Hawaii Military Plans for Space Defense Race
The Defense Department already tracks over 20,000 objects in space, and that number is expected to increase dramatically.
Nonprofits Keep USS Arizona Memorial Open During Government Shutdown
Four Pearl Harbor nonprofits are shelling out about $18,000 a day to keep the USS Arizona Memorial visitor center open.
Fewer Pearl Harbor Attack Survivors Expected to Attend 77th Anniversary
Only about 34 World War II and Pearl Harbor survivors -- now in their 90s -- are expected for the ceremony this Dec. 7.
Navy Proposes Tripling Amount of SEAL Training in Hawaiian Islands
Naval Special Warfare plans to triple the amount of small-unit intermediate and advanced training in Hawaii.
Navy's Only Drone Submarine Hunter Arrives at Pearl Harbor
The Office of Naval Research plans to continue developing Sea Hunter into what could become an entirely new class of vessel.
Navy Divers Clear 250,000 Gallons of Oil from Captured WWII Nazi Ship
Twenty divers from the unit worked from the USNS Salvor to recover oil from the 697-foot Nazi warship.
Navy Officer Quickly Doomed by Error with 'Rebreather' Diving Gear
Navy officer Brian Bugge probably took a handful of breaths from his dive rig before he lost consciousness.
Remains of 64 South Korean Soldiers Returned in Hickam Ceremony
The remains that were returned to South Korea were part of recoveries made in North Korea between 1996 and 2005.
Air Force Couple Investigated for Child's Death
An Air Force couple who reportedly had financial issues is being investigated for the death of their infant son in 2016.
First Identifications of Remains Turned Over by North Korea to Be Announced
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is expected to announce two identifications from 55 sets of remains.
Crew of Crashed Black Hawk Became Disoriented, Army Report Says
Spatial disorientation contributes to about one-third of all Army aircraft accidents.
$100M 'Midway' Movie Remake Set to Film on Oahu Next Month
The new "Midway" -- a remake of the 1976 version -- this time will have Woody Harrelson in the role of Adm. Chester Nimitz.
Pay Delays for Flood and Lava Duties Irk Hawaii Guard Members
The sometimes lengthy wait for what's known as "after the fact" pay has put some Guard families in a financial bind.
Former Fighter Pilot Named Pacific Air Forces Commander
The former deputy commander of U.S. Central Command has more than 2,900 flight hours, including 120 flown in combat.
US and Japan Fire Missiles to Sink Ship During RIMPAC
The joint missile firing set the stage for what a future conflict with China might entail.
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For First Time in Recent History, a US Military Service Is Working Without Pay
As Coast Guard paychecks went undelivered Tuesday, the service's top officer urged its members to stay the course.
CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit
The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
Sacked Sub Commander Hired 10 Prostitutes in Philippines: Report
Capt. Travis Zettel lost his job on board a Navy submarine because of "a loss in confidence in his ability to command."
Here's Everything the Coast Guard Did Without a Paycheck This Month
"Continue standing the watch -- I am proud of your unwavering devotion to duty."
Wisconsin Kidnapping Suspect Was Marine Corps Boot Camp Washout
A spokeswoman for the Marines said Patterson lasted a little more than month in the Corps before washing out in October 2015.
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'Precious Son:' Army Ranger Dies From Afghanistan Combat Wounds
Sgt. Cameron Meddock died after being shot during combat operations Jan. 13 in Afghanistan.
Stanley McChrystal: Stop Fixating on Politicians, Focus on Nation's Problems
The retired Army four-star said the nation needs a break from its fixation on President Donald Trump.
Fort Hood Soldier Killed at National Training Center Identified
Army Spc. Octavious Deshon Lakes Jr. was killed in a rollover accident in an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
VA Renews Opposition to Agent Orange Benefits for Blue Water Navy Vets
Though legislation has been reintroduced in Congress, VA officials say there is no evidence to support the change.
Top US Navy Officer Urges China to Avoid Confrontations
Chief of U.S. Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson says he urged China to follow international rules at sea.
Navy Dumps Hazardous Substances into Puget Sound: Washington State AG
The U.S. Navy dumped the equivalent of 50 dump truck loads of solid material, including copper and zinc, into Puget Sound.
Air Force News
Air Force Study Shows Wrench-Turners Make Better Cyber Warriors
The U.S. Air Force is learning that wrench-turners, not computer geeks, may make ideal cyber warriors.
SpecOps Recruiting Squadron Helps Air Force Combat 'Runaway Attrition'
The service established its first Special Operations Recruiting Squadron last year to find next-generation combat airmen.
Mechanical Issues Cause Back-to-Back F-15 Emergency Landings in Kadena
Two F-15 Eagles from Kadena Air Base experienced mechanical issues and were forced to make emergency landing.
Marine Corps News
Two Marines Injured After Anti-Tank Weapon Mishap at Infantry Officer Course
A Marine student and an instructor both sustained injuries last week during a live-fire training accident at Quantico.
AV-8B Harrier Damaged After Engine Sucks Up Ground Wire
An AV-8B Harrier aircraft operating aboard the USS Kearsarge in the Mediterranean was damaged earlier this month.
R. Lee Ermey, Marine Corps Drill Instructor Turned Iconic Actor, Will Be Buried at Arlington
Gunny Hartman will be formally laid to rest with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery at 10am on Jan. 18.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Vet Sings the 'Gubment Shutdown Blues'
Walters recorded "Gubment Shutdown Blues" after he was told that his next paycheck isn't coming.
Coast Guard Members in Bahrain Feel Effects of Government Shutdown
The Coast Guard unit operates six Island Class patrol boats permanently stationed at Naval Support Activity Bahrain.
Coast Guard Food Pantry Assists 1,000 People as Shutdown Continues
Organizers of a pop-up food pantry at the Coast Guard Academy estimate they have helped close to 1,000 people since Monday.