The vaccine is being distributed in allotments by priority groups, explained DLA spokeswoman Michelle McCaskill.
The Defense Health Board has forwarded recommendations to the Pentagon to improve health services for female troops.
A wife says her husband has gained weight, is neglecting his hygiene and that his body odor has killed her desire for him.
The pilot program will determine whether Tricare beneficiaries will seek such care if they don't have to pay for it.
A vaccine developed at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research could enter human safety trials this winter.
The service is seeing whether new oral COVID-19 tests could be used to prevent outbreaks.
TRANSCOM undertook the research in order to determine the safety of DoD-contracted Patriot Express.
Some installation and operational commanders have also prohibited them within their units or on base.
Soldiers will always catch their Z's while they can, especially during lulls in continuous training and combat operations.
A U.S. District Court judge must decide whether a lawsuit should proceed against a defense contractor that ran burn pits...
Fully repairing the USS Bonhomme Richard would have reportedly cost $2.5 billion to $3 billion and take five to seven years.
The Pentagon, which had endorsed Asadi's bid to come to America, changed its decision and withdrew its endorsement.
A non-rate's Southern hospitality led to a VIP visit to her cutter -- from the premier of the territory of Greenland.
The 2nd Marine Division has tested about a quarter of its 16,000 Marines and sailors for LSD since the summer.
Retired Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III may become the first Black secretary of defense.