Naval Air Museum Is Being Evicted over Contract Issues
The museum started exhibiting aircraft after the base was closed in 1999.
Navy Investigation Finds No Misconduct by Sub Sailor Shot Dead
Chief Petty Officer John E. Hasselbrink was shot through the door by Army veteran Gregory A. Farr.
Drone Delivers Parts, Medicine to Navy Submarine off Oahu
The new drone application comes with the Pentagon sharply increasing its unmanned-system funding and testing.
Army Zeroes In on Rapid Artillery Raids in New Era of 'Great Power' Competition
In comparing land-based capabilities, the Army found that its artillery was falling short of Russian and Chinese weaponry.
'Midway' Film Stars Expected at Pearl Harbor for Screening Event
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'Golf Ball' Radar Leaves Pearl Harbor After $24M Upgrade
The more than $2 billion radar, which operates from Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, is 240 feet wide and 390 feet long.
Gabbard, off National Guard Duty, Rules out Running as Independent
Gabbard, 38, has served more than 16 years in the Hawaii National Guard.
Jacket Found in France Tracked Back to World War II Vet in Hawaii
The jacket was purchased for $15 from a French farmer and ended up with the Seattle nisei vets hall.
Hawaii Destroyer Ignores China in 'Freedom of Navigation' Sail in China Sea
The USS Wayne E. Meyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of Fiery Cross and Mischief Reefs in the South China Sea.
USS Arizona Memorial Repairs Near Completion
The sunken battleship memorial, one of the most visited attractions in the state, sees 4,000 to 5,000 people a day.
Coast Guard Cutters Join Fleet in Rare Ceremony
The cutters Kimball and Midgett are expected to extend the reach of the unique capabilities of the Coast Guard.
Pearl Harbor Destroyer USS Michael Murphy Returns After 92 Days at Sea
It was an eventful 92 days at sea for the destroyer USS Michael Murphy, which returned Monday to Pearl Harbor.
Coast Guard Ramps Up in Hawaii with 2 New Ships
A dual commissioning of the two new 418-foot flagship national security cutters is scheduled for Aug. 24.
Hickam Airman Rebuffs Flak for Speaking Spanish in Uniform
The airman's stand against discrimination has gained some fervent support on social media.
Air Force and Army Practice Aeromedical Evacuation in Hawaii
The point of the exercise in interoperability was to practice rapidly treating casualties.
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Navy Denies Canceling Black Sea Op on Trump's Order
House Democrats released Anderson's testimony as part of a new public phase of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
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.
Arizona Looking for Military Personnel Owed $2.3 Million in Unclaimed Funds
More than 8,800 military personnel who were once stationed in Arizona have unclaimed money waiting for them.
Marine Donates His Uniform so Hit-and-Run Victim Can Be Buried in It
Veterans Samuel Jackson and Richard Dunn never met, but one Marine Corps uniform will connect them forevermore.
New Commissary, Exchange Access Delayed for Many Veterans
Disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients won't see on-base access for commissaries and exchange stores any time soon.
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Democrat Edwards Wins Reelection in Conservative Louisiana
A West Point graduate and former Army Ranger, the moderate Edwards focused on bipartisan, state-specific issues.
Bills Would Award Congressional Gold Medal to Army Rangers of WWII
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'Black Hawk Down' Veteran Dies at Age 64
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11 Sailors Injured in Fire Aboard Amphibious Assault Ship Iwo Jima
The ship was pierside at Naval Station Mayport, Florida, where it's undergoing maintenance.
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Air Force Special Tactics Chief Awarded Silver Star for Raining Hell on the Enemy in Afghanistan
Because of the danger-close airstrike Grove expertly coordinated, the team was able to recover a fallen teammate.
The Air Force Wants More Aspiring Pilots to Take Advantage of Height Waiver Program
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US Commander: Partnership with Kurds against ISIS Still Strong
Maj. Gen. Eric T. Hill said hat ISIS militants remain “a global threat” and that partnership with the Kurds is still needed.
Marine Corps News
House Democrats Call for IG Probe into Border Deployment, Charging Racist Motivation
The representatives said they and 30 other lawmakers sent a letter to the Pentagon IG requesting an investigation.
Marine Drill Instructors’ 'Unacceptable' Comments About Women Must Stop, General Says
The words drill instructors use have an "enormous" effect on recruits.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard to Reconsider Vessel Safety Improvements That It Had Rejected
A service leader said it will reconsider the measures in the aftermath of a fire that killed 34 people on a dive boat.
NTSB: Coast Guard Ignored Duck Boat Safety Proposals
Investigators say the changes might have prevented last year's Missouri accident, which killed 17 people.
Woman Who Scammed Coast Guard Veteran Gets 10-Year Prison Sentence
The woman was convicted of scamming an 82-year-old Florida veteran out of his life savings.