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.
Russia: 5 Citizens Probably Killed by US Strike in Syria
Russia acknowledged Thursday that five of its citizens may have been killed by a U.S. strike in Syria.
US, Russian Officials Dispute Reports of Russian Casualties
U.S. officials said they had no information on such casualties, and the Kremlin did not confirm any Russian deaths.
Putin Thanks Trump for CIA Tip He Says Stopped Bomb Plot
"The information received from the CIA proved sufficient to find and detain the criminal suspects," the Kremlin said.
Russia Deploys New Missiles to the Baltic Sea Region
he Russian military has deployed state-of-the art anti-shipping missiles in the nation's westernmost Baltic region.
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Soldiers will be able to expect fairness from Sgt. Maj. Michael Grinston as the Army's top enlisted man.
Vietnam Veterans Who Died from Agent Orange Effects to Be Honored Saturday
On Saturday, 536 deceased veterans will be inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund's "In Memory Program."
This C-17 Crew Broke Diplomatic Protocol to Save a Life. Now They’re Up for Awards
The decision they made to head to Ireland to save the sailor's life got the Air Force's attention.
Navy Vice Admiral, Former Head of 5th Fleet, Died by Suicide in Bahrain
Vice Adm. Scott Stearney was found dead in his home Dec. 1, 2018.
Iran Fired Missile at US Drone Prior to Tanker Attacks: Defense Official
Iran and an Iranian proxy group fired surface-to-air missiles at U.S. drones in recent days, the official said.
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Colorado Man Arrested in 1987 Cold Case Killing of Fort Carson Soldier
Laboratory testing in 2004 and 2011 rekindled the case.
Army Investigation Found No Anti-Muslim Bias in Hijab Case
The Army debunked the discrimination claim, but investigators called for greater sensitivity.
Vietnam Vet Who Dropped Out to Join Army Gets High School Diploma 50 Years Later
He earned a GED while in the service, but always had a nagging desire to receive a diploma.
Female Team Leading Elite Helicopter Training Changes Command in Pensacola
Helicopter Training Squadron Eight trains 100% of all rotary pilots for the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps.
Navy Will Launch Combat Ship USS Minneapolis-St. Paul From Midwest Port
The ship will be christened and then literally dropped sideways into the Menominee River.
Air Force News
Air Force Academy Sergeant Faces Hearing on 10 Assault Charges
The sergeant is accused of a series of assaults involving a victim described as his "intimate partner."
Air Force Football's Leading Rusher Removed From Team
Cole Fagan has been removed from the team pending an ongoing investigation.
Marine Corps News
He Wanted to Apologize for Cutting Off Another Driver. It Ended in a Deadly Shootout
After a Marine Corps veteran accidentally cut off another car, he was ready to apologize at the next light. Two people died.
Wife of Marine Vet Rep. Duncan Hunter Admits Guilt in Campaign Finance Scandal
Margaret Hunter formally admitted that she illegally used thousands of dollars in campaign donations for personal expenses.
Marine Lieutenant Investigated Over Racist Social Media Posts
Yet another Marine is under investigation for posting racist material on social media, the sixth known case since 2018.
Coast Guard News
Hoax 'Mayday' Distress Caller Vexes Coast Guard in Maryland
The caller is recorded saying they are "going down with the ship" and "mayday, mayday, mayday," along with profanities.
4 Jamaican Fishermen Detained on Coast Guard Ships
The Coast Guard said officers interdicting the vessel in 2017 saw the crew toss packages of marijuana into the water.
Coast Guard Strips Gender-Specific Pronouns from Evals, Promotion Board Packages
The effort is one of many initiatives designed to improve equality and retain women in the service.