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Nov 23rd: Here's what's allowed. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: "The A-10 community is filled with incredible people doing exceptional things in an exceptional aircraft," Maj. Kyle Adkison said. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: Cpl. Joseph H. Gunnoe's unit was captured near Vossenack, Germany on Nov. 2, 1944. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: It’s the first time that the U.S. will have a staff solely focused on integrating military satellite- and radar-based missions into Pacific operations. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: "Devotion" premieres Nov. 23. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: Meet the "Devil duck" who could drink like a Marine. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: The carrier, which got underway on Oct. 4, and its strike group focused on air defense, anti-subsurface warfare, and distributed maritime operations. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: The Army-Navy game is Dec. 10. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: The Pentagon is seeking to give Ukraine what it needs to defend against Russian drones targeting the embattled country's energy infrastructure. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: The lawsuit alleges that the contract violated the Military Lending Act. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: Authorities say Fierro and Thomas James, a Navy petty officer, stopped the shooter after he began spraying bullets inside Club Q on Saturday night. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: The destroyer's crew seized 2,200 kilograms of hashish and 330 kilograms of methamphetamine on a fishing vessel. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: VA will provide two years of graduate level tuition in exchange for a promise to work at a Vet Center for six years. Read more ▸
Nov 23rd: Italy hopes that pooling maintenance will encourage users to send jets to its fledgeling F-35 maintenance hub at Cameri air base in the country's north. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: Officials are investigating what caused the landing gear to fail. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: A Fort Hood soldier has been arrested and charged after he allegedly fired a weapon recklessly in a residential area. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: It's been in the works since late 2020. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Thomas James is believed to have helped subdue the shooter on Saturday. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: Nine senior former defense officials and military leaders warn about national security threats America faces due to weaknesses in the Electoral Count Act. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: In the first of what is expected to be many biting short films to come, the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division blows up the Navy’s mascot. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: “Internal disagreements stay internal,” Lt. Gen. Christopher Mahoney said. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: “We get it, folks. We have seen the memes and the jokes,” Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne Bass said on Facebook. Read more ▸
Nov 22nd: The veteran and daughter filed their lawsuit anonymously on Monday against the government via a Boston-based advocacy group. Read more ▸
Prohibition on troops seeking redress for injuries sustained in service doesn’t apply
An evaluation of the Defense Department and its law enforcement organizations has revealed a lack of an active shooter response and training standard, which officials worry may ultimately “result in a delayed and uncoordinated response that could increase casualties” at military installations.
ABOARD A C-40 MILITARY TRANSPORT JET—Halfway through his tenure in charge of the National Guard, Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson’s quest to get all Guardsmen year-round health insurance has stalled.
An off-duty Virginia police officer who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan, 6, 2021, with a fellow officer was sentenced Thursday to more than seven years in prison, matching the longest prison sentence so far among hundreds of Capitol riot cases.
A Marine first sergeant was driving through a small North Carolina town when he encountered a man lying in a nearby field, bearing injuries after being hit by a car.
Paralympian and former Army platoon leader, 1st Lt. Melissa Stockwell, 42, deployed to Iraq in March 2004 with the 27th Main Support Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, after enlisting two years earlier. But after just three weeks in Baghdad, her life would never be the same.
EAST GREENWICH, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island National Guard has its first Black colonel.
In an excerpt released Aug. 8 by the New Yorker, authors Peter Baker and Susan Glasser — senior reporters for the New York Times and the New Yorker, respectively — reveal shocking details from inside former President Donald Trump’s relationship with top military brass.
WASHINGTON — As telecom companies struggle to complete the transition to the fifth-generation, or 5G, mobile standard, the Pentagon is backing an effort focused on 6G research and technologies amid a military-wide push to modernize communications and connectivity.