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US Body Armor Found with Remains of Korean War Dead at DMZ
The search area known as Arrowhead Ridge, or Hill 281, was the site of fierce battles.
Military Exchanges Tune Out TV News Due to 'Divisive Political Nature,' AAFES Says
Soldiers hoping to catch up on the news while eating lunch on Wednesday were out of luck unless they had cell phones at hand.
Soldiers Can Now Wear Masks While in Uniform When Air Is Bad in South Korea
U.S. Forces Korea changed its policy to allow soldiers to wear masks as protection against poor air quality in South Korea.
Army Vet Stranded in South Korea Flies Home after Mix-Up over Military Service
Airport authorities prevented Tong Yi from leaving the country because he faced a decades-old accusation of draft dodging.
US Military Hit by Computer Network Outage in South Korea
The U.S. military was hit recently by a computer network outage in South Korea, but the problem has largely been resolved.
North Korea Reportedly Expands Key Long-Range Missile Base
North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base near the Chinese border, according to reports.
Camp Humphreys Closes Major Access Gate After Incident with Car
The mishap that took place on Saturday afternoon is at least the third car-related incident this year at Army base.
South Korea Unearths Nine Sets of War Dead Remains Inside DMZ
South Korea has unearthed nine sets of remains of war dead during a mine-clearance operation inside the DMZ.
Soldier Dies after Being Found Unconscious in South Korea
Sgt. Marcos John Aguon, 28, was a cannon crew member with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team.
Trump Says US Troop Withdrawal from South Korea Is 'Not on the Table'
President Trump said Friday that he will not consider withdrawing the 28,500 American troops stationed in South Korea.
Wanted: DNA from Veterans Who Served in South Korea
The nonprofit group 325 Kamra is building a DNA database to help South Korean adoptees find their birth parents.
No Plans to Evacuate Families Off Korean Peninsula, US Military Says
The U.S. military has no plans to begin evacuating U.S. families from South Korea, a spokesman said Wednesday.
Trump Joins US, South Korean Troops for Taco Tuesday at Camp Humphreys
U.S. troops who had lunch with President Trump at a base in South Korea say he told them there was no place he'd rather be.
South Korean President Calls for THAAD Deployment to Be Suspended
The further deployment of a U.S. anti-missile battery should be suspended pending an environmental impact assessment.
South Korea's Impeachment Heralds Major Test for US Alliance
The ouster of South Korea's president ushers in an era of uncertainty for its longstanding alliance with the United States.
Most Popular Military News
3 Silent Drill Platoon Marines Kicked Out, 2 Others Lose a Rank for Hazing
Members of the Silent Drill Platoon were punished after someone said they saw them use a training rifle to strike someone.
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.
Army Beginning to See Payoff from New Recruiting Strategy
Recruiting is up 27 percent year-over-year in Minneapolis, 19 percent in New York City and 17 percent in Baltimore.
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Army Taps Five Firms to Study How to Mount 30mm Cannons on Strykers
The U.S. Army recently selected five defense firms to participate in a design study for mounting a 30mm cannon on a Stryker.
Army to Promote Hundreds of PSYOP Soldiers at Fort Bragg
The 1st Special Forces Command will promote 300 psychological operations sergeants at a record-breaking promotion ceremony
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.
Navy: Sailor Contacted Russians, Pleads Guilty to Espionage
According to Navy court documents, Kellogg, 26, was in contact with Sevmash, Russia's largest shipbuilding enterprise.
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.
Air Force News
More US Troops Are Deploying to the Middle East to Counter Iran
Shanahan announced the move Friday to "safeguard U.S. forces given the ongoing threat posed by Iranian forces."
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.
Marine Corps News
Russian Court Extends Arrest for Marine Veteran Accused of Spying
A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
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
Purple Hearts Finally Awarded to Coast Guard Crew Killed in World War I
The cutter Tampa was sunk by a U-boat torpedo in 1918, killing all 131 aboard.
Fleet Week Brings Navy, Marines and Coast Guard to New York
Nearly 3,000 members of the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are expected in the city as part of the week-long affair.
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.