When Janie L. Mines arrived at the Naval Academy the academy wasn't ready for women.
Until 1970, pregnant women in the military had a choice: get an abortion or get out. Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped change that.
She was the first woman to be a commissioned officer in the U.S. military and she ensured other women would be too.
Retired Lt. Col. Kathy La Sauce, known as a mobility legend within the community and the Air Force, broke barriers.
When you think "U.S. Navy," do you think "badass women?" Because you should.
Think the Coast Guard is just about boats and rescues? Think again.
Since starting the project, Air Force veteran Stacy Pearsall has taken photos of almost 7,000 veterans in 27 states.
Women make up 20 percent of the Air Force, 19 percent of the Navy, 15 percent of the Army and 9 percent of the Marine Corps.
From a computer genius to a popular sitcom star, talented women have made their mark in the U.S. military.
Queen Elizabeth II is the only head of state to have served in World War II.
Ron Shurer's life was remembered Tuesday as a many-chaptered love story of selfless giving.
The delivery of the first four ISVs is part of a 650-vehicle deal worth up to $214.3 million.
Two former North Carolina-based Marines were among three men arrested on federal weapons charges last week.
The move to create a separate institution will distinguish Space Force and its warfighting roles from those of the Air Force.
Scientists are prototyping a "close combat assault ration'' containing an assortment of nutrient-dense energy bars.