Proposed Rules Would Greatly Restrict Who Can Be Buried at Arlington National Cemetery
The Army said the proposed restrictions would preserve the lifespan of the cemetery for another 150 years.
Manning Renews Effort to Be Released from Virginia Jail
Manning's lawyers argue that a new indictment of Julian Assange on espionage charges makes Manning's testimony irrelevant.
'American Taliban' Lindh Freed After 17 Years in Prison
Lindh left a federal penitentiary in after getting time off for good behavior from the 20-year sentence he received.
'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh to Be Released
Conditions imposed on Lindh's release make clear that authorities remain concerned about the threat he could pose once free.
Chelsea Manning Sent Back to Jail for Refusing to Testify
Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning was ordered back to jail Thursday for refusing to testify to a grand jury.
Ex-Intelligence Analyst Charged with Leaks to Reporter
The indictment says Hale began communications with a reporter in 2013 while at the Air Force.
Ex-CIA Officer Admits to Espionage Conspiracy with China
Jerry Chun Shing Lee admitted that he received regular "taskings" from his Chinese handlers in 2010 and 2011.
Appeals Court Rejects Chelsea Manning's Effort to Leave Jail
A federal appeals court rejected a bid by former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to be released from jail.
Chelsea Manning Continues to Fight Grand Jury Subpoena
Manning said the judge rejected her motion to quash the subpoena as well as efforts to open the hearing to the public.
Feds Share Watchlist with 1,400 Private Groups
The government's admission comes after years of insistence that the list is generally not shared with the private sector.
No Answers for Family's Questions about Civil War Unknowns
Army officials rejected requests from several families to conduct DNA testing.
Jury Spares Life of Soldier Convicted of Killing Wife, Cop
The jury sent a note after 12 hours of deliberation saying that it was split on whether Ronald Hamilton should be executed.
Trial Begins for Staff Sergeant Accused of Killing His Wife and a Police Officer
Ronald Hamilton, an Army staff sergeant, is charged with capital murder in the deaths of his wife and a police officer.
Memorial to Women Veterans Marks 20th Anniversary
About 269,000 women veterans are registered at the memorial. Roughly three million women have served in the U.S. military.
Former Navy Instructor Walks out of Hearing on Indecent Acts
A former Naval Academy instructor facing a possible court-martial walked out of his own preliminary hearing Friday.
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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
Master Sgt. Nathan Goodman, 36, died "during a routine military free fall" near Eloy, Arizona, according to a release.
Air Force Two-Star Fired Amid Investigation into Misconduct Allegations
The investigation is ongoing.
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Air Force News
Wrong-Side Drivers Near Air Base Used by US Worry UK Police
Police have not indicated if the cars in the other incidents had any connections to the Air Force base.
US, Japan Defense Officials Discuss How to Address Chemical Contamination Near American Bases
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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.
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The Marine Corps has inked a $10M contract with MAC LLC for new lightweight polymer machine-gun ammunition.
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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.
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.