1st Female Marine to Complete MARSOC's 2nd Phase Is Leaving the Corps
Sgt. Bailey Weis made it through both phases of MARSOC training, but was not selected for the Individual Training Course.
New Pentagon Ad Campaign Asks Parents to Support Military Service
DoD is attempting to bridge an ever-widening disconnect between many Americans and the U.S. military.
Here's How the Air Force Hopes to Train 1,500 New Pilots a Year
Currently, the Air Force faces a shortage of roughly 2,000 pilots overall.
Female Marines Get Deadline to Wear New Dress Blues Coats
Female Marines have been issued a deadline for phasing out the open-collared dress coat they've worn for decades.
Army Opens Competition to Give Mobile Machine-Gunners a Better Optic
The optic will help gunners hit enemy targets faster and with more accuracy than ever before.
Marines OK Hurricane Reimbursements After Commander Declined to Evacuate
Troops who evacuated during Hurricane Florence could see some of their expenses reimbursed.
Air National Guard Identifies Pilots Killed in Ukraine Crash
Lt. Col. Seth "Jethro" Nehring and Ukrainian pilot Col. Ivan Petrenko were killed in the crash.
Play the Lottery: 3 Things Military Want to Know
Playing the lottery in uniform? Make a note of these military specific details you know, just in case.
Graphic Novel Series Recounts Heroics of Army Medal of Honor Recipients
AUSA teamed up with professional comic book writers and creators to launch the graphic novel series.