Smoking Ban at VA Facilities Has Some Veterans Fuming
A third of veterans smoke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Veterans Group Pushes to Dismiss Suit over Bible on Display at VA Medical Center
A battle over a Bible on display at New Hampshire's veterans hospital was the focus of a federal court hearing Wednesday.
Veterans with PTSD, Anxiety Turn to Beekeeping for Relief
The programs are part of an effort by the VA and veteran groups to promote the training of soldiers in agricultural careers.
Report Says Driver Who Hit Bikers from Marine Group Was Under Influence of Drugs
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said that a report showed Zhukovskyy was positive for an unspecified drug.
'Tough to Lose Your Brothers': Funerals Held for Marine Motorcycle Club Bikers
They are among seven bikers killed when a pickup truck hauling a flatbed trailer crashed into the group in New Hampshire.
Truck Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal Crash Involving Marine Motorcycle Club
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy was ordered to remain in preventive detention, with a judge saying his driving record poses a danger.
Wilkie: Entire Government to Focus on Reducing Vet Suicides
He said suicide must be tackled by working on ways to combat homelessness, drug abuse and mental illness among veterans.
VA Accused of Failing to Pay Bills for Health Care Company
Unpaid invoices to the VA has prompted a health care provider in New Hampshire to stop servicing more than a dozen veterans.
Remains of Sailor Killed at Pearl Harbor Returning Home
Nearly 75 years after sailor Edwin Hopkins died during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, his remains are coming home.
Military Dress at Graduation? In Most Places, It's a No-No
Can the cap and gown worn by high school graduates co-exist peacefully with military uniforms worn by classmates destined for...
Report Criticizes Stroke Patients' Care at Veterans Facility
Stroke patients at a Department of Veterans Affairs medical center have received substandard care, according to a report.
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Missing West Point Cadet Found Dead After Multi-Day Search
Cadet Kade Kurita was reported missing when he failed to report for a scheduled military skills competition.
General: Fort Stewart Soldiers Died when Vehicle Fell from Bridge
The soldiers belonged to the 1st Armored Brigade of the Fort Stewart-based 3rd Infantry Division.
Having Penis Transplant Was 'One of the Best Decisions I Ever Made,' Navy Veteran Says
He had the surgery eight years after a bomb in Afghanistan blew off the lower half of his body.
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Cadet Kade Kurita posted a short note on Snapchat, indicating his plan to end his life, according to a U.S. Army official.
Don't Blame MREs for Your Gastrointestinal Discomfort, Army Scientists Say
The study set out to determine if it's the rations that cause the digestive issues service members associate with MREs.
New Army Protection Accessory Saves Soldier's Life
U.S. Army equipment officials said last week the service's new helmet system saved a soldier's life recently in Afghanistan.
SecNav Fires Back at Critics Over Problems with Newest Supercarrier
The Navy secretary is firing back at those criticizing a $13 billion carrier fraught with delays and equipment trouble.
Naval Academy Midshipmen Want to Revolutionize Artificial Intelligence
Midshipmen are creating artificial intelligence programs all set on solving problems from parking to cancer prediction.
Air Force News
Air Force Investigating Whether Airman Smoked Weed at a Missile Alert Facility for ICBMs
Officials at Minot are investigating "reports of suspected illegal drugs at an above-ground facility."
Air Force Begins Investing Billions in Adversary Air Training
The Air Force for years has looked for a helping hand to fill the enemy, "red air" gap.
Air Force Football Coach Refuses Questions on Players' Cocaine Charges
Air Force Academy football coach Troy Calhoun refused to answer questions about cocaine use by three of his players.
Marine Corps News
Marine Scout Sniper Managed To Sneak Up on His Enemy Naked Except for a Pair Of Boots
No clothes. No ghillie suit. The sniper went into the field with nothing but a painted face and a pair of boots.
Brush Fire Scorches More Than 80 Acres on Camp Pendleton
No structures were threatened by the fire, which erupted amid unseasonably hot late-afternoon temperatures.
Marine Killed in Vehicle Accident at Mountain Warfare Center
Pfc. Christian Bautista was pronounced dead at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, officials announced Monday.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Planning to Base Three Fast-Response Cutters on Guam, Commandant Says
The Coast Guard kept a cutter deployed in the western Pacific since January.
Charged with Killing His 'Best Bud,' Coast Guardsman Appears in Camp Pendleton Courtroom
Seaman Ethan W. Tucker was arrested Aug. 28 after a seven-month Coast Guard investigation into the January death.
Coast Guard Offloads $92 Million Worth of Smuggled Cocaine in San Diego
The Coast Guard offloaded more than 6,800 pounds of cocaine -- worth an estimated $92 million -- on Wednesday.