Special Ops General: Rate of Deployment 'Unsustainable'
Special operations forces are deploying at a rate that is "unsustainable," their top commander said Thursday.
US Military Relief in Haiti is Part Logistics, Part Negotiation
Hurricane Matthew tore through Haiti, leaving at least 546 people dead and 1.4 million in need of assistance.
Wounded Warrior Project Begins Restructure, Lays Off Half Exec Staff
After a decade of growth, the Wounded Warrior Project began laying off employees this week as part of restructuring in the wa...
Lead Found in Water at 2 Navy Child Care Sites
Navy parents got a dose of unpleasant news as they picked up their toddlers from the child development center at Norfolk Nava...
Obama's Final Address to Veterans Meets Rebuke from Some Vet Groups
Barack Obama declared that the nation had a "sacred covenant" with its veterans to ensure they receive the benefits they need...
Does Honorable Service Earn Noncitizen Vets a Chance to Call US Home?
On a Thursday morning in early June, 82nd Airborne veteran Hector Barajas-Varela donned his maroon beret.
Uber and Lyft Offer Free Rides to Homeless Veterans Seeking Jobs
Uber and Lyft have announced that they will offer free rides to homeless veterans trying to get to work opportunities.
Report on VA Calls for Network of Public-Private Care Providers
A long-awaited report released Wednesday on the nation's troubled veterans' health care system recommends 18 "bold" changes.
Air Force: Investigators Reviewing Statements by Outspoken Chaplain
An Air Force Reserve spokesman said earlier this week that the service was not investigating chaplain Capt. Sonny Hernandez.
IG Report: VA Has Been Shredding Documents Needed for Veterans' Claims
Investigators sifted through 438,000 documents awaiting destruction at 10 VA regional offices.
Navy Evacuates Planes, Personnel from 2 Bases in Direct Path of Harvey
With Hurricane Harvey barreling down on the Texas coastline, the Navy has evacuated dozens of aircraft and thousands of perso...
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These Are the Sailors Killed in Pensacola Mass Shooting
The commanding officer of NAS Pensacola called them heroes.
Commandant Responds to Troubling Study on Marine Corps Culture
If Marines have a problem with women they should "go somewhere else," Gen. David Berger said.
Group Condemns 'Soldier Santa' Holding 'God bless America' Sign at Army Base
A blow-up Santa Claus on an Army base is deflating holiday cheer for promoting Christianity, an activist group complains.
Tricare Costs Changing in 2020
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The B-1B Lancer bomber, a plane designed with the ability to fly fast and low to the Earth in order to avoid enemy radars, mi...
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Not everyone has left the shelter on good terms. Eight veterans were unsuccessfully discharged from the shelter.
Pensacola Gunman Got Around a ban on Foreigners Buying Guns
Authorities have not disclosed how Mohammed Alshamrani obtained the Glock 9 mm handgun he used in the attack Friday.
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Wisconsin National Guard Leader Resigns in Wake of Sex Assault Review
Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar is the nation's longest-serving state National Guard commander.
Tuskegee Airman Celebrates 100th Birthday with Flight
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Defense Bill Would End Gender Segregation at Marine Corps Boot Camp
Service leaders still have concerns.
Documentary Follows Force Recon Marine's Raw Struggles After War
For a Marine featured in a new documentary, returning from deployments was only the start of his fight for survival.
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Coast Guard Seizes 9,300 Pounds of Cocaine During Recent Patrol
The drugs seized are valued at $165 million.
Coast Guard Rescues Florida Dog Spotted Swimming for its Life
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Fort Myers Beach safely pulled the dog on board their vessel.
Coast Guard, Navy Boats Collide in Alaska; 9 Injured
Both vessels were damaged. The incident is under investigation.