Why Is Guantanamo Seeking a Wheelchair-Accessible Three-Cell Compound?
Camp Echo has what Pentagon officials describe as "legacy issues."
Pentagon Shipping Jumbo Cell to Guantanamo Court for al-Qaida Trial from Bed
The Camp Justice sleepover plan represents a reversal in Guantanamo detention center policy.
New USS Cole Case Judge Quitting Military to Join Immigration Court
A military judge who was supposed to preside in the case has found a job in an immigration court, the second judge to do so.
War Court Judge Pursued Immigration Job While Presiding over USS Cole Case
Air Force Col. Vance Spath was presiding in the USS Cole tribunal and was looking for a way out.
At Gitmo 9/11 Trial, Prosecutor Gives Lurid Details of CIA Prisons
A Sept. 11 trial prosecutor on Thursday read aloud ghastly descriptions of what the CIA did to its prisoners.
9/11 Trial Lawyers Find Mold in Top-secret Offices: Could it Snarl Gitmo Hearings?
Defense lawyers in the 9/11 case arrived at Guantanamo to find a mold infestation in their top-secret work spaces.
Alleged al-Qaida Commander Taken by Ambulance from Guantanamo War Court
An alleged al-Qaida commander recovering from five spine surgeries at Guantanamo made it to court and lasted just 30 minutes.
2 Guantanamo Detainees Refused to Leave, Now They're Stuck, Commander Says
Two detainees at the Guantanamo prison who were cleared for release during the Obama administration refused to cooperate.
Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber's Lawyers
The court also ruled that the chief defense counsel did not have the authority to let civilian lawyers quit the case.
Alleged al-Qaida War Criminal Recovering from Surgery Stalls Gitmo Hearing
An Iraqi captive held at Guantanamo failed to show up at a hearing, stalling progress toward the war crimes trial.
New 9/11 Trial Judge May Preside Less Than a Year
The 9/11 case's long-serving trial judge announced his retirement and assigned Marine Col. Keith Parrella to take over.
Mattis to Send US Navy Hospital Ship to Aid Venezuelan Migrants
The move to treat refugees overwhelming the Colombian medical system is the first U.S. military foray into the crisis.
New Air Force Colonel to Preside in Guantanamo's Stalled USS Cole Case
A new judge has been assigned to preside at Guantanamo's stalled trial of a Saudi man.
Behind Closed Doors, Gitmo Secret Court Talks about CIA, Torture, Rights
Details emerged from a review of partially declassified transcripts of Guantanamo's secret death-penalty case sessions.
Frustrated USS Cole Case Judge Retiring from Military Service
The military judge who ordered a Marine general to serve 21 days confinement in a Guantanamo trailer park is retiring.
Most Popular Military News
The Air Force Just Dropped 80,000 Pounds of Bombs on Island 'Infested' with ISIS Fighters
The U.S.-led international coalition said it targeted ISIS militants on the island, located in the Salah ad Din Province.
Ammo Firm Unveils 6.8mm Cartridge for Army’s Next-Gen Squad Weapon
A Texas-based ammunition company recently unveiled its new 6.8mm cartridge.
Acquitted Navy SEAL Sues Ex-Lawyers, Legal Nonprofit
The lawsuit filed in Texas by Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Gallagher claims his case was not defended properly.
With B-1 Aging and B-21 Still Years Out, Air Force May Soon Have No Go-To Bomber
The U.S. is the only allied country that still flies bombers.
A Navy Carrier Strike Group Is Deploying Without Its Broken-Down Aircraft Carrier
Ships from the Harry S. Truman Strike Group are deploying from this week, but one thing is missing -- the Truman.
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December Trial for Former Green Beret Accused of Killing Bomb-Maker
A former U.S. Army commando will face a trial in December on allegations that he murdered a bomb-maker in Afghanistan.
Navy 3-Star Says Rust on Ships Is Not Driving Up Maintenance Costs
Retired officers and experts have been sounding off on the state of the Navy's fleet after photos have shown rust buildup.
Anchor Away: USS George Washington Gets a 32-Ton Gift from the Big E
The former USS Enterprise was decommissioned in 2017, yet it will serve the nation for years to come -- piece by piece.
Navy Couple Gets $11.5M Settlement over Guam Hospital Birth
A federal judge approved the monetary settlement to help the parents care for their child, who suffers severe brain damage.
Air Force News
Lockheed, Aerojet Rocketdyne Working on a Mach 5 Cruise Missile
The arms race in hypersonics has become a major concern for the Air Force.
Air Force Ad Campaign Will Leverage Space Force Buzz to Drive Recruitment
The Air Force is already crafting a marketing campaign that leverages space to boost recruiting.
Air Force Names New Trainer Jet the T-7A Red Hawk in Honor of Tuskegee Airmen
The U.S. Air Force will call its new trainer the T-7A "Red Hawk."
Marine Corps News
Mental Competency in Question for Man Accused of Gunning Down Navy Corpsman
The deputy DA said the defendant, a former Marine, has a diagnosis of schizophrenia.
Former Camp Pendleton Battalion Commander to Face Domestic Violence Charges
Lt. Col. Francisco Zavala, 43, is accused of assault, destruction of property, and making false official statements.
Man Who Plotted Lubbock Hotel Shooting Upset over Discharge from Military: Documents
He was upset he was considered "defective" by the military when he was discharged for his mental illness, court records show.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Discovers Abandoned Panga Boat with 41 Bales of Marijuana
A helicopter crew was dispatched to conduct a search for possible people in distress.
Wreckage from Fatal Boat Fire Taken to Naval Base Ventura County
A ship-tracking website shows the barge that transported the Conception in Port Hueneme.
Cruise Ship Carrying Sightseers Collides with World War II Destroyer Floating Museum
Guests on a sightseeing tour got to see what happens when a cruise ship collides with another boat, the USS Slater.