adam Chalkley said he spent much of his time on a deployment helping to ensure there would be no repeat of Benghazi.
Marine Corps Says $3.6 Billion for Storm Repairs at Camp Lejeune
Marine leaders are saying it will cost around $3.6 billion to repair the damage to Camp Lejeune caused by Hurricane Florence.
Japan Begins Reclamation at Disputed US Base Despite Protest
Japan's central government started main reclamation work at a disputed U.S. military base relocation site.
Coast Guard News
Lawmakers Press Coast Guard Commandant on Bias Allegations at Academy
The meeting was called to address a recent Inspector General report.
Icebreaker Or Border Wall? House Action Jeopardizes Coast Guard Ship Funding
The Coast Guard commandant says he would press to get funding back for a new icebreaker.
Coast Guard Intercepts 11 Migrants, 2 Suspected Smugglers near Miami
The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Robert Yered captured 11 migrants and two suspected smugglers aboard an unlit vessel.