Air Force Orders Training, Safety Review in Wake of 737 Max Crashes
The Air Force's top general has ordered all commanders to review procedures and training for their aircraft.
USAF Academy Welcomes 9-Year-Old with Cancer as 'Youngest Cadet’
Je'Moni visited the academy as part of its "Cadet for a Day" program, in partnership with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Former Soldier Found Guilty in Deaths of Wife and NY State Trooper
Justin Walters was found guilty of 52 counts including first-degree murder.
Trump Says ISIS Territory in Syria Nearly Eliminated
Trump has previously announced the defeat of the group, but sleeper cells of fighters have re-emerged.
VA to Offer New Ketamine-Based Nasal Spray for Depression
The newest FDA-approved medication to treat severe depression will soon be available to veterans treated within the VA.
Offutt Air Force Base Cancels Airshow after 'Historic Disaster' Floods
Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, will not host an air show this summer after massive floodwaters crippled base operations.
Army Launches New App to Help Reservists Find Each Other
U.S. Army Reserve Command launched its first mobile app, designed to allow users to connect with other Reserve members.
Cost, Manning of Space Force May Grow, Shanahan Says
Shanahan said he envisions "15,000 to 20,000" individuals defending and protecting U.S. interests in the domain.
Cindy McCain Reveals Twitter Harassment Following President's Comments
McCain's widow and daughter have found themselves the targets of disturbing tweets following President Trump's comments.
Trump Tours Ohio Army Tank Plant, Touts Efforts to Rebuild Military
Trump returned to Ohio, the state that foretold his 2016 victory, with a tour of a tank plant, where he touted its expansion.
Army Bill for Public Records on Contaminant: About $300,000
The U.S. Army has put a price tag on releasing the results of water tests for a dangerous contaminant at installations.
New Navy Destroyer To Be Named After Medal of Honor Recipient
The U.S. Navy announced that the DDG 130 will be named for Hospital Corpsman Master Chief William Charette.
Man Who Caused Bragg Gate Closure Faces Seven Charges
The man who caused Fort Bragg's All American gate to be closed for several hours last week faces seven charges.
Air Force Civilian Employee Gets 4 Years in $1.5M Pay Scheme
Michelle M. Holt was also ordered on Wednesday to repay the money, which came mostly from faked overtime hours.
Navy Says it Has Made Almost All Changes Recommended After Deadly Collisions
Of the 117 changes recommended, 91 were put in place, according to a Feb. 25 memorandum to Congress by Adm. William Moran.
Dr. Phil Says You Can't Be Someone's Lover and Their Caregiver. He's Wrong
Can a couple balance being a full time caregiver with a romantic relationship? Dr. Phil says "no." Veteran caregivers say "ye...
Justin Verlander, Kate Upton Unite Service Dogs With Ailing Veterans
Justin Verlander and Kate Upton combined two passions, creating the perfect marriage to help veterans suffering from PTSD.
Air Force Vet's Jon Huertas' Worst Moment Came at a 'Black Hawk Down' Audition
Now a star of "This Is Us," Huertas made a suggestion that didn't go over well with director Ridley Scott at his "Black Hawk...
Grissom Air Museum Features Unique Warplane Nose Art
The woman named "Do It" has witnessed some of the most dangerous missions ever executed in World War II.