Whistleblower Lawsuit Claims Defense Contractor Defrauded Pentagon of $1.3 Billion in MRAP Deal
The company is accused of vastly overcharging for components of vehicles used by troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Air Force F-35 Simulator Will Let Pilots Fly in Formation, Talk to Other Aircraft
The U.S. Air Force will get its first F-35 Lightning II distributed mission training simulator system this spring.
Police: Man Faked Being an Army Criminal Investigation Agent
Eric Kappesser had pleaded guilty in 2017 for impersonating an FBI agent in Delaware.
Apache Pilot Killed in Afghanistan 'Gladly and Willingly' Accepted Risks of Deploying
Chief Warrant Officer 2 David C. Knadle was killed last month when his attack helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan.
Kim Jong Un Again Rides Horse Up Sacred Peak as North Korea Raps Trump
Mount Paektu and white horses are symbols associated with the Kim family's dynastic rule.
Three Dead, One Injured After Sailor Opens Fire at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
Two Defense Department civilian workers are dead and a third is in stable condition after the tragic shooting.
Criminal Cases Collapse in Alleged Marine Corps Human Smuggling and Drug Rings
The Marines' cases will be dealt with administratively, outside the military court system.
US's Afghan Peace Envoy Makes Surprise Stop in Kabul
Khalilzad met with several Afghan leaders, including President Ashraf Ghani, who repeated his call for a cease-fire.
Army OKs Brown Fleece Cap with Combat Uniform
Soldiers are now authorized to wear the coyote brown fleece cap while in combat uniform, if their commander approves it.
Navy Identifies Sailor Killed by Base Gate Runner
Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Oscar Jesus Temores, 23, was killed after a car crashed into his patrol vehicle at the base gate.
Awards Now Authorized for Troops Who Assisted in These Natural Disasters
Here's who is eligible.
US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
Pearl Harbor Survivor Gets Hero's Welcome as He Arrives to Mark Attack's Anniversary
Today, Lou Conter is one of just three USS Arizona crew members still alive.
SEAL and Marine Raider Accused of Murdering Green Beret to Go on Trial Next Year
Both men face a maximum punishment of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
'We Were All Sick:' Military Families Take Housing Horror Stories to Capitol Hill
Military families voiced complaints of dilapidated and pest-infested housing.
Here's How to See the New WWI Epic '1917' for Free
Get tickets to free advance screenings at 15 military bases, as well as local theaters in more than 40 markets.
The USPS 'Healing PTSD' Stamp Will Raise Money for Veterans
The stamp features a photo of a green plant sprouting from ground covered in fallen leaves, symbolizing the PTSD healing proc...
Tricare Costs Changing in 2020
With the new year comes new insurance rates
Florida Man Loses More Than 180 Pounds to Join the Army
Through cutting out soda and eating out along with walking more, Montijo has dropped over 180 pounds.