Currently, 335 women -- 97 officers and 238 enlisted sailors -- are serving on submarines.
Female veterans use VA services less often than their counterparts. This new program aims to fix that.
A landmark bill designed to improve women's health services in the VA took a step closer to becoming law.
Angela Madsen had been at sea for 59 days.
It is designed to help develop gender-based treatments.
Women were first able to serve as permanent, regular members of the services in 1948.
The program allowed women to do men's non-combat duties so that they could be sent off to the frontlines faster.
For the past 17 years, the B-52’s cockpit has been Lt. Col Heather Decker's office.
General Linda Singh recently retired from her position as adjutant general of the Maryland Military Department.
A retired Navy nurse with no family left a huge sum to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
USAA Federal Savings Bank is part of USAA, which has about 13 million military and veteran-affiliated members.
The Army has said they are looking into the soldier’s actions for potential safety violations.
Two senators say the new Army Combat Fitness Test sets unrealistic standards for some soldiers.
The Marine Corps has officially retired the AH-1W Super Cobra helicopter.