Soldier Charged in Fatal West Point Crash Kept Quiet at Hearing
Staff Sgt. Ladonies Strong was charged in September with multiple violations of military law.
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.
US Soldier Wounded in Suicide Attack Sues Bomber's Employer
The federal lawsuit accuses Fluor Corporation of allowing the Afghan national responsible for the bombing to work alone.
Museum Dedicated to WWII Homefront Opens on Georgia Coast
The museum re-creates the war's pervasive effect on the American homefront by focusing on a single East Coast community.
Competitor: No One Deserves to Die Over Playing a Video Game
Deadly violence stunned gamers competing Sunday in Jacksonville during a "Madden NFL 19" video game tournament.
Charlottesville Gave Momentum to Confederate Monument Foes
At least 30 Confederate monuments have been uprooted in the year since the clashes in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017.
Prosecutor Won't Seek Retrial of Ex-Soldiers in 1992 Killing
The three were in their early 20s when they were convicted of murder in the slaying of Stanley Jackson.
Guard WC-130 That Crashed in Georgia, Killing 9, Was on Final Trip
An aging C-130 Hercules crashed onto a highway during what was supposed to be its final flight, killing all nine on board.
Air National Guard WC-130 Crashes in Georgia With Nine Aboard
A crew of nine Puerto Ricans were flying an Air National Guard WC-130 into retirement when it crashed onto a highway.
Army: No More Kissing Soldiers on St. Patrick's in Savannah
The Army wants to halt a favorite St. Patrick's Day shenanigan in Savannah.
Ex-Contractor in Leak Case Wants FBI Admission Suppressed
Reality Winner, a former Air Force linguist who held a top-secret security clearance, worked as a government contractor.
Vet Who Served with Pioneering 1st Black Marines Dies at 89
A Georgia man who served among the first black U.S. Marines during World War II died Tuesday.
Judge: Navy Can Train Near Rare Atlantic Whales
A federal judge says the Navy can build a $100 million offshore training range for submarine warfare despite environmentalist...
Shrinking Army Aims to Keep Guard, Reserve Combat-Ready
13 National Guard and Army Reserve units are teaming up with commanders on active duty who will oversee their training.
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Navy Submarine That Went Missing with 80 Sailors Aboard Found 75 Years Later
A team of ocean explorers confirmed that the USS Grayback was discovered about 50 nautical miles south of Okinawa in June.
How Will Veterans Get On Base for Their New Commissary Access? No One Can Say
How will veterans and caregivers get access to base to shop? No one can say.
After Marine Died on Their Wedding Day, Spouse Pleads for a Proper Goodbye
Marine Master Sgt. Jeffrey Briar died Sept. 22, 2019, shortly after he and Jennifer Crowley were married.
The Army Is Thinking About Giving SOF PSYOP Soldiers a Distinctive New Beret
A distinctive uniform item for PSYOP soldiers is currently undergoing testing.
New Study Shows Veteran Benefit Discrepancies Between States
States offer a wide variety of benefits, from a high of 60 benefits in Illinois to a low of 22 in Hawaii and Oklahoma.
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SOCOM Is Field Testing Lightweight Body Armor Originally Developed for Its 'Iron Man' Suit
SpecOps forces are testing a combat armor designed to cover more of an operator's body than previous protective gear.
Hand Grenade Toxin Pollutes Water near Fort Jackson. But Where Is It Coming From?
The fort released information that traces groundwater contamination to an explosives range known as Kasserine Pass.
Lawmaker Calls for Answers on Army Recruiters' Use of China-Based App
A New York lawmaker wants Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy to explain the service's decision to allow recruiters to use TikTok.
Navy Warship to Be Named After Late Sen. Richard Lugar
Navy Secretary Spencer and members of the Lugar family will attend a private naming ceremony for the USS Richard G. Lugar.
New Special Pay, Bonuses May Be Coming for Navy EOD Techs as Mission Evolves
U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) sailors could see more money from special pays and bonuses under a new vision.
Navy Denies Canceling Black Sea Op on Trump's Order
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Air Force News
F-35 Still Falling Short on Combat Readiness, Official Says
Each of the JSF variants is still coming up short on combat readiness goals, according to the Pentagon's top weapons tester.
Plans for Pentagon's Future Flying Bomb Truck Begin to Take Shape
DoD officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane."
Marine Corps News
WWII Marine's Remains to Return Home 76 Years After Death
Pvt. Channing Whitaker died on Nov. 22, 1943 during the Battle of Tarawa in the Gilbert Islands in the South Pacific.
Expert Says Marine Veteran Sought Help from VA Days Before Killing 2 Cops
A clinical neuropsychologist testified the Marine Corps veteran went to the VA several times starting in May 2017.
Coast Guard News
Lawmakers Call for Stronger Boating Safety Measures as Coast Guard Rejects Recommendations
Members of California's congressional delegation say it's time for the Coast Guard to consider stronger protections.
Coast Guard to Name New Cutters After Reservists Who Died Responding to 9/11 Attacks
Two Sentinel-class fast response cutters will be named for Coast Guard veterans who lost their lives as first responders.
Coast Guard Frees an Unsightly Fisher Island Guest -- a Grounded 200-Foot Cargo Vessel
A Panamanian-flagged cargo vessel ran aground just north of Fisher Island.