The DoD and the VA are providing daily updates on the number of confirmed and presumptive cases of the virus.
It's believed to be the first criminal case brought against nursing home officials for actions taken during the pandemic.
Wounded Warrior Project's annual survey of members shows a population struggling in terms of unemployment and isolation.
One unexpected benefit has been the evolution of stateside training.
The decision was made to protect the health and safety of the midshipmen, staff and faculty.
A Washington Post report illustrates how the military spent $1 billion designated for stocks of masks and other supplies.
Active cases of COVID-19 at the VA remain at less than half they were at their peak July 20.
Military dependents and retirees have through the end of June 2021 to access benefits using ID cards that expired this year.
As states develop plans for inoculating residents, uniformed personnel could be asked to participate.
She’s touted as a force to be reckoned with. After nearly a 100-year absence, a U.S. Navy vessel bears the name “Montana.”
The open letter, published Thursday morning by National Security Leaders for Biden, contains 489 names.
Families of those lost in the USS Thresher tragedy are finally getting a look at hundreds of documents about the accident.
The campaign of President Donald Trump released a letter from 235 retired senior officers backing his re-election.
The America Class amphibious assault ship was virtually commissioned July 15 at its shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss.
Three Marines and a sailor have been bitten by a coyote on the loose at Camp Lejeune.