The findings come as the military tries to grapple with alcohol and substance abuse as it puts service members at a higher...
U.S. military commanders in Alaska have ordered alcohol sales to cease after 10 p.m. on two bases .
Parents tried making their teen smoke until he got sick, but that plan backfired.
A new briefing from Syracuse University finds the relationship veterans have with alcohol is more nuanced than assumed.
Combat veterans are one of the largest at-risk groups for opioid addiction, both from injuries sustained in the field or as a...
Thousands of troops stationed in the Republic of Korea have to abide by a new blood alcohol concentration limit.
"It's not a name -- we have a title. You are a Marine."
A study based on CDC survey results finds military personnel drink alcohol on more days than any other job.
Three commanders at one of the Air Force's lead pilot training wings were relieved of command in October.
Barracks and quality-of-life issues for soldiers are a top concern for Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston, the Army...
The bill expands health care and disability compensation for veterans affected by burn pits and other toxic exposures.
The Defense Department has had 40 members diagnosed with monkeypox, including 26 active-duty personnel.
Bribery is punishable under Article 124 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A dozen 1970s-era barracks are set to be demolished at the Smoke Bomb Hill area, impacting a wide roster of units, including...