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Two Spangdahlem Airmen Found Dead in Dormitory Room
Military officials at Spangdahlem are investigating the deaths of two airmen found dead in a base dormitory room Thursday.
Walmart to Pay Back Wages, Change Policies After Denying Navy Reservist a Job over Military Duties
The changes and back pay are part of a deal reached this week to settle a lawsuit.
Military Base Students Outperform Peers in National Reading and Math Test
U.S. military base students in fourth and eighth grades earned the highest percentage of reading proficiency in the nation.
Hikes Are Coming to Air Force Lodging Rates Worldwide; Some in Europe Will Be Doubling
The cheapest rooms at some lodging on Air Force bases in Europe will be $149 a night from Nov. 1, up from $70.
Hundreds at Ramstein Greet Stars and Watch Early Screening of ‘Jack Ryan’
Season 2 of the Amazon Prime Video series will premiere on November 1.
Flying Operations Likely to Resume Next Week at Spangdahlem Following F-16 Crash
An exercise to test the base's wartime readiness was stopped two days early following the crash.
Airman Jailed for Secretly Filming Women as They Showered in His House
The cameras were hidden in alarm clocks and smoke alarms and set up in the bathroom and guest bedroom of his off-base house.
Air Force Begins Flight Operations at Remote Post in Niger
Air Force C-130s and other aircraft began flying limited Visual Flight Rule operations into and out of Nigerien Air Base 20.
Ramstein Offers Families Base Housing in Exchange for Providing Child Care
Ramstein is rolling out a first-of-its-kind program aimed at easing the chronic shortage of child care providers.
Airman Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Another Airman, Stealing His PlayStation
On Wednesday, a military judge found Airman 1st Class Jordan Hickman guilty of sexual assault and larceny.
Air Force Appeals Court Upholds Sentence in Ramstein Cyclist's Death
An appeals court has upheld the negligent homicide conviction of a Ramstein senior airman found responsible for a cycling.
Students Design $1.25 Piece to Help Prevent B-2 Stealth Bomber Emergencies
One of the world's most advanced bombers is flying with a plastic switch cover, designed by Missouri high school students.
Room Rates Rising as Pentagon Cuts Taxpayer Funding for Base Lodging
Rates could go up as much as $75 a night, with variations by service, location and room type, according to officials.
DODEA Schools to Increase Class Sizes, Shed 300 Jobs in Bid to Free Up Funds
The Department of Defense Education Activity plans to increase average class sizes in its middle and high schools next year.
Ramstein Airmen Embrace Surprise Visit by President Trump, First Lady
More than 200 airmen waited to meet the president and first lady, who stopped at Ramstein on their way back from Iraq.
Most Popular Military News
'An Embarrassment to the Navy:' Modly Censures Chief Accused of Taking $10K in Gifts
The "Fat Leonard" scandal has resulted in bribery charges against several high-ranking officers and senior enlisted sailors.
Air Force Two-Star Fired Amid Investigation into Misconduct Allegations
The investigation is ongoing.
Air Force Captain who Fled Court-Martial Hearing Found Dead
Capt. Kevin Larson did not appear for a court-martial hearing at Nellis Air Force Base.
The Navy Once Called Him an ‘Unknown Negro Sailor.’ Now It’s Naming a Carrier After Him
The Navy's acting secretary is breaking with tradition to name a powerful aircraft carrier in his honor.
LWRC International Finally Makes Elusive .45 Carbine Available to the Public
LWRC International demonstrated its long-awaited .45-caliber carbine Monday at the range day portion of SHOT Show 2020.
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Illinois Town Sets Public Memorial for Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
The mayor said U.S. Army Spc. Miguel Villalon's death was "personal" to him.
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Military leaders have been sounding the alarm about security concerns over popular mail-in genetics kits.
V-22 Osprey Designed for the Navy Makes First Flight
A CMV-22B Osprey conducted its first flight operation at Bell's Amarillo Assembly Center in Texas.
Navy Carrier Lincoln Back from Record-Setting 295-Day Deployment
Thousands of sailors are in San Diego after completing the longest carrier deployment since the end of the Cold War.
Air Force News
After Successful Data Transfer Between F-35 and F-22, Air Force Plans New Tests
he U.S. Air Force plans to conduct additional tests at its combatant commands of a sophisticated data-sharing system.
Conservationists Worry that Mountain Home Training Expansion Could Impact Wildlife
The Air Force wants to lower supersonic flight floors in order to provide pilots with more realistic training opportunities.
Marine Corps News
US General Says Troop Surge in Middle East May Not End Soon
The top U.S. commander in the Middle East said the most recent forces to enter the region could be there for "quite a while.”...
Marine Raiders Led Counterattack to al-Shabaab Strike in Kenya: Reports
Officials with Marine Corps Special Operations Command and AFRICOM declined to confirm the reports about the Raiders.
Tamara Campbell Won't Stop Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence
HuffPost published a story about Campbell as part of a series of stories about domestic violence in the military.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Finds Body of Man who Went Overboard Cruise Ship: Report
The search for a Florida man who went overboard from Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas in Puerto Rico has ended.
The 'Little Coast Guard Guy' Makes Waves on National Level
Joe Rodriguez has excelled in the classroom and developed into one of the best swimmers in program history.
Coast Guard Hunts for Cruise Ship Passenger off Puerto Rico
Coast Guard spokesman Ricardo Castrodad said the incident involved the Oasis of the Seas ship.