Trump Warns Mexico over Guns Drawn on US Troops: 'Better Not Happen Again!'
The president's tweets come after several Mexican military personnel reportedly questioned U.S Army soldiers.
US Navy Drafting New Guidelines for Reporting UFOs
The U.S. Navy is drafting new guidelines for pilots and other employees to report encounters with "unidentified aircraft."
Firebolt Crew Members Honored 15 Years After Tragic 2004 Suicide Bombing
Today, Firebolt is one of 10 Navy coastal patrol ships permanently deployed to Bahrain, along with six Coast Guard cutters.
SEAL Charged with War Crimes Being Investigated in 2010 Death of Afghan Civilian
Gallagher is awaiting a military trial on a charge of premeditated murder for allegedly killing a wounded ISIS fighter.
UN: Pro-Government Forces Kill More Afghans than Insurgents
The statistics reflects what many say is a growing problem in Afghanistan's brutal war.
Texas Soldier who Stole, Resold Shell Casings Gets Prison
Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Darryle Robert Bankhead was sentenced to 33 months and must repay nearly $118,000.
Iranian Parliament Labels Entire US Military as Terrorist
The bill confirms Iran's earlier label of the U.S. Central Command, also known as CENTCOM, and all its forces as terrorist.
The Untold Story of the Men Who Died on the USS Saturn in WWII
Through the record of the hearing, a memoir of a survivor and newspaper accounts, the story now is being told.
West Point Finally Getting Statue of Gen. Ulysses Grant, Class of 1843
The U.S. Military Academy will unveil its first statue of Grant, the 18th president, on Thursday.
Air Force Expanding Hypersonic Technology Testing at Two Indiana Universities
The Air Force is expanding its hypersonic testing facilities, relying on partnerships for its future experiments.
This Year's Tax Cut Cost Some Gold Star Families Dearly
Military widows and widowers who put their benefits in their child's name saw a significant spike in their taxes this year.
Two American Soldiers Stopped by Mexican Troops Along the Border
After a brief discussion between the soldiers, the Mexican troops left, and the U.S. soldiers contacted Border Patrol agents.
Fort Bragg Sergeant Killed in 'Freak Accident' While Skydiving
The victim has been identified as Justin Goff of Florida. He was an experienced skydiver.
Army Astronaut Set to Blast Off on Moon Landing's 50th Anniversary
An Army Special Forces surgeon is getting ready to blast off into space on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
Firefighters Honor Marine Killed in Afghanistan
A police-escorted funeral procession carrying the remains of Staff Sgt. Christopher Slutman left Dover Air Force Base Monday.
Removing Spouse Career Barriers: Libby Jamison
It isn't enough for Navy spouse and attorney Libby Jamison to just solve her own career problems.
Is Your Old IRA Gathering Dust?
A yearly checkup may be in order.
How to Build Mental Toughness
Stew Smith, Navy SEAL and Military.com's tactical fitness expert details how you can improve your mental toughness to achieve...
How to Decode Civilian Language for a Successful Transition
Lida Citroen, Military.com's veteran employment expert details how you can decode civilian language in the workplace.