An opinion from the CAAF found that Nelson was wrongly convicted and sentenced on one charge: conduct unbecoming.
A law enacted on Aug. 1, 2019, declared the air space above Oktoberfest a no-fly zone.
The Navy is the first military service to reveal what leaders will cover during the military's upcoming stand-downs.
The suit claims that Saudi trainees knew in advance about plans for the shooting but did nothing to stop it.
Pvt. Ethan Melzer's attorneys say the lack of diversity in the jury pool violated their client's rights to an impartial jury.
Attorneys for the former soldier cite new information about the judge who oversaw his court-martial.
The ability for troops with extremist ideologies to serve openly in the military ranks is under renewed scrutiny.
Special agents from Army Criminal Investigation Command are investigating the allegation against Gen. Stephen J. Maranian.
The case landed in the Supreme Court after a federal appeals court ruled that the male-only draft is constitutional.
Rep. Andrew Clyde, a retired Navy commander, told experts that he's concerned about the push to screen troops.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin called the video "deeply disturbing" during a press conference.
It’s a tradition that’s lasted eight decades.
A Marine vet was issued a P320 as his service weapon to use as an officer for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Polar Star is the only icebreaker classified as "heavy" — able to break through ice up to 21 feet thick.