Graves of 30 US Servicemen Found on Pacific WWII Battlefield
The remains are believed to belong to Marines and sailors from the 6th Marine Regiment.
Gabbard Plans Rally after Rocky Presidential Campaign Launch
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard expects to kick off her presidential campaign with a rally in her home state of Hawaii this weekend.
Survivors Gather at Pearl Harbor for Attack Remembrance
About 20 survivors gathered at Pearl Harbor to pay tribute to the thousands of men lost in the Japanese attack 77 years ago.
Hawaii's False Missile Alert Leads to New Recommendations
The report calls for mandating that software vendors include message preview and cancelling features in the alert software.
Hawaii Marker to Honor Hundreds of WWII Prisoners of War
U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Daniel Crowley endured more than three years of slave labor while held prisoner by Japan during W...
Coast Guard Investigating Incident Aboard Hawaii Lava Tour Boat
Hawaii tour boat operators plan to continue taking visitors to see lava, but will follow the Coast Guard's revised policy.
US Military Aims for $1B Missile Defense Radar in Hawaii
The U.S. military wants to install missile defense radar to identify any ballistic missiles that are fired from North Korea.
Sailors Honor Pearl Harbor Survivor During One Last Visit
Ray Emory survived the early morning attack on Pearl Harbor that killed nearly 2,400 servicemen nearly 80 years ago.
Jim Nabors, TV's Favorite Marine, Dies at 87
Nabors, the shy Alabaman whose down-home comedy made him a TV star as Gomer Pyle and whose surprisingly operatic voice kept...
Top Official Resigns after False Missile Alert in Hawaii
Hawaii's emergency management leader resigned and an employee who sent a false alert falsely has been fired.
Hawaii Officials Mistakenly Warn of Inbound Ballistic Missile
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency is trying to determine what caused the false alarm.
Pearl Harbor Survivors Remember Those Killed 76 Years Ago
About 20 survivors attended the event at a grassy looking overlooking harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial.
US General: We'll Fly Where International Rules Allow
The general spoke Friday after hosting a meeting in Hawaii of air force leaders from 17 other countries from around the regio...
Wounded Warrior Project Names Army Vet as New CEO after Scandals
The head of the military agency that searches for and identifies the remains of missing servicemen is resigning after just on...
US Probes Dolphin Death after Navy Uses Sonar
The National Marine Fisheries Service is investigating the death of two dolphins found washed ashore in California shortly af...
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4 Super Hornets Damaged in Carrier Landing Gone Wrong
An E-2D Hawkeye struck two aircraft and sent debris flying into two others in a Class A mishap on the USS Abraham Lincoln.
Navy Relieves Cruiser Antietam's Skipper After 12 Weeks on the Job
Capt. Tadd Gorman was relieved less than three months after he took command.
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Former Air Force and Navy fighter pilots are calling on the military to begin cancer screenings for aviators as young as 30.
Army Announces Winter Deployments to Europe, Afghanistan
Two Army units are headed to Afghanistan amid thinning hopes that the U.S. will reach a peace deal with the Taliban.
Executive Officer of Secretive Navy Submarine Fired Due to Loss of Confidence
He's the fifth Navy senior leader to be fired this month.
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Alaska Paratrooper Dies After Crashing Motorcycle into Guardrail
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First Woman on the Moon Could Be a Soldier
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New CNO Gilday Says He'll Lead Navy 'With a Sense of Urgency'
"We will question our assumptions; we will think differently about the competition we are now in," Gilday said.
Vision and Disaster: The Complex Legacy of CNO Adm. John Richardson
The cerebral former head of Naval Nuclear Propulsion has served through a period of service calamity and upheaval.
Pearl Harbor Destroyer USS Michael Murphy Returns After 92 Days at Sea
It was an eventful 92 days at sea for the destroyer USS Michael Murphy, which returned Monday to Pearl Harbor.
Air Force News
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Tops 30K Employees
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for the first time in decades employs more than 30,000 people.
High Levels of Toxic Chemicals Found in Water at Air Force Academy: Officials
Air Force officials stressed that drinking water at the academy wasn't affected.
Eglin Curtails Run Portion of PT Test After Captain's Death
Capt. Tranay Lashawn Tanner, 29, was transported to the Eglin Hospital on Saturday morning with health complications.
Marine Corps News
Prison Inmates Build Toys for Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots Program
The Toys for Tots initiative occupies a spacious workshop in the programs building on the prison's fenced grounds.
US Marine Charged with Kidnapping 16-Year-Old Girl
A Marine reservist has been charged with felony kidnapping, stalking and criminal confinement.
Color Sergeant of the Marine Corps Warned After Burning Troops with Lighter
Sgt. Francis Frazier was cleared of hazing allegations but got a non-punitive letter of caution for poor leadership.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Suspends Search for Firefighters Who Went Missing While Boating
The search for two firefighters who went missing while fishing off the coast of Cape Canaveral was suspended.
Trial Date Set for Coast Guard Officer Who Allegedly Maintained 'Hit List'
Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson faces weapons and drug charges.
Coast Guardsman Charged with Domestic Battery
A member of the U.S. Coast Guard is charged with assaulting his wife, according to a report.