Mattis as Defense Secretary: 'It's Good to Be Back'
New Defense Secretary James Mattis wasted no time in dispatching a letter to American troops and civilians who now work for h...
Mattis: Time for a 'Mad Dog' at Pentagon?
The prospect of James Mattis being named as Secretary of Defense has sparked excitement among former Marines who served under...
Beginning of End for Navy's C-2 Greyhound
The end of an era in naval aviation is starting this summer.
Army Secretary Speaks at Gay Pride Rally
When Eric Fanning started working at the Pentagon as an aide, the "don't ask, don't tell" policy had just begun. The 24-year-...
PTSD: What's Working, What's Ahead?
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Marine Said He Wanted to Die in Blaze of Glory
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Navy SEAL Camp Fights Back against Criticism
Call it the Navy SEAL brass strikes back, after virtually unprecedented public scrutiny of the elite force's top ranks.
Crucible Section Renamed for Fallen Marine
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Navy, San Diego County to Test for Zika
A Navy laboratory and the San Diego County Public Health Department have been cleared by the Centers for Disease Control and...
After 16 Years, Vindication for Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey Pilots
In a victory rare to U.S. military aviation, two widows of Marine Corps pilots have won a 16-year fight to lift blame from th...
Navy SEAL Admiral's Rare, Public Punishment
Rear Admiral Brian Losey's promotion was blocked by the US Senate after an investigation uncovered wrongdoing by the flag off...
Navy: No Wrongdoing in Active Shooter False Alarm
The civilian employee who reported three shots fired at the San Diego Naval Medical Center on Tuesday genuinely thought that'...
Tensions Rise Between Secretary of the Navy, Congressman
In what's a growing dispute between the longest-serving Navy secretary since World War I and a San Diego County congressman,...
Peralta Family: Ship Christening 'Bittersweet'
Days before he died in combat, Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta wrote a letter to his younger brother saying, "Be proud of me, bro,...
Fake Navy SEAL Gets 4 Years in Prison
A 68-year-old man who falsely claimed to be a Navy SEAL wounded four times in Vietnam has been sentenced to four years in pri...
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Soldier Accused of Giving Out Bomb-Making Instructions, Talking About Attacks
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Iran Vows to Lead Gulf Security, as US Sends More Troops
President Rouhani warned that the presence of foreign forces could cause problems for the world's "energy security."
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The report notes that double-walling the tanks is expected to cost 10 times more than the current option.
Air Force News
'Col. Ned Stark' Sounds Off on Air Force Promotion System Overhaul
Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
About 75 People Gather at Area 51 Gate, 1 Person Arrested
The "Storm Area 51" invitation spawned festivals in the tiny Nevada towns of Rachel and Hiko nearest the military site.
For Air Force Drone Operators, Connection with Unmanned Aircraft Runs Deep
Air Force Col. Stephen Jones admits that having emotional ties to a drone may seem a bit strange to an outsider.
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Former Top Enlisted Marine Warns Leaders to Watch Social Media Misbehavior
Green said leaders must stay plugged into what's happening on social media.
Marine Corps Finds Unprofessional Command Led to Fatal Midair Crash that Killed 6
A report found that inadequate training also contributed to a deadly refueling mission; four leaders were fired.
Coast Guard News
Judge Refuses to Toss Coast Guard Officer's Gun Charges
The ruling paves the way for Christopher Hasson to be tried on all four counts in his indictment.
Coast Guard Offloads 6 Tons of Cocaine, Worth About $435M
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Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.