Reports of Unwanted Sexual Contact Up at Coast Guard Academy
Almost half of female cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy said they were sexually harassed.
Admiral's Offers of Free Hugs and Twister Games Lead to Investigation
The president of the Naval War College, Rear Adm. Jeffrey Harley, also reportedly kept a margarita machine in his office.
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.
Electric Boat Says It Can Meet Navy Goal for Adding Subs
Electric Boat would be able to meet the expectations of an ambitious U.S. Navy shipbuilding plan, given the time and resource...
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Navy Submarine That Went Missing with 80 Sailors Aboard Found 75 Years Later
A team of ocean explorers confirmed that the USS Grayback was discovered about 50 nautical miles south of Okinawa in June.
How Will Veterans Get On Base for Their New Commissary Access? No One Can Say
How will veterans and caregivers get access to base to shop? No one can say.
After Marine Died on Their Wedding Day, Spouse Pleads for a Proper Goodbye
Marine Master Sgt. Jeffrey Briar died Sept. 22, 2019, shortly after he and Jennifer Crowley were married.
The Army Is Thinking About Giving SOF PSYOP Soldiers a Distinctive New Beret
A distinctive uniform item for PSYOP soldiers is currently undergoing testing.
New Study Shows Veteran Benefit Discrepancies Between States
States offer a wide variety of benefits, from a high of 60 benefits in Illinois to a low of 22 in Hawaii and Oklahoma.
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SOCOM Is Field Testing Lightweight Body Armor Originally Developed for Its 'Iron Man' Suit
SpecOps forces are testing a combat armor designed to cover more of an operator's body than previous protective gear.
Hand Grenade Toxin Pollutes Water near Fort Jackson. But Where Is It Coming From?
The fort released information that traces groundwater contamination to an explosives range known as Kasserine Pass.
Lawmaker Calls for Answers on Army Recruiters' Use of China-Based App
A New York lawmaker wants Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy to explain the service's decision to allow recruiters to use TikTok.
Navy Warship to Be Named After Late Sen. Richard Lugar
Navy Secretary Spencer and members of the Lugar family will attend a private naming ceremony for the USS Richard G. Lugar.
New Special Pay, Bonuses May Be Coming for Navy EOD Techs as Mission Evolves
U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) sailors could see more money from special pays and bonuses under a new vision.
Navy Denies Canceling Black Sea Op on Trump's Order
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Air Force News
F-35 Still Falling Short on Combat Readiness, Official Says
Each of the JSF variants is still coming up short on combat readiness goals, according to the Pentagon's top weapons tester.
Plans for Pentagon's Future Flying Bomb Truck Begin to Take Shape
DoD officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane."
Marine Corps News
WWII Marine's Remains to Return Home 76 Years After Death
Pvt. Channing Whitaker died on Nov. 22, 1943 during the Battle of Tarawa in the Gilbert Islands in the South Pacific.
Expert Says Marine Veteran Sought Help from VA Days Before Killing 2 Cops
A clinical neuropsychologist testified the Marine Corps veteran went to the VA several times starting in May 2017.
Coast Guard News
Lawmakers Call for Stronger Boating Safety Measures as Coast Guard Rejects Recommendations
Members of California's congressional delegation say it's time for the Coast Guard to consider stronger protections.
Coast Guard to Name New Cutters After Reservists Who Died Responding to 9/11 Attacks
Two Sentinel-class fast response cutters will be named for Coast Guard veterans who lost their lives as first responders.
Coast Guard Frees an Unsightly Fisher Island Guest -- a Grounded 200-Foot Cargo Vessel
A Panamanian-flagged cargo vessel ran aground just north of Fisher Island.