Only two states — Ohio and California — did not make or exceed their retention goals for the Army Guard.
The Army is tweaking its retention program for next fiscal year, which starts Oct. 1, reducing soldiers' reenlistment options...
With 10 years of war winding down, the focus is now, more than ever, on retention of quality soldiers.
The Navy is ditching mantras like, "Family didn't come in your seabag, shipmate," to appeal to new generations.
While only a few can benefit this fiscal year, about 45% of soldiers eligible to reenlist in fiscal 2020 can take advantage.
The Marine Corps is gearing up for a complex fight by adding infantry squad leaders, special operators and cyber Marines.
The effort is an attempt to retain more mid-career airmen who have the experience and talent the service is looking for.
The number of U.S. troops being reviewed under the Pentagon's new deploy-or-out policy is likely to change in coming weeks .
The Air Force is sending a clear message: Re-enlisting with a dinosaur puppet on your right hand isn't funny.
The test the Corps wants would be given to Marines who are re-enlisting, when they take on more significant leadership roles.
Navy SEALs have conducted cold water training and other special operations exercises in the state's coastal parks for more...
The department has pledged to broaden in-home medical care and support and housing alternatives by 2026.
The latest batch of sailors brings the total number separated for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine to 45.
The accident left seven sailors injured while the pilot safely ejected and was later recovered.
Supporters of the bill touted it as a common sense measure that will help ease the transition to civilian life.