The cost is certain to rise as about 19,500 Afghans remain on installations awaiting permanent resettlement.
Military bases are still housing about 19,500 Afghan refugees as they seek resettlement in the U.S.
The new measures require all personnel, even when fully vaccinated, to wear masks on base until a third negative coronavirus...
More than three months after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, about 35,000 Afghans are still housed at six U.S. military...
The Navy is investigating complaints of odor in the water system at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
The push to rename Fort Pickett and other bases is part of a national reckoning with centuries of racial injustice.
About 5,800 of the 9,000 Afghans were resettled away from the eight military "safe havens" nationwide with the support of the...
Naval Support Activity Bethesda in Maryland got an anonymous call at about 8:45 a.m. saying there was a bomb.
Afghan refugees will soon be arriving in the U.S. after a massive campaign to vaccinate them against measles.
The suggestions will be weighed by the Naming Commission chaired by retired Adm. Michelle Howard.
Navy SEALs have conducted cold water training and other special operations exercises in the state's coastal parks for more...
The department has pledged to broaden in-home medical care and support and housing alternatives by 2026.
The latest batch of sailors brings the total number separated for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine to 45.
The accident left seven sailors injured while the pilot safely ejected and was later recovered.
Supporters of the bill touted it as a common sense measure that will help ease the transition to civilian life.