Cases of Heat-Related Illnesses on the Rise, Especially Among Marines
Annual incidence rates of heat stroke diagnoses increased from 0.26 cases per 1,000 in 2014 to 0.45 cases per 1,000 in 2018.
Army Resumes Cold War-Era Snap Deployments to Europe
The Army is relearning the art of snap deployments as it adapts to a new Pentagon strategy known as Dynamic Force Employment.
Six US Soldiers Injured in Poland Crash
The soldiers are assigned to the 21st Theater Sustainment Command based out of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Trump Warns Europe He Will Free ISIS Fighters if Allies Won't Prosecute Them
Trump threatened to release hundreds of Islamic State fighters if allies don't agree to take custody of the militants.
Promotion Rates Improving for Air Force Drone Pilots, GAO Says
Fighter pilots continue to be promoted at higher rates than their counterparts who control drones.
Senators Want Legislation to Block Trump Over Feared NATO Pullout
The bill would require President Trump to gain Senate approval before terminating U.S. support of NATO.
Army Releases Long-Awaited History of War in Iraq
The study highlights failures during the conflict, including a lack of awareness of the sectarian dynamics in the country.
US Troops in Gabon Remain Focused on Congo Despite Local Coup Attempt
A failed coup attempt in the central African nation of Gabon hasn't yet changed the mission of U.S. troops deployed there.
Air Force 'Base in a Box' Plan Delayed Because of Poor Management, IG Says
Poor program management has delayed the development of mobile air base kits in Europe.
Air Force: Nothing Improper with Airmen's Pro-Trump Merchandise at Ramstein
U.S. Air Forces Europe said troops holding "Make America Great Again" hats were not in violation of military rules.
Former Europe Commander Calls for Larger US Military Presence in Poland
Retired Army general Philip Breedlove sees a larger role for the U.S. military in Poland.
US Soldier Detained by Turkish Officials at Istanbul Airport Has Been Released
Ozer was accused of being a follower of Fethullah Gulen, a Muslim cleric who is exiled in Pennsylvania and wanted by the Erdo...
Hundreds of Soldiers in Europe to Get Ticket Refunds After Holiday Leave Snafu
The Army has negotiated refunds for the majority of 250 soldiers on rotation in Europe.
Army Rescinds Reprimand for Niger Ambush That Left Four Dead, Report Says
Capt. Michael Perozeni, initially blamed for his role in planning the mission, was formally cleared, the newspaper said.
Russian Jet Comes Within 5 Feet Of US Navy Plane Over Black Sea
A Russian SU-27 crossed into the path of a Navy EP-3 and forced the U.S. aircraft to fly through a wake of turbulence.
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Soldier Killed, 12 Injured in Humvee Rollover at Fort Polk
Staff Sgt. Jacob Hess died in the crash that occurred at Fort Polk during exercises at the Joint Readiness Training Center.
Two Fort Hood Soldiers Arrested in Prostitution Sting
In total, 15 people were arrested and nine women were directed to support services that help victims of human trafficking.
Army Fields Tiny Pocket Drones to Paratroopers at Fort Bragg
Equipment officials recently fielded the Army's first pocket-sized drones to units of the 82nd Airborne Division.
F-16 Fighter Jet Crashes into California Warehouse, Pilot Ejects
An F-16 fighter jet crashed into a warehouse just outside March Air Reserve Base, sending a dozen people to hospitals.
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Headed to the Army's National Training Center? Here's What You Need to Know
NTC is designed to push combat brigades to their limits and expose tactical weaknesses to improve combat proficiency.
Hawaii Supreme Court Considers Army Training Grounds Case
The Pohakuloa Training Area is a 156-square-mile property used for combat and live-fire training.
Here's the Real Story Behind the 'Painted Rocks' at Army's NTC
For nearly four decades, combat units have painted their insignias on boulders near the road into Fort Irwin.
University of Hawaii Lab Forges Ahead with $77.2M in Navy Funding
UH's Navy-sponsored lab is one of 13 university-affiliated research centers within the Defense Department.
Navy SEAL Gets Year in Brig for Hazing Death of Green Beret
Adam Matthews was sentenced for his role in the 2017 hazing-related death of a U.S. Army Green Beret in Africa.
Air Force News
Special Operations Pilot Faces Charges of Raping a Child Under 12 Years Old
The alleged crimes happened in 2017 and 2018 in Colorado Springs.
Air Force's Space 'Think Tank' Studies Future of Conflict Beyond Earth
Within the Air Command and Staff College resides a task force that has one core mission: to be America's think tank for space...
B-52 Bomber Removed from 'Boneyard' to Return to Service
A crew flew the plane nicknamed "Wise Guy" to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana from Tucson.
Marine Corps News
Boot Camp Revives the Lost Art of Letter Writing
During a three-month blackout, recruits are prohibited from contact with the outside world via phone or email.
Sikorsky Gets $1.1B Contract for Marine Helicopters
The King Stallion helicopter can fly higher and farther and with far heavier cargoes than existing helicopters.
1st Woman Completes Marines' Urban Leaders Course
Lance Cpl. Autumn Taniguchi finished the three-week course that prepares leathernecks to lead troops in urban environments.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Commander Dies from Injuries in Motorcycle Crash
The staff of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Alder described Commander Waters as a "tenacious Black hull sailor and Cutterman."
Coast Guard: 2 More Bodies Found After Alaska Planes Crash
The two planes collided in mid-air Monday, killing six people, the Coast Guard said.
Team Heads to Alaska to Probe Sightseeing Planes Collision
Four people were killed after the floatplanes carrying cruise ship tourists collided near Ketchikan, the Coast Guard said.