Ukraine Urges NATO to Deploy Ships in Dispute with Russia
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko laid out his hope that NATO would "relocate naval ships to the Sea of Azov.
Ukraine Demands Russia Release Vessels as Tensions Build
The two neighbors have been locked in a tense tug-of-war since Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea.
Putin Says Russia will Target Nations Hosting US Missiles
The stern statement follows President Trump's announcement that he intends to opt out of a 1987 nuclear arms control pact.
Russia Claims US Running Secret Bio Weapons Lab in Georgia
Russia's Defense Ministry said the U.S. appeared to be running a biological weapons lab in the country of Georgia.
Russia Launches Biggest War Games in Decades Involving China
Russia launched its largest military exercise since the Cold War, war games that will involve thousands of Chinese troops.
Russia Warns of 'Horrible' Conflict if Georgia Joins NATO
An attempt by NATO to incorporate Georgia could trigger a new, "horrible" conflict, Russia's prime minister said.
Trump Questions US Intel, Not Putin, on Russia 2016 Meddling
Putin, for his part, said for the first time that he did want Trump to win the election, but insisted he had not interfered.
What Trump and Putin Hope to Achieve at Helsinki Summit
What Trump wants from Russia has long been one of the great mysteries of his presidency.
Putin: New Russian Weapons Decades Ahead of Foreign Rivals
Russian President Vladimir Putin boasted about his country's prospective nuclear weapons Thursday.
Kremlin Aide Says Time, Place for Putin-Trump Summit Set
A foreign affairs adviser to Russian President Putin said that Moscow and Washington have agreed on the date for a summit.
Russia Says Evidence of Syria Chemical Attacks Was Faked
Russia said the U.S. has relied on fabricated evidence to accuse the Syrian government of launching chemical attacks.
Russia: US Did Not Violate Red Lines During Syria Strikes
Russia's foreign minister said that the U.S. sought out Moscow's positions in Syria when it launched air strikes last week.
Analysis: Putin Sits Back as US, Allies Strike Syria
Putin's cautious response won't undermine his gains in Syria or erode his authority at home.
Russia Says Alleged Chemical Attack in Syria Staged by UK
The Russian Defense Ministry accused Britain of staging a fake chemical attack in the Syrian town of Douma last weekend.
Russia Responds Quid Pro Quo to Diplomats' Expulsions
Moscow will retaliate to the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle by closing the U.S. consulate in St. Petersburg.
Most Popular Military News
Tricare Costs Changing in 2020
With the new year comes new insurance rates
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This Is the 2020 Veteran Disability Pay Raise
The official veteran disability pay raise rate increases are out -- but how much more will you get?
Criminal Cases Collapse in Alleged Marine Corps Human Smuggling and Drug Rings
The Marines' cases will be dealt with administratively, outside the military court system.
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The National Guard lost contact with the helicopter shortly after it took off on a maintenance test flight from St. Cloud.
Missing Black Hawk Helicopter Has Crashed, Minnesota Guard Confirms
The condition of the National Guard members aboard remains unclear.
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The account of sailor Brandon Caserta’s suicide prompted calls to reform the military’s mental health policies.
Air Force News
Air Force Eyes Lifting More Flight Restrictions for Pregnant Pilots
Air Force pilots know what to expect when they're expecting: a whole lot of time on the ground.
Fired Air Force Academy Commandant Plans to File Complaint
The former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy plans to file a complaint over her firing earlier this year.
Air Force F-35 Simulator Will Let Pilots Fly in Formation, Talk to Other Aircraft
The U.S. Air Force will get its first F-35 Lightning II distributed mission training simulator system this spring.
Marine Corps News
Whistleblower Lawsuit Claims Defense Contractor Defrauded Pentagon of $1.3 Billion in MRAP Deal
The company is accused of vastly overcharging for components of vehicles used by troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Marine Arrested by US Border Patrol, Accused of Bringing Migrants Across Border
The Marine is being held in civilian custody. Border Patrol and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service are investigating.
Marine Vet Duncan Hunter Pleads Guilty in Campaign Finance Scandal
Former prosecutor Jason Forge said under the terms of the deal it’s likely Hunter will serve about a year in prison.
Coast Guard News
US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
17 Migrants Rescued by Coast Guard After Trying to Enter US on Thanksgiving
Authorities removed 14 Haitian migrants and three Bahamian migrants.