The teenage dependent of a U.S. service member died following a two-vehicle accident that seriously injured four others.
Some service members in Japan saw a welcome surprise in their paychecks Wednesday.
The bombing pilot misinterpreted the proper target, selecting instead an objective almost 3½ miles away.
he Air Force tightened curfew at Misawa Air Base in northeast Japan after several alcohol-related incidents.
An Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon dropped a 500-pound dummy bomb onto the Japanese countryside late Wednesday.
Authorities urged U.S. military personnel and their families at bases on the Kanto Plain to stock up and sit tight.
Col. Rognald E. Christensen, the 35th Maintenance Group commander, relieved Lt. Col. Jason Moehle of his duties Monday.
Being a "Ranger" and having earned a Ranger "tab" is often confused due to the similarity of their names.
Once again, veterans will be given a financial break on money owed to Uncle Sam.
A SEAL Team 6 member who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the hazing death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar in...
Guard officials said that approximately 7,000 troops would likely remain in D.C. through the end of January.
Many survivors will see at least $400 more in their Feb. 1 annuity payments.