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A Navy Ship Sailed to Hawaii and Back With No One on Board
When the Navy christened the Sea Hunter in 2016, officials said it could change the nature of U.S. maritime operations.
These Military Construction Projects Could Be Cut to Fund a Border Wall
"Some generals thinks this is more important," Trump said of funding a wall rather than military construction projects.
If This Plane Could Talk: A US President's Plane Rests in Georgia
The jet that served as Air Force One during the Johnson Administration sits at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Ga.
Duckworth Says Senate Has Enough Votes to Rescind Trump's National Emergency
Sen. Tammy Duckworth says her colleagues are prepared to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency.
USS Tulsa Commissioned as the US Navy's Newest Warship
The USS Tulsa was commissioned on Saturday at a pier in San Francisco.
Latest Military Videos
Planning Advances for Army’s Rugged New Personnel Carrier
The Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle will replace the Vietnam War-era M113 armored personnel carrier.
Army Taps Raytheon to Build Enhanced Radios for Black Hawks, Apaches
ARC-231A are "software-defined" so they can be rapidly updated without requiring the radio to be removed from the aircraft.
Navy's Maintenance Boss Defends New Supercarrier Despite Tech Bugs
The Navy is working through a series of problems that have left the Ford behind schedule and over budget.
Navy Won’t Resurrect Decommissioned Ships for 355-Fleet Buildup, Admiral Says
Inactive frigates, destroyers and other mothballed vessels won't be making their way back to the fleet, Navy leaders decided.
Air Force News
Trump Signs Directive That Would Place Space Force Within Air Force
The Space Force will fall within the Department of the Air Force if approved by Congress, according to a new directive.
Air Force Releases Deploy-or-Out Policy Guidelines
Those who have been unable to deploy for 12 consecutive months will be flagged for separation consideration.
Marine Corps News
Gun Maker Calls Marines 'Crayon Eaters' in Viral Facebook Post
Marines love H&K's rifles, but do they love the company's sense of humor too?
Wounded Warriors to Compete in Marine Corps Trials at Camp Pendleton
The competitions include archery, cycling, rowing, shooting, power lifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track and field, wh...
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Terrorist Plot Targeting Media, Lawmakers
A Coast Guard lieutenant is accused of plans to "murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country."
Congress Finally Funds New Icebreaker for Coast Guard
The legislation that avoided a second government shutdown included $655 million for a new Coast Guard icebreaker.
Coast Guard Rescues 2 People, Dog from Louisiana Bay
They were lifted from the marsh and taken to Acadiana Regional Airport.