Marine Corps Says $3.6 Billion for Storm Repairs at Camp Lejeune
Marine leaders are saying it will cost around $3.6 billion to repair the damage to Camp Lejeune caused by Hurricane Florence.
US Service Member Dies in Noncombat-Related Incident in Afghanistan
A U.S. service member deployed to Afghanistan died Thursday in a noncombat-related incident, according to a spokeswoman.
Japan Begins Reclamation at Disputed US Base Despite Protest
Japan's central government started main reclamation work at a disputed U.S. military base relocation site.
Body of Pennsylvania Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Back Home
Family members say all 24-year-old Staff Sergeant Jason McClary ever wanted to do was to join the Army.
Scientists Scour WWI Shipwreck to Solve Military Mystery
A hundred years ago, a mysterious explosion hit the only major U.S. warship to sink during World War I.
Move AFRICOM From Germany to Africa: National Security Adviser
National Security Adviser John Bolton said the command should be headquartered in the region it covers.
Report: Chinese Expert Calls for PRC Navy to 'Ram' US Warships in Contested Waters
The U.S. regularly sends vessels on freedom-of-navigation missions through regions in the South and East China seas.
Air Force Lifts Temporary Pause on Humanitarian Assistance Program at Tyndall
Base officials are now processing requests for permanent change-of-station moves.
Navy: Maintenance Backlogs Improving Despite Long Waits for Submarines
Navy officials sought to reassure lawmakers that the service's backlog for ship and submarine maintenance is improving.
Strasbourg Gunman Shot Dead by French Police
French police on Thursday shot dead a gunman who had been on the run since killing three at Strasbourg's Christmas market.
Pentagon: North Korea Slow to Negotiate over US War Remains
The slower pace appears linked to the more talked-about stalemate over North Korea's nuclear weapons.
'Blue Water Navy' Backers Press Trump to Pressure Senators
Seven groups wrote the president, saying his support could push Congress to approve the legislation.
Langley Secretary Pleads Guilty to Stealing $1.46 Million from Air Force
A former Langley Air Force Base employee admitted she stole $1.46 million, mainly by faking her overtime billing for 17 years...
Melania Trump Makes First Lady History with Ride in Osprey
Melania Trump made history Wednesday by flying in a V-22 Osprey aircraft and onto the deck of an aircraft carrier.
Navy SEAL Sues Roche over Malaria Drug, Claiming it Left Him Permanently Disabled
A former Navy SEAL has filed a lawsuit against the company that makes the anti-malarial drug Lariam, or mefloquine.
5 Navy SEAL Workout Recovery Tips
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert gives his advice for how to recover quickly from int...
UPS and the Marines Join Forces in North Dakota to Battle Childhood Illiteracy
This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the UPS store Toys for Tots Literacy Program.
How a Former General Motors Exec and His Marine Son Became Salsa Kings
Only five people know the top-secret recipe to Michigan-made Jar Head Salsa.
2,000 Gold-Star Family Members Go to Disney Thanks to Gary Sinise
Sinise's Snowball Express is a holiday season program that aims to help families of fallen service members.