Throughout the month, military families are honored and recognized for their commitment and contributions in support of our military and nation.
Once Homeless, Reservist Recognized for Helping Female Vets Find Homes
Jaspen Boothe has fought homelessness and cancer, and now she's dedicated to helping female veterans find homes.
Lawmakers to Army: Don't Award Bergdahl Back Pay
One hundred lawmakers are urging the U.S. Army not to award Bowe Bergdahl any back pay for his time in Taliban captivity.
Investigators Find More Remains of US Soldier Killed in Niger
U.S. military investigators found more remains of the Army soldier killed in Niger, the Defense Department announced Tuesday.
US Navy Announces Selects for E-7 Chief Petty Officer in Fiscal 2016
The U.S. Navy recently identified more than 4,000 individuals tapped for advancement to chief petty officer in the next fisca...
Airman Who Staved Off Ambush in Afghanistan to Receive Air Force Cross
A combat controller who acted heroically by helping stave off an ambush in Afghanistan will receive the Air Force Cross
Missing Engine Parts Caused F-16 Crash Near DC, Air Force Says
Missing parts caused an engine failure that resulted in an F-16C crashing earlier this year near Washington, D.C., a report f...
A-29 Super Tucano Crashes Outside Moody, Pilots Eject
An A-29B Super Tucano attack aircraft slated for the Afghan air force crashed in a residential area outside Moody Air Force B...
Marine Dies in Parachute Accident in Arizona
A U.S. Marine died in a parachute accident in Arizona, prompting the Marine Corps to suspend certain types of jumps.
Everything You Need to Know About Trump's 2019 Budget Request
President Trump released his budget request for fiscal 2019, marking the first step in a months-long process.
Coast Guard Budget Would Fund 1st New Heavy Icebreaker in 40 Years
The service asked for about $11.7 billion in funding for 2019, an increase of $979 million over its previous request.
Army Investigating Deadly Heavy-Duty Truck Accident in Florida
Spc. Luis E. Garcia, a member of the 53rd Infantry Brigade, died in the three-vehicle accident on Jan. 19.
Marine Who Died in Arizona Parachute Accident Identified
Cpl. Alejandro Romero died in a double-bag static line parachute mishap Monday in Coolidge.
Army Identifies Soldiers Killed in Apache Helicopter Crash
The U.S. Army has identified two soldiers who were killed when the Apache helicopter they were flying crashed Saturday.
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VA Disability Compensation Rates See Largest Increase in 7 Years
Stand by for the largest increase in disability benefits since 2012
Fathers of 3 Green Berets Killed in Jordan File Lawsuit Alleging Cover-Up
The fathers of three U.S. troops killed in Jordan compared the deaths of their sons to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
All Military Services Get Failing Grade in First-Ever Audit of Pentagon
SecDef Jim Mattis said the audit identified "multiple material weaknesses" but few savings opportunities.
Trump Says He Should Have Gone to Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day
Although protocols don't call for the president to attend ceremonies at Arlington, it has become a semi-tradition.
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Army May Stop Issuing Dress Uniforms to Recruits in Basic Training
The U.S. Army is considering issuing the new Army Greens uniform to new soldiers when they go to their first unit.
Love Triangle Cited in Fort Carson Soldier's Slaying of Fellow Soldier
One Fort Carson soldier shot and killed another after finding his wife in their bedroom with the other man, police said.
Pentagon Says Troops at US Border to Cost About $210 Million
The total would grow beyond the current estimate of $210 million if the active-duty mission is extended, officials said.
USS Sioux City Commissioned in Annapolis in Front of 4,000 People
It's been more than four years since construction began on the USS Sioux City.
US Navy Hospital Ship Stokes Tensions by Giving Venezuelan Refugees Free Care
Venezuela's ally, China, hastily dispatched its own hospital ship to the country in September, ahead of the U.S. mission.
Air Force News
Saudi Coalition Down '1 to 2' Tankers of Fuel Daily After US Ends Refueling Mission
The Saudi-led coalition striking Houthi rebels in Yemen is losing roughly one to two tankers worth of U.S. fuel per day.
US Air Force Surveillance Mission Moving to RAF Fairford by 2024
The U.S. Air Force is moving operations of some of its most sophisticated spy planes about three hours southwest in England.
Former Georgia Grocery Store Transformed into Air Force Lab
A former grocery store in Middle Georgia is now serving high-tech aircraft manufacturing for the military.
Marine Corps News
Ex-Marine Gunman's Life Was Both Unremarkable and Troubled
Ian David Long enlisted in the Marines out of high school and married at 19. Within five years, he was honorably discharged.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard and a 'Turtle Taxi' Help with the Rescue of Sea Turtles
Fourteen sea turtles returned to the ocean thanks to help from conservation groups and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Multi-Agency Drug Sweep Nets 49 Arrests, $500M in Cocaine: Coast Guard
The Coast Guard seized 226 tons of cocaine last year and brought in 708 suspected drug smugglers.
$500 Million of Cocaine Seized by Coast Guard Delivered to Port Everglades
The U.S. Coast Guard unloaded about 18.5 tons of cocaine, seized in international waters in a series of interdictions.