Key Pentagon Official Endorses Commissary-Exchange Merger
Pentagon personnel have been directed to start planning for a prospective consolidation.
After Mandate from Congress, VA Opens Research Center for Burn Pit-Related Illnesses
It will focus on health conditions linked to burn pits, research and collaboration with private facilities and non-profits.
Smoking Ban at VA Hospitals Will Soon Apply to Employees, Too
The policy initially exempted employees, but now they must comply by January 2020.
Trump Signs Directive Expediting Student Debt Forgiveness for Some Veterans
He announced an effort Wednesday to accelerate the process for canceling eligible disabled veterans' federal student loans.
Pentagon Paid Out Nearly $1 Billion in Improper Travel Reimbursements over 3 Years
The DoD also lost $205 million through improper payments in 2017 and 2018, a new report found.
VA Turns to 'Hackathons' to Solve Health Care Challenges
A series of "hackathons" aims to bring creative solutions to VA health care services.
Pentagon Finally Has an Assistant Secretary for Health Affairs
Health care industry professional Thomas McCaffery will oversee the transformation of the military health system under the De...
Pentagon Program Seeks Victims' Help in Catching Serial Sex Offenders
The Pentagon has a new program aimed at rooting out serial sex offenders in the ranks.
Military Eyes Bug-Repellent Coating to Replace Permethrin in Uniforms
Meanwhile, the Pentagon is promoting protection as the best defense against Lyme and other vector-borne diseases.
Military Suicides Reach Highest Rate Since Record-Keeping Began After 9/11
A new report finds active-duty deaths by suicide were the highest since record-keeping began after 9/11.
Marine Faces Murder Charge in New Year's Day Shooting Death at 8th and I
A Marine faces charges in the death of Marine Lance Cpl. Riley Kuznia on New Year's Day at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C.
These Bases Will Be Next to Get the New DoD Electronic Health Records System
The Defense Department will expand its new electronic medical records system to four additional locations in September.
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Vietnam Vet's Death Ruled Homicide Amid Investigation into Deaths at VA Hospital
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Color Sergeant of the Marine Corps Warned After Burning Troops with Lighter
Sgt. Francis Frazier was cleared of hazing allegations but got a non-punitive letter of caution for poor leadership.
FBI Takes Down Nigerians Pretending to Be US Troops in $46M Romance Scam Case
Authorities arrested 14 defendants Thursday, mostly in the Los Angeles area.
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Green Beret Accused of Killing Suspected Taliban Bomb Maker Facing 'Agonizing' Wait for Trial, Wife Says
The Army has delayed a motions hearing in Maj. Matthew Golsteyn’s case to the week of Sept. 9.
Navy SEAL Boss Orders Discipline Crackdown After Embarrassing Scandals
Routine inspections and tightened grooming standards are coming to the SEAL community.
New CNO Gilday Says He'll Lead Navy 'With a Sense of Urgency'
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Air Force News
Air Force Returns C-130s to Flight After Safety Inspections
The service has inspected 113 aircraft, and 112 have been cleared for operational duty, according to an Aug. 21 news release.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Tops 30K Employees
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for the first time in decades employs more than 30,000 people.
Marine Corps News
Math Teacher, an Ex-Marine, Told Students He Would 'Be the Best School Shooter'
The former Marine told authorities he was joking and is cooperating fully with the law enforcement investigation.
Marine Veteran Seth Moulton to End Presidential Campaign
Moulton is a veteran Marine Corps infantry officer who completed multiple deployments to Iraq.
Prison Inmates Build Toys for Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots Program
The Toys for Tots initiative occupies a spacious workshop in the programs building on the prison's fenced grounds.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Academy Medical Staff Bring Bacterial Outbreak Under Control
A system was devised to deliver meals and administer medication to the sickest swabs in a separate wing in the barracks.
Coast Guard Suspends Search for Firefighters Who Went Missing While Boating
The search for two firefighters who went missing while fishing off the coast of Cape Canaveral was suspended.