Pa. Town Removes 'Hometown Hero' Banner Honoring State College Shooter
City officials removed a "hometown hero" banner that honored an Army veteran who killed three people.
Buffalo Soldier, 98, Doesn't Want Black Regiments' History to 'Fade Out'
A number of veterans have devoted their lives to spreading the legacy of the buffalo soldiers in the Pacific Northwest.
China's Antics in South China Sea Could Change Deployments for US Troops
New deployment locations and rotations in Asia could be on the way.
Pentagon Moves Closer to Outsourcing PCS Moves
A proposal would hand responsibility for shipping the household goods of about 650,000 families a year to a private company.
Retired General: Train, Pay Army and Marine Infantry as an Elite Force
Army and Marine infantry may be moving closer to being transformed into an elite force, much like the 75th Ranger Regiment.
Army to Buy $39.6 Million Worth of Pocket-Sized Drones
Soldiers can use the onboard camera to look around corners in urban areas or recon unfamiliar terrain.
Investigator in Green Beret Murder Case Charged with Stolen Valor
A decorated former Green Beret who has been charged in the death of a suspected Taliban bomber wants the charges dropped.
Trump Declares Emergency on Border, Opens Battle over Using DoD Funds for Wall
There's bipartisan opposition to "treating the Pentagon like a campaign piggy bank," one senator said.
Judge Halts Air Force's Efforts to Discharge Airmen with HIV
The service's treatment of HIV-positive troops was called "irrational, inconsistent and at variance with modern science."
ACLU Says It Will Sue over Trump Emergency Order
The ACLU says it will file a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall.
US Military Aircraft to Deliver 250 Tons of Aid to Venezuela Border
For the first time, military aircraft are being used, as the U.S. increases pressure on Nicolas Maduro to give up power.
Man Shot and Killed at Naval Air Station After Busting Through Gate
A man attempted to smash through a security gate, then charged personnel on foot.
Deployed Lawmaker Fights Air National Guard's Effort to Shrink Spy Plane Fleet
The Air National Guard may be looking to get rid of half its RC-26 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance fleet.
VA to Roll Out New Claims Appeals Process Next Week
Officials say the new system will allow for quicker decisions and clear the backlog of claims.
SOCOM's Iron Man Suit Is Officially Dead
Robert Heinlein gave America the most visceral description of powered armor for the warfighter of the future.
Special Forces Go Rogue in Netflix Heist Thriller 'Triple Frontier'
"Make no mistake about it: You guys need to own the fact that we do not have the flag on our shoulders."
The Best Military Discounts in San Diego
Whether you're stationed in San Diego or just visiting, there are plenty of military discounts to use while you're there.
How 'Game of Thrones' and 'Stars Wars' Inspired One Soldier's Modern Warfare Books
"Star Wars really is the universal war. ... That's what makes it so useful and powerful to use as a device to have a conversa...
PBS' 'Sealab' Remembers the Navy's Brave Aquanauts
Undersea exploration is just as dangerous as outer space travel.