Wednesday's events shocked U.S. allies.
The Royal Australian Air Force declared that its F-35A Joint Strike Fighter has achieved initial operational capability.
A years-long investigation reported that Australia's elite special forces "unlawfully killed" 39 civilians and prisoners.
As well as the 39 killings, the report outlines two allegations of cruel treatment.
Some soldiers in Special Air Service and Commando Regiments in Afghanistan are accused of war crimes.
Divers removed the abandoned explosive and towed it farther out to sea where it was dropped into 1,800-foot deep waters.
The men had been missing in the Micronesia archipelago for nearly three days when their distress signal was spotted Sunday.
The U.S. and Australia said they will expand military cooperation as tensions soar with China.
The Marines will spend 14 days quarantined once they arrive to help prevent any spread of the coronavirus.
Anzac Day marks the 1915 landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli on the Turkish peninsula.
As DoD officials look into reports of military participants, legal experts weigh in on what charges they might face.
Jacob Anthony Angeli Chansley, a 33-year-old Navy veteran, refused to take the anthrax vaccine while in the Navy.
Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S...
Capt. Emily Rainey is scheduled to leave the Army in April after resigning her commission over earlier incidents.
The Marine Corps hit a milestone when three women completed drill instructor school at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.