3 US Service Members Killed in Afghanistan Roadside Bomb Blast, Officials Say
Three American service members were killed and three were wounded in a roadside bomb blast in Afghanistan, officials said.
Defense Secretary Mattis Visits Military Troops Deployed to Border
Mattis called the deployment legal and justified, and said it was necessary to make sure the U border was properly secure.
Former Navy Sailor Suspected of Sending Ricin-Laced Packages
Investigators said one of the envelopes contained a return address leading them to believe it came from the sailor.
At Least Two Packages Sent to Pentagon Suspected to Contain Ricin
Authorities at the Pentagon found at least two packages suspected of containing ricin, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Pueblo Crew Tells Trump to Bring Their Warship Home from North Korea
The still-commissioned Navy warship remains on the Potong River as a museum piece in North Korea's capital.
Russian Bombers Flew near Alaska, Intercepted by Air Force Jets: US Military
The U.S. military said that two Russian nuclear-capable bombers escorted by two fighter jets flew near Alaska on Sept. 11.
F-22s Intercept 2 Russian Bombers Off Alaska Coast
The pair of Tu-95 Russian "Bear" bombers came within 55 miles of Alaska's west coast.
Russian Fighter Jet Buzzes US Spy Plane over Baltic Sea: Officials
The Russian Su-27 jet reportedly performed a "safe" but "unprofessional" intercept of a U.S. Navy P-8 surveillance plane.
USNA Drug Ring Probe: LSD, Cocaine Allegedly Bought on Dark Web
No formal charges have been brought against the midshipmen during the probe, which began nearly three months ago.
2 Dead in Apache Helicopter Crash in California
The pilot and co-pilot were killed in an Apache gunship flying a readiness training exercise at the time of the crash.
US Deploys Three B-2 Bombers to Guam in Message to North Korea
The B-2s join a number of B-1 conventional bombers already deployed on the Pacific island.
5 US Troops Wounded in Afghanistan Suicide Attack on 9/11 Anniversary
Five U.S. troops were wounded Monday when a suicide bomber drove a car bomb into an armored convoy outside Bagram Air Base.
Russian Jet Buzzes US Navy Spy Plane Over Black Sea
A Russian Su-30 fighter jet buzzed a Navy reconnaissance plane flying in the Black Sea Saturday, an official said.
Hundreds More US Troops Now in Somalia, But Pentagon Denies 'Build Up'
The Pentagon announced in a statement Thursday there are now "more than" 500 US troops on the ground in Somalia.
Remains of Second Sailor Recovered from USS John S. McCain, 8 Missing
Divers have found the remains of a second missing sailor from the USS John S. McCain.
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One of These 5 Marine Corps Generals Could Be the Next Commandant
The nomination for 38th commandant of the Marine Corps is set to come this year as Gen. Robert Neller completes his tenure.
Navy Ship Changes Schedule After Outbreak of Mumps-Like Disease Aboard
The USS Fort McHenry has apparently been avoiding port calls for months after 25 aboard were diagnosed with a viral disease.
Why Do So Many Medals of Honor Go to Irish Troops? Here's One Theory
Of the 3,515 Medals of Honor awarded, some 2,018 have gone to Irish-Americans.
Navy Fighter Jet Makes Emergency Landing in Moss Lake
The EA-18G “Growler” fighter landed after a crew member complained of a lack of oxygen.
Officials Now Looking for Evidence of Fraud in Military Housing Scandal
Ongoing inspections and investigations may build a legal case against base housing landlords.
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Why Lima, Ohio, Is Ground Zero in the Battle over Defense Spending
Every Abrams tank in Army inventory started its life in Lima, Ohio.
General's Family: From Segregation to Command in 100 Years
Fort Jackson's commanding general is descended from a soldier who served there in a segregated military.
The Army Is Rebuilding its Ammunition Stores for the Next Fight
In the Army's budget request, it is increasing its investment in every type of ammunition except artillery shells.
US Navy Won't Alter Sail-bys at Sea Despite China Maneuver
Vice Adm. Phillip Sawyer told reporters that Washington protested that "unprofessional behavior" by the Chinese ship.
Sailors Extinguish USS Devastator Fire in Bahrain
The fire aboard USS Devastator started while the mine countermeasures ship was pierside at NSA Bahrain.
Jacksonville Man Arrested in Navy Recruit's 1984 Death in Orlando
The investigator worked on the case for 25 years, resubmitting case evidence each time DNA technology was improved.
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Airman Shot and Killed While Trying to Stop Armed Robbery
Mckeough's friends spoke out Sunday on Facebook, referring to him a hero.
Air Force Runway Construction Causing Noise for Residents
Hill Air Force Base pilots have to fly over residents who don't normally hear the jets, due to ongoing runway construction....
Trump Taps Air Force General to Head Up European Command, NATO Forces
Gen. Tod Wolters would become the fourth Air Force officer to hold the NATO post.
Marine Corps News
Search for Camp Pendleton Marine, Missing on Sierra Nevada Hike, Is Scaled Back
Inyo County sheriff's officials said they will transition to a "limited continuous search status."
Marines May Practice Attacking Enemy Ships from Shore in Upcoming Exercise
About 5,000 Marines from I MEF joined approximately 5,000 sailors operating on four ships for Pacific Blitz 2019.
‘Stop Looking at These Kids as Heroes’: Vet’s Documentary Features Afghan War Footage
Former Marine Miles Lagoze hopes his film "Combat Obscura" will alter the "sanitized and sanctified view of the military" man...
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Norfolk-Based Destroyer Rescues 26 Cuban Migrants near Florida Keys
The Coast Guard said 25 of the Cubans were repatriated to Cuba on Tuesday.
After More Than 3 Months at Sea, Polar Star Icebreaker Returns Home
They took a swim near the equator, rubbed elbows with a curious Emperor penguin and tossed footballs over Antarctic ice.
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Making Hit List Pleads Not Guilty
A Coast Guard officer accused of stockpiling guns and compiling a hit list of Democrats and journalists pleaded not guilty.