Toys R Us Closure Hits Toys for Tots Hard
The toy giant's decision to close its stores this year left some huge holes for the annual charity drive to fill.
Military Families Angry About Damage, Thefts During Moves
More than 100,000 people have signed an online petition demanding improvement to a system that costs $2.2 billion annually.
Coast Guard Report: Captain Errors Led Up To El Faro Sinking
A Coast Guard report says the primary cause of the 2015 sinking of the El Faro was the captain underestimating a hurricane.
President Kennedy's Florida Nuke Bunker Could Be Shuttered
The bunker where President John F. Kennedy would have been whisked if World War III erupted while he vacationed in Florida ma...
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Sgt. 1st Class Ethan Carpenter died March 15 while conducting "routine military free-fall training."
Pentagon IG Investigating Acting SecDef Over Possible Ethics Violations
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed the request alleging Shanahan violated rules by promoting Boeing.
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The soldiers were killed Friday in Kunduz province, Afghanistan.
Sikorsky-Boeing's Futuristic Defiant Rotorcraft Completes First Flight
After just over a year of delays, the Sikorsky-Boeing SB>1 Defiant helicopter has completed its first test flight.
Army Scaling Back Recruiting Goals After Missing Target, Under Secretary Says
The service significantly lowered its recruiting goals after missing last year's recruiting target by about 6,000 soldiers.
Navy Says it Has Made Almost All Changes Recommended After Deadly Collisions
Of the 117 changes recommended, 91 were put in place, according to a Feb. 25 memorandum to Congress by Adm. William Moran.
New Navy Destroyer To Be Named After Medal of Honor Recipient
The U.S. Navy announced that the DDG 130 will be named for Hospital Corpsman Master Chief William Charette.
Air Force News
Air Force Chief of Staff: To Our Adversaries, It Sucks to Be You
Gen. David Goldfein congratulated Air Force Institute of Technology graduates.
Pentagon Buying F-15EX Alongside F-35s to Preserve Diversity, Official Says
An F-16 jet would mean another Lockheed fighter, and the DoD wants to maintain a balance between the two large companies.
Repairs to Tyndall, Offutt May Delay Funding for Air Force Base Upgrades
Unforeseen storms that have slammed two Air Force bases in six months may force the service to dip into next year's budget.
Marine Corps News
Marine Found Dead at Camp Pendleton Guard Post from Gunshot Wound to Head
The Marine Corps would not release any additional information regarding the incident.
Marine Raiders Fire Back After Call to Disband MARSOC
Dissolving MARSOC would be a huge blow.
Marine Commandant Personally Invites MARSOC Trailblazer to Become an Officer
Neller has called on Marine leaders to help the service retain its top talent throughout his time as commandant.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Commissions Ship Named for Slain Petty Officer
Senior Chief Horne was killed in a confrontation with suspected drug smugglers near Santa Cruz Island in December 2012.
Coast Guard Eyes Changes to Physical Standards, Tattoo Policy to Retain Troops
The service plans to release results of a study on retaining female service members next week.
Coast Guard Still Grappling With 'Hangover Effect' from Government Shutdown
The service must tackle a $1.7 billion maintenance backlog, Adm. Karl Schultz said.