US Military Chief Says Tech Giants Should Work with Pentagon
Gen. Joseph Dunford has a "hard time" with U.S. tech companies that work with the Chinese but not the U.S. military.
NATO Chief Says They'll Have Enough Forces in Afghanistan
NATO's chief said he is certain the alliance will have sufficient forces to fulfill its training mission in Afghanistan.
Canada to Apologize, Pay Former Gitmo Prisoner Omar Khadr
The Canadian government is going to apologize and give millions to a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner.
Canadian Envoy Who Hid Americans during Hostage Crisis Dies
Ken Taylor, Canada's ambassador to Iran who hid Americans at his residence during the 1979 hostage crisis portrayed in the mo...
Canadian Soldiers Exchange Fire with ISIS in Iraq
Canadian soldiers opened fire on Islamic State group extremists in Iraq in what was apparently the first ground firefight bet...
Canada To Launch Airstrikes in Iraq
Canada plans to launch airstrikes against the Islamic State militant group in Iraq following a U.S. request and may extend ai...
Canadian Navy Ship Buzzed By 3 Russian Jets
A Canadian navy frigate taking part in a NATO exercise in the Black Sea was buzzed by three Russian military jets off the sou...
Flight Instructor Who Appeared on CNN Fired
His boss accused him of dressing like a teenager and making Canadians "look very bad all over the world."
Ex-Canada PM: Documentary Better Than 'Argo'
He said the real story of how a Canadian ambassador protected Americans during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis is a "better stor...
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Navy Authorizes Two-Piece Swimsuits, Gold Star Lapel Button
The Navy has authorized a range of new clothing items, including two-piece swimsuits for male and female sailors.
Marines, Sailors Line Road to Salute Family of Officer Killed in Pensacola Shootings
Hundreds of sailors and Marines stood in long lines at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, in a silent and moving tribute.
Congress Has Released Its $738 Billion Defense Budget. Here's What's Inside
The military keeps its 3.1% pay raise in the final version of the bill.
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.
DoD Releases Plan to Allow Personnel to Carry Firearms on Base
The DoD recently released guidance that allows U.S. military personnel to carry privately owned, concealed firearms on base.
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Trump's decision to intervene in the cases has been met with outcry from some who say the move invites more bad behavior.
The Number of Substantiated Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Army Brass Rose This Year
According to a report, the IG received 707 complaints against senior officials in fiscal 2019.
Military's Outgoing Top Enlisted Leader Unveils Unique Rank Insignia for SEAC
Army Command Sgt. Maj. John Wayne Troxell sported the new insignia while meeting with reporters Monday.
Navy Patrol Aircraft Joins Search for Missing Chilean Military Plane with 38 Aboard
The request came from the Chilean government after the country's air force lost contact with a C-130 over the Drake Passage.
No Injuries after Brief Lockdown at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi
The lockdown came after shootings last week at a naval air station in Florida and at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
The First Woman Has Made it Through SEAL Officer Screening
The Navy marked a first earlier this year when a woman completed Navy SEAL officer assessment and selection
Air Force News
The Pentagon Isn't Sure What to Do with Turkey’s Undelivered F-35s
Lawmakers will not allow the F-35As once destined for Turkey to be transferred unless that country gets rid of its S-400s.
Here's How US Space Force Will Be Built
Congress has moved forward with a proposal to place the Space Force under the Department of the Air Force.
Marine Corps News
Defense Bill Would End Gender Segregation at Marine Corps Boot Camp
Service leaders still have concerns.
Documentary Follows Force Recon Marine's Raw Struggles After War
For a Marine featured in a new documentary, returning from deployments was only the start of his fight for survival.
Coast Guard News
Congress Criticizes How Coast Guard Investigates Harassment Claims
The report also found Coast Guard leaders didn't hold officials accountable for deficient investigations.
Coast Guard Admiral Criticized Ahead of Hearing on Harassment at Academy
Vice Admiral Michael McAllister will testify on behalf of the Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Seizes 9,300 Pounds of Cocaine During Recent Patrol
The drugs seized are valued at $165 million.