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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CBO Suggests Raising Tricare Fees, Cutting Veteran Benefits to Slash Deficit
The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
Sig Sauer Live-Fires its Hard-Hitting New Ultra-Light Machine Gun
It's similar to the gun Sig is developing as a candidate to replace the Army's M249 squad automatic weapon.
Act of Cowardice During Anzio Invasion Still Riles WWII Veteran
Milton Miller, 93, still remembers the cowardice of his platoon leader during the invasion of Anzio, Italy in 1944.
Strangers Rally to Attend Funeral for Vietnam War Veteran Who Died Alone
Peter Turnpu had no known relatives but, thanks to a local funeral director, he was buried with full military honors.
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Medal of Honor Recipient Charles Kettles Dies at 89
Charles Kettles, who received the Congressional Medal of Honor on July 18, 2016, died Monday. The war hero was 89 years old.
American Soldier Wounded in Manbij Attack Fighting for His Life
Capt. Jonathan Turnbull is being treated at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and is in serious condition.
Soldiers Total JLTV Days After Delivery
A photo surfaced on U.S. Army WTF! Moments showing what appeared to be one of the new vehicles on its side after a rollover.
Supervisor of Navy SEAL Charged in War Crime Case
The court martial for Lt. Jacob Portier began with the arraignment Tuesday at the Navy base in San Diego.
Navy First Service to Test Smartphone Access to Personnel Records
The app eventually will allow sailors to read records and put in orders and leave requests.
Navy Finally Has One Weapons Elevator Working on Its Newest Carrier
The bigger and faster electromagnetic weapons elevator on the new aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford is finally ready for use.
Air Force News
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base at Risk for Wildfires, Pentagon Report Claims
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is vulnerable to wildfires, according to a Pentagon report released last week.
As Russia, China Encroach, Airmen Work to Expand Comms Network in Antarctica
In freezing conditions on the southernmost continent, four airmen had one mission: Create an expanded communications network.
Kadena Airman Found Dead Was Member of 353rd Special Operations Group
An airman found dead over the weekend at Kadena Air Base was identified Tuesday as Airman 1st Class Jimmy Casillas.
Marine Corps News
Marines' Classic Hornet Jets to Get Upgraded Radar
The U.S. Marine Corps' F/A-18C/D Hornet fighter fleet is getting a radar upgrade.
Lawyer: Former Marine Accused of Spying Had Classified Documents on Him
Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine, was detained in Moscow at the end of December.
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Aid Societies Step Up to Help Retirees, Reserve and Guard Affected by Shutdown
An influx of donations has enabled Coast Guard Mutual Assistance to bump up the maximum amount a member can borrow.
As Shutdown Drags On, 'Coast Guard City' Takes a Hit
The town's residents are rallying around their own as the partial government shutdown has left the Coast Guard in the cold.
Cutter Deploys to Western Pacific As Coast Guard Remains Unpaid
"Alexander Hamilton would be proud."