The U.S. Army plans to roll out a mobile app for its squad leaders that will act as a daily playbook.
Tapping into a beer rating app allowed researchers to track military and intelligence personnel.
A New York lawmaker wants Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy to explain the service's decision to allow recruiters to use TikTok.
U.S. Army Reserve Command launched its first mobile app, designed to allow users to connect with other Reserve members.
The app eventually will allow sailors to read records and put in orders and leave requests.
Next month, Belgian troops are scheduled to be part of a multinational battalion, within a NATO operation in Estonia.
The DoD announced that U.S. troops can no longer use "geolocation capabilities" on personal or government devices.
U.S. service members will no longer be able to purchase ZTE and Huawei phones on bases, according to a DoD directive.
The Defense Department approved new restrictions for the use of cellphones and some other electronic devices in the Pentagon.
The Huawei phones could be used to gather sensitive information, according to U.S. intelligence agencies.
The deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 attracted a variety of far-right extremists who shared a devotion to Trump.
The Humvee was stolen from a National Guard Armory in a Los Angeles suburb.
The proposal to expand military exchange shopping privileges had been expected to be finalized in late 2020.
Many survivors will see at least $400 more in their Feb. 1 annuity payments.
Typically, about half of each class washes out during the final apprentice course because of its demanding nature.