Troops of the Future May Ditch Night-Vision Goggles in Favor of Eye Injections
Nanoparticle injections could give warriors the power to see in the dark without the bulky goggles worn by today's troops.
Special Operations Osprey Squadrons Stand Up at US Air Base in Tokyo
The Air Force added a pair of special operations squadrons in Japan charged with flying and maintaining CV-22 Ospreys.
Army Astronaut Set to Blast Off on Moon Landing's 50th Anniversary
An Army Special Forces surgeon is getting ready to blast off into space on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
Colin Powell Praises Veteran Who Lost Leg in Afghanistan for Roadside Assistance
Anthony Maggert was on his way to an appointment at Walter Reed Hospital when he stopped to help Colin Powell change a tire.
Navy May Have Detected Signals from Marine Aircraft After Collision off Japan
The Navy appears to have detected "pingers" from a KC-130J tanker and F/A-18D Hornet involved in a deadly midair collision.
Many Chinese Think Americans Lack Resolve to Prevail in Battle, Expert Says
Lack of democracy in China means the nation's tolerance for losses is likely higher than in the U.S., Glosserman said.
Coast Guardsmen to Get Paychecks After All -- for the Time Being
The Coast Guard's official website warns that its members' Jan. 15 paychecks are not yet guaranteed.
US Urges Pacific Allies to Boost Military Presence in South China Sea
U.S. freedom-of-navigation operations are a challenge to Chinese territorial ambitions in the South China Sea.
Typhoon Trami Topples Trees, Damages Vehicles at US Bases in Japan
Yokota Air Base and Camp Zama appeared to be the worst hit, despite the eye of the storm traveling closer to other bases.
Special Forces Soldiers Fight to Grant Last Wish of Fallen Iraqi Interpreter
Barakat Ali Bashar shielded then-Staff Sgt. Jay McBride when a suicide bomber detonated his vest during a vehicle search.
Overseas Military Exchange Stores Thrive in Face of 'Retail Apocalypse'
Exchanges and commissaries don't face the same threats as stores back home.
New Technology Could Eliminate Long Checkout Lines for Military Shoppers
Exchange and commissary operators on overseas military bases are looking at technology that could put an end to long lines.
Futenma Commander Ousted Due to 'Loss of Trust' in Ability to Lead
The Marine Corps has relieved the head of one of its most important Pacific bases.
Japanese Defense Minister Expresses Concern After Osprey Crash Report
Japan's defense minister has expressed concerns about the safety of Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft.
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The U.S.-led international coalition said it targeted ISIS militants on the island, located in the Salah ad Din Province.
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The case marks the second time VA has been overruled on its interpretation of medical reimbursement policies.
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Former Air Force Chaplain Receives 30 Years for Molesting Altar Boy in 1990s
During a two-hour sentencing hearing, the former priest kept his head down as other victims spoke about their suffering.
Modular Handgun System Missteps Raised in SecAF Confirmation Hearing
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