Air Force Veteran Convicted for Trying to Join ISIS to be Resentenced
It was the first verdict in more than 70 cases the U.S. brought against Americans suspected of supporting the militant group.
US Soldier Turned Mercenary Sentenced to Life in Prison
A former U.S. soldier known as Rambo was sentenced to life in prison by a judge who cited his "truly horrific crimes."
Immigrant Held after Army Base Pizza Delivery Released
Pablo Villavicencio exited the detention center at 9 p.m. Tuesday. He was greeted with hugs from his wife and two daughters.
Judge: Release Immigrant Held After Army Base Pizza Delivery
A judge ordered the release of an immigrant who was held for deportation after he delivered pizza to an Army installation.
Bomber Gets Life in Prison for New York, New Jersey Attacks
One bomb exploded before a Marine Corps charity race; no one was injured in that incident.
Lawsuits Blaming Saudi Arabia for 9/11 Get New Life
For years, family members of those killed on Sept. 11 tried to hold Saudi Arabia responsible for the terrorist attacks.
Band Finds Foundation's Banana Use Unappealing
Legendary rock band The Velvet Underground sued the Andy Warhol Foundation on Wednesday, saying the banana design created by...
US Terror Attacks' Common Denominator: Anwar Al-Awlaki
Five years after Anwar al-Awlaki was killed by an American drone strike, he keeps inspiring acts of terror.
Marvel Wins Dispute Over Ghost Rider Rights
Comic book publisher Marvel Entertainment owns the rights to the Ghost Rider character in the fiery form that originated in t...
Judge: Authority to Ease Pollard's Parole Conditions is Limited
A U.S. judge warned a convicted Israeli spy that she had only "limited" authority to help him overcome parole conditions.
Man Pleads Guilty to Killing US Official in Niger Carjacking
A Malian national who escaped from prison twice after being charged with killing a U.S. Defense Department official and wound...
Defense: Islamic State Group Case vs. US Veteran a Fantasy
A prosecutor told a jury Monday that a U.S. Air Force veteran wanted to join the Islamic State group and die a martyr.
1st US Trials of Suspected Islamic State Sympathizers Begin
The US government has charged 78 people in connection with the Islamic State; of those, two dozen have pleaded guilty.
Government Says Convicted Spy's Information Still Top Secret
Most of the information convicted spy Jonathan Pollard had and passed along to Israel 30 years ago remains top secret and cou...
Court: Banks Must Release Sudanese Funds in USS Cole Lawsuit
Banks holding Sudanese accounts must release assets to satisfy a judgment stemming from injuries to sailors in the USS Cole b...
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Navy's Top Admiral Has No Apologies Over Carrier Lincoln's Extra-Long Deployment
The carrier deployed in April 2019. Last week, the ship arrived in Hawaii before making its final trek to San Diego.
This Lawmaker Is the Only Veteran on the Team Arguing for Trump’s Impeachment
Rep. Jason Crow, D-Colorado, served with the 82nd Airborne Division and 75th Ranger Regiment.
DoD to Announce New Base Security Measures Worldwide in Wake of Pensacola Shooting
Esper will provide Naval Air Station Pensacola leadership with a preview of new security measures being developed.
Army IDs Green Beret Killed During Free Fall Training Exercise
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Air Force Two-Star Fired Amid Investigation into Misconduct Allegations
The investigation is ongoing.
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Army Cancels $45 Billion Bradley Replacement Competition After Only One Bid Qualified
Two past efforts to replace the Bradley in 2009 and 2014 were canceled for cost-associated reasons.
US Veteran Among Alleged White Supremacists Arrested Before Gun Rally
The three men were believed to be planning to attend the pro-gun rally planned for Monday in Richmond.
Families of 82nd Airborne Soldiers Warned About Social Media Use After Threats
Family of soldiers deployed with the 82nd Airborne are being warned of "menacing" messages they might get on social media.
Navy to Name Aircraft Carrier for Pearl Harbor Hero Miller
Miller was the first African American to receive the Navy Cross for valor.
Ex-Guantanamo Commander Convicted of Lying about Man's Death
A jury convicted Capt. Nettleton of obstruction of justice, concealing material facts, and making false statements.
Appeals Court Overturns Former Naval Academy Midshipman's Sexual Assault Conviction
Court documents called the 2016 incident "an alcohol-fueled sexual encounter."
Air Force News
US, Japan Defense Officials Discuss How to Address Chemical Contamination Near American Bases
Tokyo officials detected the chemicals, commonly known as PFOS and PFOA, in two wells near Yokota Air Base.
The B-52 Will No Longer Carry Certain Nuclear Weapons. Here's Why
The B-52 Stratofortress will no longer carry the B61-7 and B83-1 nuclear gravity bombs as it prepares to carry the new long-r...
After Military Social Media Flubs, 4-Star Promises Improvements
One of the Pentagon's top officers says the military still has a long way to go to reach Americans online effectively.
Marine Corps News
Marine's Moving Truck Gets Stolen with His Father's Ashes Inside
Surveillance footage from the hotel parking lot shows the thieves getting into the truck and driving away.
Marines to Get New Lightweight Polymer Ammo for 'Ma Deuce' Machine Gun
The Marine Corps has inked a $10M contract with MAC LLC for new lightweight polymer machine-gun ammunition.
After Fatal Aircraft Collision, Marines Will Get Better Emergency Signal Devices
In 2020, every Marine squadron will receive new signaling devices that automatically activate when they touch water.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Wrapping Up Study on Why Minority Members Leave the Service
The Coast Guard will wrap up a study examining why minority service members are leaving its ranks.
Coast Guard Helps Rescue Fishermen After Capsized Boat Found off Oregon Coast
Three fishermen were rescued Tuesday night after the U.S. Coast Guard found their boat capsized near Coos Bay, Oregon.
Deadly Boat Fire: 4 Families of Victims File Suit Against Conception Owners
Documents filed in federal court allege the vessel, which was owned by Truth Aquatics, was "unseaworthy."