Planning Advances for Army’s Rugged New Personnel Carrier
The Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle will replace the Vietnam War-era M113 armored personnel carrier.
Carrier Sailors to Get Better Chance for Sleep Under Navy Policy Update
The change extends to all carrier sailors, not just those working in aviation-related jobs.
Marines Want Biometric Sensors for Tracking Troops' Hydration, Fatigue
The Marines are looking for a biometric sensor that will aid in warfighting functions through physiological metrics.
Number of Zika Cases in US Military Rises to 55
All of the cases were "travel related," meaning that the virus was not contracted within the continental U.S.
Air Force to Let Fighter Pilots, Crew Stay at Preferred Bases
The Air Force will give select fighter pilots and aircrew the ability to stay in rotations longer at select commands and base...
Judge Removes Flight Suits out of Injunction
A judge offered a curveball to a judgment in a lawsuit between former pilots that included a dispute over who could wear flig...
Firefighting Foam Linked to Water Contamination, Injuries Under Fire
A fire suppressant foam linked to the shutdown of two drinking water wells at Wright-Patterson AFB injured a firefighter.
Military-Themed Shows Invade the Fall TV Season
Navy SEALs, elite air squadrons and camo-clad foot soldiers combat a variety of enemies in several new military-themed series...
Air Force: No Involuntary Force Management Programs for FY15
Air Force officials announced there is no longer a need to conduct involuntary force management programs for fiscal year 2015...