Trump: Supporting Tiny NATO Ally Montenegro Could Start WWIII
President Donald Trump cast new doubt on his willingness to come to the defense of NATO allies Tuesday.
US Army Reverses Course on Discharging Immigrant Recruit
The U.S. Army has reversed its decision to discharge an immigrant reservist who sued when he was booted from the military.
Admin Punishment for Marine 1-Star Who Treated Aide Like Servant
The former IGl of the Marine Corps has been reprimanded for using his aide for personal errands during an Iraq deployment.
As UK Showcases Its Next-Gen Fighter, US Stresses Interoperability
The Ministry of Defence debuted its next-generation fighter concept, the Tempest, along with its future combat air strategy.
Navy Blocks Some GI Bill Transfers Starting Now
Sailors who cannot extend their service contracts are now unable to transfer their post-9/11 GI Bill.
Trump Talks Up Air Force One Design: 'Top of the Line'
President Donald Trump is talking up the planned re-design of Air Force One.
Behind Closed Doors, Gitmo Secret Court Talks about CIA, Torture, Rights
Details emerged from a review of partially declassified transcripts of Guantanamo's secret death-penalty case sessions.
Report: Army 4-Star Selected to Lead New Futures Command
A publication reported that Murray’s nomination to head Futures Command had been sent to the SASC this week.
Trump Corrects His Quote, Says Misspoke on Russian Meddling
President Trump sought to clarify his public undermining of American intelligence agencies, saying he had misspoken.
Marines' F-35B Fighters Headed to Middle East for the First Time
About 5,000 U.S. troops are sailing toward the Middle East with an F-35B detachment.
Russian Military Offers to Cooperate with US in Syria
Russia's Defense Ministry says it's ready to boost cooperation, following talks between Trump and Putin.
North Korea to Hand Over Up to 55 Sets of US Remains Soon: Reports
The return could come within two weeks, according to some sources.
US Naval Academy: New Hair Rules Don't Apply to Midshipmen
A Navy rule change that lets servicewomen wear ponytails and other longer hairstyles won't apply to the U.S. Naval Academy.
US Intel Chief Stands by Assessment of Russian Meddling
The top U.S. intelligence official stood by what he called "clear" assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Officials: In Policy Shift, US Open to Meeting with Taliban
The Taliban have long refused direct talks with the Afghan government, demanding instead to negotiate with Washington.
Is Advice Helping (or Hurting) Your Transition?
Lida Citroën responds to a common question from a soldier about to transition to civilian life.
Vietnam War Memorial Advocate Jan Scruggs Talks PBS Monuments Doc
Jan Scruggs, credited as the driving force behind the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, talks to us about "10 Monuments That Changed...
Navy Veteran Uses New Business to Help Vets Return to Civilian Life
Military Talent Partners helps vets, their spouses and Gold Star Family members understand the differences between military a...
WWII Vets Reunite with Beloved Biplanes Before Pensacola Air Show
13 Stearman pilots volunteered to take 18 World War II veterans on a nostalgic flight over Pensacola Beach's emerald green wa...