US Military Cuts Back on Afghan War Data
The latest clampdown aligns with President Donald Trump's complaint that the U.S. gives away too much war information.
Coast Guard Officer Called 'Terrorist' Due Back in Court
Justice Department prosecutors plan to oppose any conditions for Hasson's release.
Hours After 7th Vet Suicide at VA, Officials Repeat Plea for Public to Help
The veterans suicide scourge is not just about mental health, VA officials say.
Army TRADOC Commander Confirmed to Take Over AFRICOM
Gen. Stephen Townsend, who took over as TRADOC commander just over a year ago, was confirmed to take command of AFRICOM.
Air Force Can't Start Storm Repair Projects at Tyndall Due to Funding Gap
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson on Tuesday said the service has been forced to postpone rebuilding efforts.
Marines' Boot Camp Units Could Officially Be Going Coed, Next Commandant Says
The first-ever coed training company graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island late last month.
Suspect in Nazi Bomb Plot Kicked Out of Army
An Army veteran accused of plotting terrorist attacks in Southern California was demoted and discharged from the military.
Venezuela's Guaido Takes to Streets in Military Uprising
Guaidó took to the streets with a small contingent of heavily armed troops in a bold attempt to lead an uprising
Gitmo Task Force Commander's Firing Comes After Criticism of Detainee Treatment
Rear Adm. John Ring said that detainees may not be receiving adequate medical treatment a day before his firing.
Corps Investigating Marine for Sending Boot Swastika Photo
A reservist is under investigation for posting a picture that showed Marines positioning their boots in a swastika shape.
Pentagon IDs Soldier who Died in Non-Combat Incident in Northern Syria
Pfc. Michael A. Thomason, 28, of Lincoln Park, Mich., died of "wounds sustained from a non-combat incident" in Kobani, Syria.
House Chair Plans Criminal Referral for Blackwater Founder Erik Prince
Adam Schiff is making a criminal referral to the Justice Department for the founder of the security firm Blackwater.
WWII Bomber Pilot Died Saving His Crew. 75 Years Later, His Family Will Bury Him
It's a story that involves the survival of Crouchley's crew, a prison camp, curious family members and a retired detective.
Tammy Duckworth Recounts First Trip to Iraq Since Being Shot Down in 2004
Last week, Duckworth returned for the first time to the place that forever altered her life.
Pentagon Approves Plan to Send More Troops to US-Mexican Border
The Pentagon says the extra troop support will cost about $7.4 million through Sept. 30.
Workout of the Week: Build Your Own Devil's Mile
Sterw Smith, Navy SEAL veteran and Military.com's tactical fitness expert details how to take on his version of the Devil's M...
Brush With Infamy: WWII Vet, 95, Oversaw Guards at Nuremberg Trials
Army Staff Sgt. Ralph Sykes tells stories of his service and his interactions with Nazi war criminal Hermann Göring.
Chris Young and Joe Thomas Join Salute to Service at the NFL Draft
Multi-platinum country singer Chris Young and future NFL Hall-of-Famer Joe Thomas entertained personnel from Fort Campbell, K...
8 Country Music Tearjerkers About Troops
You're driving home, the fuzzy country FM radio station sharpens a bit, and you hear the beginning chords of a song you know...