New Order Requires Marines to Start Out-Processing Earlier
Marines are now required to begin the paperwork to exit the Corps up to 18 months before their last day.
Army Stresses Vaccinations After Soldier Treated for Mumps in Germany
Army officials believe the service member contracted the virus before he left Italy and brought it with him to Germany.
On Bases in Germany, Air Conditioning a Rare Luxury as Temperatures Near 100 Degrees
The military in Germany is sweatier than ever as record high temperatures bake base offices and homes.
2nd Cavalry Gives Germany-Based Squadrons Days Off for Not Drinking and Driving
The rewards are part of the regiment's No DUI campaign, which was launched after a rash of alcohol-related incidents.
Soldier's Graphic Novel to Become Netflix Original Starring Peter Dinklage
Sgt 1st Class Phillip Kennedy Johnson wrote the "The Last Sons of America" while serving as a trumpet player with the U.S. Ar...
Army Unit in Europe Rescinds Unusually Specific Order Banning Sex, Cuddling
The memorandum, an image of which circulated after it was shared by a popular website, had been issued Dec. 17.
The Airman in Black: When Johnny Cash Was Stationed in Germany
The 19-year-old airman -- and future music legend -- bought his first guitar while stationed in Landsberg, Germany.
Marines Looking for 38,500 New Recruits to Fill Gap in Ranks
Marine recruiters are confident they can pick up their pace and meet the higher demand for new recruits.
Iceland Bars Run Out of Beer Supplying Thirsty US Sailors, Marines
Several bars in Reykjavik were drunk dry by U.S. sailors and Marines in Iceland participating in NATO's Trident Juncture.
Al Matthews, Marine Veteran Who Played Apone in 'Aliens,' Dies at 75
In his most famous scene, he bites down on his cigar as he awakes from hypersleep and starts barking orders to his Marines.
Latest Apache Helicopters Arrive with 1st Air Cavalry in Europe
Apache helicopters have arrived as the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade takes over the U.S. military in Europe's rotational air missio...
Robots Replace Soldiers in First Breaching Exercise of its Kind
The Robotic Complex Breach Concept shows how remote-controlled vehicles can perform tasks usually carried out by soldiers.
US, Allies Conduct Biggest Artillery Event in Europe Since Cold War
3,700 soldiers from 26 nations are participating in Dynamic Front 18, three times as many as last year.
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Here's the New Light Machine Gun SOCOM Is Evaluating
The new machine gun has come a long way from the prototype that Sig unveiled at SHOT Show last year.
Space Force Offers First Peek at Camouflage Uniform
The United States Space Force has only one member so far, but it appears the service utility uniform is already well under de...
The Navy Once Called Him an ‘Unknown Negro Sailor.’ Now It’s Naming a Carrier After Him
The Navy's acting secretary is breaking with tradition to name a powerful aircraft carrier in his honor.
US Space Command Has Passed First Combat Test, Officials Say
Early warning capabilities helped protect U.S. troops on the ground.
The President's Actions Threatened US Troops, Veteran on Impeachment Team Argues
The only veteran among the House impeachment managers cited his oath to defend the Constitution.
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Fort Bragg Paratroopers to Protect US Embassy in Iraq
The 82nd soldiers deployed to Central Command's area of operations Jan. 1-4.
Navy Warns Mail-In DNA Kits Could Bring 'Unwelcome' Family News
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A CMV-22B Osprey conducted its first flight operation at Bell's Amarillo Assembly Center in Texas.
Navy Carrier Lincoln Back from Record-Setting 295-Day Deployment
Thousands of sailors are in San Diego after completing the longest carrier deployment since the end of the Cold War.
Air Force News
After Successful Data Transfer Between F-35 and F-22, Air Force Plans New Tests
he U.S. Air Force plans to conduct additional tests at its combatant commands of a sophisticated data-sharing system.
Conservationists Worry that Mountain Home Training Expansion Could Impact Wildlife
The Air Force wants to lower supersonic flight floors in order to provide pilots with more realistic training opportunities.
Marine Corps News
Tamara Campbell Won't Stop Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence
HuffPost published a story about Campbell as part of a series of stories about domestic violence in the military.
Trijicon’s New Handheld Range-Finder Will Map the Wind for Extreme Accuracy
The Trijicon Ventus is the world's first handheld device with advanced wind mapping and wind detection.
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.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Hunts for Cruise Ship Passenger off Puerto Rico
Coast Guard spokesman Ricardo Castrodad said the incident involved the Oasis of the Seas ship.
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting Attack Asks for Leniency
Hasson, 50, has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges and is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 31.
Group Has Raised $56 Million for Coast Guard Museum
Construction of the museum has been pushed back due to two other projects scheduled for New London.