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The Defense Department has been breaking the law since April, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
Adam Matthews was sentenced for his role in the 2017 hazing-related death of a U.S. Army Green Beret in Africa.
A U.S. Navy SEAL pleaded guilty to hazing and assault charges for his role in the 2017 strangulation of a Green Beret.
U.S. Rep. Scott Taylor claimed that Norfolk-based WHRV has been unfairly biased against him.
Some vets say Trump's comments are a betrayal, while others say Trump's relationship with Putin is positive for the U.S.
The USS Gerald R. Ford's stay at Newport News Shipbuilding will address some well-publicized problems.
National Democrats are backing former Navy commander Elaine Luria in her quest to claim the 2nd District on Virginia's coast.
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Thousands of veterans blame their illness on open-air trash burning at bases in Iraq and Afghanistan
Cmdr. David Alexander Morales is the latest Navy official to be charged in a wide-ranging bribery scandal.
Lt. Cmdr. Edward C. Lin is pleading guilty to mishandling classified information and communicating national defense...
Nearly 200 T-45C aircraft will resume flights as early as Monday, after being grounded for more than a week.
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Preparations in Germany follow facility closures at the base in Vicenza, Italy.
A disabled Army veteran has sued the federal government, arguing her employer harassed her for using a service dog at work.
The DHA announced plans to halt care for military retirees, retiree families and active-duty family members at 38 facilities.
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The Army says it does not plan to rename its bases and facilities that were long ago named after Confederate leaders.
The Green Beret received the nation's highest award for valor last October.
Dr. Mark Gebhart 53, was commissioned Wednesday morning into the Army reserves as a lieutenant colonel.
The president will nominate retired Rear Adm. Kenneth Braithwaite to lead the Navy and Marine Corps.
President Trump may not divert $89M intended for a military construction project to build his border wall, a judge ruled.
Authorities said the five men were working at Molson Coors Brewing Co. on Wednesday when they were killed by a co-worker.
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The U.S. Air Force has created a new single-entry program for recruits interested in special warfare careers.
The money for Wurtsmith will nearly double the total spending on PFAS there to date.
Goldfein said the change applies to the third verse of the U.S. Air Force Song, sometimes known as "Wild Blue Yonder."
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The plan to shed thousands from the Marine Corps' ranks won't be the only cut, the service's top general told lawmakers.
The Marine Corps just selected Trijicon Inc. to make the new Squad Common Optic the service plans to start fielding in 2021.
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Thor and Loki, a pair of two-year-old Vizsla-Lab pups, were honored in a special ceremony.
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew used a rescue swimmer to save a person who had fallen through ice near Detroit.
The multi-agency command overseeing the wreck removal hopes to start cutting the ship into sections in May.