Officers Censured for Bringing 'Embarrassment' in Fat Leonard Scandal
The censures were issued last week to retired Rear Adm. Richard Wren, retired Capt. Timothy Conroy and Capt. Charles Johnson.
Appeals Court Tosses Veterans' Lawsuits Over Burn Pits
A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with a judge who threw out the lawsuits against KBR.
Blue Is the New Orange as Guantanamo Preps for New Prisoners
Any new prisoner would be the first to arrive at Guantanamo since the CIA delivered an Afghan "high-value detainee" in 2008.
Russia Warns Against Trump's 'Alarming' Plans for US Space Domination
Russia on Wednesday expressed alarm over US President Donald Trump's call to create a Space Force.
Palin's Son Moves to Veterans Court Program After Assaulting Father
Track Palin was formally accepted into a diversion court program Tuesday after assaulting his father.
US Preps for Return of More than 200 Troops' Remains from North Korea
The U.S. military command in South Korea is preparing for the North Koreans to turn over the remains of U.S. service members.
Sailors Honor Pearl Harbor Survivor During One Last Visit
Ray Emory survived the early morning attack on Pearl Harbor that killed nearly 2,400 servicemen nearly 80 years ago.
Twin Brothers Reunited 74 Years After WWII Death at Normandy
Julius Heinrich Otto "Henry" Pieper, his identity recovered, was laid to rest beside his twin brother in Normandy.
2 USS Fitzgerald Officers Face Courts-Martial in Wake of Collision
The Navy will pursue courts-martial for two officers from the USS Fitzgerald in the wake of a deadly collision one year ago.
New US Commander In Afghanistan Has Army Son Who Could Deploy There
Army Lt. Gen. Scott Miller said the U.S. must sustain commitment to the war in Afghanistan.
Navy Investigating After Death of Sailor in Africa
A sailor deployed to Eastern Africa has died in a "non-combat related incident," the Pentagon announced Tuesday.
Airstrikes in Afghanistan See Big Spike Following Spring Surge
Fighter, attack and remotely piloted aircraft together dropped nearly 600 weapons in the month of May.
Army Confirms: These 5 Cities May Host New Futures Command
Army officials have been visiting cities that represent centers of innovation to find a home for the Futures Command.
Marines Begin Issuing New Night Vision Binoculars to Specialized Units
The Marine Corps is fielding new night vision binoculars equipped with thermal imaging that can help spot buried explosives.
Trump Administration Pulls US Out of UN Human Rights Council
Haley decried the membership of countries like China, Cuba and Venezuela that are themselves accused of rights violations.
Hey Space Force, We Found Your Uniform!
We've created a handy cheat sheet for the Pentagon officials tasked with coming up with the Space Force's basic military bran...
Most Tricare Fees Could Change Again in January
Out of pockets fees could go up or down under the plan highlighted in a new Tricare policy update.
Miss America Joins the Air Force
She announced her basic training graduation on Instagram.
What the Military's New 'Space Force' Could Mean for Spouses
No, you probably aren't going to have to PCS to space.