By Richard Sisk
Russia Urged to Witness NATO's Strength in Huge Military Exercise
Russia has already condemned the Trident Juncture exercise as a needless provocation that "hasn't gone unnoticed."
'Miracle': Fierce Advocate for Missing Troops Learns MIA Brother Recovered
Ann Mills-Griffiths says she has no intention of stopping her work, now that her long-lost brother has been found.
Double-Billing for Private Care Cost VA $101 Million, IG Finds
The audit comes as the VA and Trump administration look to expand private care options for veterans.
Virtual Reality Presence at Super Bowl for Overseas Unit
An overseas military unit will have a VR setup to make the troops feel as though they're actually in the stands this Sunday.
Hagel Calls Out Israeli for Slamming US
The defense secretary took issue with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon’s harsh comments calling the U.S. a weak and unre...
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Coast Guard Eyes Changes to Physical Standards, Tattoo Policy to Retain Troops
The service plans to release results of a study on retaining female service members next week.
DoubleTree Employees Fired for Displaying Sign Disparaging Military at Hotel Bar
The sign was created and displayed by two supervisors of the hotel and displayed at a post-deployment event.
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Sikorsky-Boeing's Futuristic Defiant Rotorcraft Completes First Flight
After just over a year of delays, the Sikorsky-Boeing SB>1 Defiant helicopter has completed its first test flight.
Army Scaling Back Recruiting Goals After Missing Target, Under Secretary Says
The service significantly lowered its recruiting goals after missing last year's recruiting target by about 6,000 soldiers.
Navy Says it Has Made Almost All Changes Recommended After Deadly Collisions
Of the 117 changes recommended, 91 were put in place, according to a Feb. 25 memorandum to Congress by Adm. William Moran.
New Navy Destroyer To Be Named After Medal of Honor Recipient
The U.S. Navy announced that the DDG 130 will be named for Hospital Corpsman Master Chief William Charette.
Navy's F-35 is Nowhere Near Combat-Ready, Watchdog Group Says
A government watchdog organization says that the Navy's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter isn't ready for combat.
Air Force News
Pentagon Buying F-15EX Alongside F-35s to Preserve Diversity, Official Says
An F-16 jet would mean another Lockheed fighter, and the DoD wants to maintain a balance between the two large companies.
Repairs to Tyndall, Offutt May Delay Funding for Air Force Base Upgrades
Unforeseen storms that have slammed two Air Force bases in six months may force the service to dip into next year's budget.
Marine Corps News
74 Years Later, North Carolina Marines Remember Iwo Jima
Marine veterans Mack Drake (93 years old) and Joe Tedder (94) helped take the island from the Japanese.
Intruder Detonates Gas Canisters near Japanese Office at Okinawa Marine Base
The incident happened at about 6 p.m. Sunday at Camp Foster's Okinawa Defense Bureau office, a bureau spokesman said.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Cutter Joins Navy Destroyer in Freedom-of-Navigation Op in Pacific
A Coast Guard vessel and a Navy ship passed through the Taiwan Strait this weekend in a signal to China.
Coast Guard Offloads $360M Worth of Cocaine Seized in Eastern Pacific
The massive cocaine load was confiscated off the coasts of Mexico and other countries in Central and South America.
Coast Guard Commissions Ship Named for Slain Petty Officer
Senior Chief Horne was killed in a confrontation with suspected drug smugglers near Santa Cruz Island in December 2012.