Fuel in Fatal B-17 Crash Wasn't Contaminated, Report Says
A preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board appeared to rule out some factors in the crash.
Nominations to Military Academies on the Rise for Women
From the 1994-1995 application cycle to the 2019-2020 cycle, it found 21% of their nominees overall have been women.
Racial Bias Probed at Coast Guard Academy
The DHS's IG is probing allegations of discrimination at the Coast Guard Academy and inadequate follow-up by the leadership.
Racial Climate at US Coast Guard Academy Faces New Scrutiny
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy has wrestled with how to make minorities feel more welcome.
Coast Guard Academy Honors Grad for Combat Role in Vietnam
On Thursday, Kent Williams, a 1965 graduate of the U. S. Coast Guard Academy, will be inducted into the school's Hall of Hero...
Top Officer at Oldest US Sub Base is Retiring
The top officer at the oldest U.S. submarine base may become the last flag officer to serve here as his submarine group is el...
Coast Guard Honors Crew that Rescued 19 Fishermen from Burning Boat
A plume of black smoke alerted the crew of a cargo vessel to possible distress.
Navy OKs Changes for Submariners' Sleep Schedules
With no sunlight to set day apart from night on a submarine, the Navy for decades has staggered sailors' working hours on sch...
Coast Guard Academy Sets Record for Female Enrollment
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy is welcoming an incoming class with the highest percentage of women ever: 38 percent.
Military Takes Cues from Colleges for Sex Assault Prevention
The Air Force visited Connecticut College to get an up-close look at a campus that has been using the Green Dot program.
Port Visits Resume for Nuclear-armed Navy Subs
A stop in September by USS Wyoming in the United Kingdom was the first of what are expected to be occasional visits to foreig...
With Ice Melting, Arctic Coast Guards Pledge Cooperation
Coast guard leaders from the U.S., Russia and other Arctic nations pledged Friday to strengthen cooperation in response to sa...
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Three Dead, One Injured After Sailor Opens Fire at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
Two Defense Department civilian workers are dead and a third is in stable condition after the tragic shooting.
Tricare Costs Changing in 2020
With the new year comes new insurance rates
Fired Air Force Academy Commandant Plans to File Complaint
The former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy plans to file a complaint over her firing earlier this year.
Sig Sauer Unveils Civilian Version of Army's M18 Modular Handgun System
Sig Sauer Inc. just released the civilian version of the U.S. Army's M18, the compact pistol that may be the most popular of...
This Is the 2020 Veteran Disability Pay Raise
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What's Next in Aftermath of Black Hawk Crash That Killed 3?
The Minnesota National Guard will release the names of the deceased crew members on Saturday.
Army Officer Pardoned by Trump After Murder Conviction Says He Can't Even Get a Job at Walmart
Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance was sentenced to 19 years in military prison after he was found guilty of second-degree murder.
Army Football Drops 'God Forgives, Brothers Don't' Slogan Linked to White Supremacist Groups
A skull and crossbones flag with the acronym "GFBD" has been used in the football program since the mid-90s.
US Official: Pensacola Shooting Suspect Was Saudi Student
The shooting suspect was an aviation student from Saudi Arabia, and authorities are investigating a possible terrorism link.
Sailor Who Killed 2 at Pearl Harbor Was Unhappy with Commanders
The sailor, Gabriel Romero, 22, also faced non-judicial punishment.
Under Pressure, Navy's Top official Pledges to Solve New Carrier's Problems
The advanced $13 billion carrier has been plagued by problems including glitches with its 11 new weapons elevators.
Air Force News
U-2 Pilot Dismissed for Shaving His Entire Body to Avoid a Drug Test
One possible reason is a hair follicle drug test, an alternative to standard urinalysis.
F-16 Damaged but Pilot Who Ejected Released in Good Condition: Air Force
The pilot from the 8th Fighter Wing suffered minor injuries when he ejected during a landing after a routine sortie Monday.
SpaceX Sends Thousands of Supplies to International Space Station
SpaceX sent 5,700 pounds of supplies and more than 250 science experiments to the International Space Station.
Marine Corps News
Marines Suspend Use of Illumination Flares After 'Several' Land Off Base on Okinawa
The flares are typically fired from mortars at night to illuminate an area.
Whistleblower Lawsuit Claims Defense Contractor Defrauded Pentagon of $1.3 Billion in MRAP Deal
The company is accused of vastly overcharging for components of vehicles used by troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Marine Arrested by US Border Patrol, Accused of Bringing Migrants Across Border
The Marine is being held in civilian custody. Border Patrol and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service are investigating.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Rescues Florida Dog Spotted Swimming for its Life
The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Fort Myers Beach safely pulled the dog on board their vessel.
Coast Guard, Navy Boats Collide in Alaska; 9 Injured
Both vessels were damaged. The incident is under investigation.
US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.