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Decorated Transgender Troops to Testify Before Congress
In the three years since the military welcomed transgender people into the armed forces, they have served without incident.
Coast Guard Spouses Keep to Tight Budgets as Shutdown Ends
U.S. Coast Guard spouses say they'll continue to spend money cautiously even though the government shutdown has ended.
As Shutdown Drags On, 'Coast Guard City' Takes a Hit
The town's residents are rallying around their own as the partial government shutdown has left the Coast Guard in the cold.
Women Changing Makeup of Military, and Perhaps its Politics
Veterans by and large did vote for GOP candidates. But more women are joining the military, and they are bucking the pattern.
US Navy: Welding Problem Found on Missile Tubes for New Subs
The U.S. Navy said Tuesday there's a problem with welds on missile tubes that are destined for new submarines.
A Hairy Issue: Sailors Tell the US Navy, 'We Want Beards'
Now that women in the Navy can wear ponytails, men want beards.
Filmmaker to Open WWII Education Center in Rhode Island
Tim Gray, founder of the nonprofit World War II Foundation, will open the center this September in Wakefield.
Politician Rescued by Coast Guard While Campaigning on Yacht
A candidate for governor in Rhode Island had to be rescued by the Coast Guard on Sunday after his yacht hit a rock.
US Navy Leaders Looking to Light 'A Fire in Our Gut'
A top military commander asked scholars on Tuesday for bold ideas on how the U.S. Navy can maintain superiority at sea.
Discharged and Jobless: Veterans Seek Change in Hiring Rules
Military veterans who were discharged for relatively minor offenses say they often can't get jobs.
Navy's New Attack Submarine Named Colorado to Join the Fleet
The U.S. Navy's newest attack submarine, the USS Colorado, will go into service at the Naval Submarine Base in Connecticut.
Retention of Female Submariners on Par with Men
It has been eight years since the Navy lifted its ban on women in submarines. Women are focused on doing their jobs well.
Veterans in Ivy League Schools Seek to Boost Their Ranks
It's not easy to find military veterans in undergraduate programs at most Ivy League schools.
Veterans' Families Seek Ban as Dogs Walk among Gravestones
Families of those buried in Rhode Island's veterans' cemetery say that using the grounds as a dog park is disrespectful to th...
First Female Superintendent Puts Focus on Academy
Just inside the entrance of Rear Adm. Sandra Stosz's office, a yellow sticky note on a mahogany-colored door says: "nationall...
Most Popular Military News
Navy to Change Pilot Call Sign Protocol After Minority Aviators Report Bias
The head of naval aviation has directed the creation of a new process for approving and reviewing pilots' call signs.
Thunder's End: Rolling Thunder to Mark Final Memorial Day Event This Weekend
This year's annual Rolling Thunder veterans tribute will be the last.
Five Sailors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Charged with Sexual Assault
Five sailors were arrested at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on charges that the men sexually assaulted a woman last year.
Only 55% of Americans Know Why the Nation Marks Memorial Day, Survey Finds
Little more than half of Americans know the true meaning of Memorial Day, according to a survey.
Sailors Created 'Rape List' Aboard Navy's 2nd Sub to Integrate Women
The Florida, homeported in Kings Bay, Georgia, was the second submarine to integrate enlisted women.
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Army Will Soon Open More Combat Jobs to Women, General Says
Over the last three years, more than 1,000 female soldiers have moved into combat-arms jobs.
West Point to Graduate Record Number of Black Female Cadets
The 34 women comprise a thin slice of the roughly 1,000 cadets in the Class of 2019.
Senate Panel Green-Lights More Money for Army Helos, New Auto Rifle
The SASAC approved defense spending bill provides dollars for Army helicopters and a weapon to replace the M249.
Senate Committee's Defense Spending Plan Includes More Money for Amphibs
The Senate Armed Services Committee's budget plan would restore some funding for Navy warships that Marines say they need .
Lawmakers Again Bid for Gitmo Detainees to Receive Emergency Care in US
Lawmakers are once again pushing to authorize the transfer of prisoners to the U.S. for emergency medical care.
2 US Warships Sail Through Taiwan Strait, Draw China Protest
Two U.S. warships have sailed through the Taiwan Strait in an apparent show of support for the government of the island.
Air Force News
Air Force Agrees to Reimburse West Virginia City for Chemical Cleanup
The Air Force has agreed to reimburse $4.9 million to the city of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Dashcam Video Shows the Moment Pilot Ejects from Plummeting F-16
Dashcam footage from a freeway commuter shows the moment a pilot ejected from an F-16 military jet last week.
Suspicious Exam Results Spark Cheating Probe at Air Force Academy
The investigations, called a "clarification" process, are used to determine whether cadets violated the school's honor code.
Marine Corps News
Top Marine Makes Plea to End Suicide, Says 'Zero Shame' in Admitting Problem
Active-duty suicide rates in the Navy and Marine Corps reached a 10-year high last year.
10-Day Tribute Run at Fort Gordon Honoring Fallen Marines, Sailors Concludes
During the closing ceremony, 1,500 dog tags that service members ran with hung on a cross.
Coast Guard News
Bolton: Coast Guard to Help Reassert US Leadership in Arctic
Bolton said the Coast Guard also will play an important role as the administration pressures Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
Coast Guard Cutter Captain Temporarily Relieved After Fatal Accident
The Coast Guard has temporarily relieved the commander of cutter Hickory after a member was killed in a crane accident.