Retired US General Says War with China Likely in 15 Years
Retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges said that European allies will have to do more to ensure their own defenses.
Poland Marks Army Day with Parade, Call for US Military Base
Poland's president voiced hope for a permanent U.S. military presence in his country on its Armed Forces Day.
US Troops Enter Poland, 1st Deployment at Russia's Doorstep
American soldiers rolled into Poland on Thursday, fulfilling a dream some Poles have had since the fall of communism in 1989.
Poland puts on biggest military parade in years
Poland put on its biggest military parade in years Friday to mark its annual armed forces holiday.
Court Allows Polish Government to Take over WWII Museum
A Polish court ruled in favor of the government in its standoff with a major new World War II museum fighting for its surviva...
'We Waited for Decades': Polish Government Welcomes US Troops
The arrival of U.S. troops marks the first time Western forces are being deployed on a continuous basis to NATO's eastern fla...
US Gears up Missile Defense System in Europe to Russia's Ire
A U.S. missile defense system aimed at protecting Europe from ballistic missile threats is moving into higher gear this week.
Men Claim to Find Nazi Train Loaded With Treasure in Poland
According to Polish lore, a Nazi train loaded with gold, artworks and weapons vanished into a mountain at the end of World Wa...
US Army to Start Training Ukrainian Troops, Commander Says
The U.S. military plans in March to start training Ukrainian soldiers who are battling Russian-backed separatists in eastern...
New Film Tells Holocaust Story of Polanski Ally
Producer Gene Gutowski and director Roman Polanski were both Holocaust survivors from Poland who suffered through unspeakable...
Eastern Hopes for NATO Bases Stymied By Russia
Poland and the Baltic states are seeking more than lofty words: They want permanent bases with troops on their land.
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A Marine Called on the Commandant to Fix the Corps' Identity Crisis. Here's His Response
The commandant's vision is that Marines will be trained and equipped as a naval expeditionary force.
Here's the New Marine Corps Weapon that Just Destroyed an Iranian Drone
The Marine Corps' Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, known as LMADIS, jammed an Iranian drone.
US Accuses Venezuela Jet of Aggressive Action over Caribbean
The U.S. Southern Command said that Venezuela's action demonstrates reckless behavior by President Nicolás Maduro.
New Military Suicide Report May Revive Debate Over Gun Restrictions
A new DoD report shows that military personnel consistently use their own personal weapons when ending their lives.
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After a 7-Month Vacancy, the Pentagon Has a Senate-Confirmed SecDef
Army Secretary Mark Esper was confirmed by the full Senate on Tuesday to be the next secretary of defense.
Pair Get Up to 15 Years in Neglect Death of Korean War Veteran
A man and woman admitted to fatally neglecting an 85-year-old veteran and burying his body in the yard of an apartment house.
Babysitter Charged with Manslaughter After Death of Infant in Army Housing
Dixie Denise Villa was arrested after turning herself in at Honolulu Police Department headquarters Saturday.
New USS Indianapolis Commissioning Set for Indiana Port
The ceremony marking the ship's entry into the Navy's active fleet is set for Oct. 26 at Burns Harbor along Lake Michigan.
Group Sues over Delay in Processing Benefit Claims for Blue Water Navy Vets
The organization is asking a federal judge to rescind a stay on claims processing.
Air Force News
Airman Takes First Flight on HH-60W Combat Search-and-Rescue Helicopter
A pilot from the 413th Flight Test Squadron at Duke Field at Eglin Air Force Base flew with Sikorsky contractors.
Lessons from F-35 Can Be Applied to Space Weapons, Retired General Says
Like the F-35, future national security equipment needs to be able to execute more than one mission.
Marine Corps News
Marine Corps Inks Contract for New Rifle Magazine Pouches That Will Fit PMAG
The magazine pouch features a "Double Decker" design allowing Marines to carry two magazines in a single pouch.
Former SecNav Applauds Marine Commandant's Call for 1-Year Maternity Leave
Ray Mabus, who served as Navy secretary from 2009 to 2017, said a revamped military parental-leave policy is long overdue.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Rescues Eight People from Two Separate Boats in Key West
The U.S. Coast Guard said the rescues were made possible because someone had the proper safety equipment to call for help.
Coast Guard Cutter Provides World War II Aviator with Final Sendoff
His memorial service took place on board the Coast Guard cutter Oliver Berry.
Here's How the US Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life
Drug interdictions by the service played a role in convicting the kingpin.