WWII Cadet Nurses Could Become Honorary Veterans
Legislative proposals would grant them discharges and an honorary title, but not full veterans' benefits.
Should Low-Income Military Families Get a Food Allowance? White House Says No
A provision in the House defense policy bill would create an entitlement to cover food and other needs.
New Military Suicide Report May Revive Debate Over Gun Restrictions
A new DoD report shows that military personnel consistently use their own personal weapons when ending their lives.
To Support Military Families, Pentagon Must Fix Fractured, Outdated Programs: Report
The National Academies of Sciences found that the DoD isn't keeping up with the changing structure of the military family.
Army Doctor to Blast into Space on 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing
Col. Drew Morgan will spend nine months at the International Space Station.
Veterans Wanted to Work at Military Exchanges Downrange
AAFES officials say veterans make great employees in operational theaters.
Appeals Court Affirms Bergdahl Conviction, Finds No Unlawful Command Influence
The majority found that President Trump's remarks didn't constitute command influence, but the defense team plans to appeal.
New Law Increases VA Home Loan Limits, Funding Fees
Non-disabled active-duty veterans will pay more, but they will also have flexibility in how much home the VA will back.
Report: VA Abandoned More Than 200,000 Incomplete Vets' Health Care Applications
A VA employee, Scott Davis, said the VA Health Eligibility Center in Atlanta continues to struggle.
New Data Finds Child Abuse, Neglect Still Underreported in the Army
The Defense Health Board is reviewing DoD policies to prevent and detect child maltreatment in military families.
House Advances Effort to Overturn Pentagon Restrictions on Transgender Service
The legislation still needs to be reconciled with the Senate's version of the national defense bill.
Badassery on Display: Coasties Seize Nearly 20 Tons of Cocaine
Vice President Mike Pence was on hand to congratulate the crew and watch Munro disgorge a mother lode of drug contraband.
Bills Would Expand VA House Renovation Program for Disabled Veterans
Proposed legislation would give seriously injured or ill veterans housing flexibility.
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The commandant's vision is that Marines will be trained and equipped as a naval expeditionary force.
Here's the New Marine Corps Weapon that Just Destroyed an Iranian Drone
The Marine Corps' Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, known as LMADIS, jammed an Iranian drone.
Despite Opposition, Gamecocks Pick Retired General as School's Next President
The former superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point said he is honored to be named UCS's next president.
Navy Corpsman Bought 27 Lottery Tickets, Won 26 Times
He beat odds of 1 in 1.8 million with his latest win of $1 million.
Air Force NCO Behind Racist Online Video Separated from Service
Geraldine Lovely, who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base, was separated from the Air Force on April 5.
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Soldier Restored to Ranger Hall of Fame
Sgt. 1st Class Wilton "Pappy" White was a pioneer in the Ranger world who would later become a legend among those troops.
Military Studies 'Hyperfit' Women who Pass Grueling Courses
Army medical researchers hope to uncover answers in a just-launched voluntary study.
New USS Indianapolis Commissioning Set for Indiana Port
The ceremony marking the ship's entry into the Navy's active fleet is set for Oct. 26 at Burns Harbor along Lake Michigan.
Navy Identifies Sailor Lost at Sea from Carrier Lincoln
Aviation Electronics Technician 2nd Class Slayton Saldana was reported overboard July 17.
Air Force News
Lessons from F-35 Can Be Applied to Space Weapons, Retired General Says
Like the F-35, future national security equipment needs to be able to execute more than one mission.
Marine Corps News
Former SecNav Applauds Marine Commandant's Call for 1-Year Maternity Leave
Ray Mabus, who served as Navy secretary from 2009 to 2017, said a revamped military parental-leave policy is long overdue.
These Marines Are Becoming Crack Shots Thanks to Robot Targets that Move Like Humans
The new targets can charge, move in unexpected directions, respond when engaged and even shout in a foreign language.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Rescues Eight People from Two Separate Boats in Key West
The U.S. Coast Guard said the rescues were made possible because someone had the proper safety equipment to call for help.
Coast Guard Cutter Provides World War II Aviator with Final Sendoff
His memorial service took place on board the Coast Guard cutter Oliver Berry.