Vets Wrongly Charged a VA Home Loan Funding Fee Will Get Their Money Back
The Department of Veterans Affairs is sending letters to veterans who erroneously were charged a fee for their home loans.
Google Expands Support for Veterans Looking to Compete in Fast-Paced Startups
Google's support will allow Bunker Labs, Patriot Boot Camp and Veteran Capital reach more veterans.
Marines Commended for Working to Save 2 Drowning Airmen in Japan
Three Marines have been recognized for putting their lives at risk to save two Air Force comrades from drowning.
Air Force Withholds $4.3M from Military Housing Operator After Reports of Falsified Logs
The Air Force has paused incentive fee payments to a company that runs its on-base housing at 21 installations.
No Telling How Long US Troops Will Stay on Southern Border: NORTHCOM Commander
The general in charge of U.S. troops on the southern border has no idea how long they'll remain.
US Troops Using Russia-Connected FaceApp Urged to Be Cautious
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants a congressional investigation into FaceApp.
War in Afghanistan Could Be Over in a Week, Trump Says
"I just don't want to kill 10 million people," Trump said in the Oval Office.
Venezuela Hits Out at Alleged US 'Spy Plane' Incursion
The claim came days after Washington accused a Venezuelan fighter jet of "aggressively" shadowing a U.S. intelligence plane.
Pair Get Up to 15 Years in Neglect Death of Korean War Veteran
A man and woman admitted to fatally neglecting an 85-year-old veteran and burying his body in the yard of an apartment house.
Babysitter Charged with Manslaughter After Death of Infant in Army Housing
Dixie Denise Villa was arrested after turning herself in at Honolulu Police Department headquarters Saturday.
South Korea's Claim on Warning Shot Firings Disputed by Russia
South Korean air force jets fired 360 rounds of warning shots Tuesday.
Nominations to Military Academies on the Rise for Women
From the 1994-1995 application cycle to the 2019-2020 cycle, it found 21% of their nominees overall have been women.
These Marines Are Becoming Crack Shots Thanks to Robot Targets that Move Like Humans
The new targets can charge, move in unexpected directions, respond when engaged and even shout in a foreign language.
Navy Identifies Sailor Lost at Sea from Carrier Lincoln
Aviation Electronics Technician 2nd Class Slayton Saldana was reported overboard July 17.
A Marine Called on the Commandant to Fix the Corps' Identity Crisis. Here's His Response
The commandant's vision is that Marines will be trained and equipped as a naval expeditionary force.
DoD, VA Partner to Offer Women's Health Transition Training
Women are the fastest growing veteran population, and they often don't use their benefits.
A Spouse's Perspective on Whether the Wars Were 'Worth It'
Were the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan worth it? Not to this spouse.
The 8 Most Useless Pieces of Gear Ever Issued
Not every piece of gear issued to the troops works as planned.
The Taste of Space: Buzz Says, 'Tang Sucks'
Tang was not made for space travel, but space travel made Tang famous.