Military.com's top photos of the week, June 6 - June 10
The new coverage year begins May 1; most will see their monthly premiums remain almost unchanged.
The Navy is standing by its policy, which does not provide patients with confidentiality and could mean that seeking help has...
Pigs provide effective practice for teaching how to care for those wounded in combat, according to Defense Department.
Several court cases have been winding their way through the courts with the goal of overturning the mandate.
The deployments have increased as COVID case counts have spiked across the nation.
President Joe Biden said he is sending 120 military medical personnel to six "hard-hit" states to provide relief.
The total of 65 doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists will be sent to hospitals in Michigan, Arizona and Pennsylvania.
Measures announced by the administration include the mobilization of military medical personnel to help address the rise of...
As the number of general surgery procedures done in military hospitals has dropped since 2015, surgical skills have declined...
Okinawa is marking the 77th anniversary of the end of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II.
An Army officer was found negligent and sentenced to four months in prison for failing to follow safety procedures at a Fort...
The employee, a patient advocate at a VA clinic in Atlanta, was arrested in April and charged with assault.
In 2022, Army CID says that it has already received 61 reports of sextortion nearing the year's midpoint.
Bonuses to help low-paid service members cope with rising consumer prices are a step closer to reality.