Just over a year ago, a Saudi military officer entered a building on Naval Air Station Pensacola and began shooting.
It found that the aviation training climate "likely increased" his chances of successfully carrying out the Dec. 6, 2019...
The Saudi officer who carried out a terrorist attack on a Florida military base began radicalizing as early as 2015.
The contacts between the shooter, Mohammed Alshamrani, and the al-Qaida operative were discovered on the shooter's phone.
The commanding officer of the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training in Pensacola was relieved of command.
Marine Corps commands have until Feb. 25 to complete rosters of all foreign troops assigned to their units or schools.
Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP, released a video claiming the attack.
During his visit to Pensacola, Esper met with first responders who ran into the building and returned fire.
Operational training for the approximately 850 Saudis at multiple U.S bases was suspended on Dec. 10.
The policies are a result of a review of vetting procedures for foreign students started after the shooting at NAS Pensacola...
As DoD officials look into reports of military participants, legal experts weigh in on what charges they might face.
Jacob Anthony Angeli Chansley, a 33-year-old Navy veteran, refused to take the anthrax vaccine while in the Navy.
Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S...
Capt. Emily Rainey is scheduled to leave the Army in April after resigning her commission over earlier incidents.
The Marine Corps hit a milestone when three women completed drill instructor school at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.