Browse Washington bases, veterans assistance and military friendly businesses.
Congress wants to know if tattoos and piercings are keeping too many potential recruits out of the military.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Lyle Hendrick has a lot of stories to tell. The former Green Beret officer, who was stationed in Germany during the 1980s, fills rooms with his presence — thanks to his 6-foot-5-inch frame, booming voice and gregarious personality.
The Army is opening a new training center at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, that officials say will allow troops from the 3rd Special Forces Group and the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade to get an athletic edge over the competition.
Marine Sgt. John Carrillo’s had looked forward to his first-ever snorkeling trip when he hit the water with five other friends at Oku Beach, Okinawa, Japan, on a sunny Saturday in April.
An Army sergeant put his life-saving training to the test, reviving a seemingly lifeless child who had drowned in the waters of Hawaii.
It was Aug. 10, 2009, when Sgt. Adam Holroyd and his fellow 10th Mountain Division soldiers came under a coordinated enemy attack in Nuristan Province, Afghanistan.
The Navy has unveiled a wave of uniform and grooming updates — including multiple hairstyle updates for men and women, and guidance regarding earrings, high heels and smartwatches.
Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt is now the commanding officer of the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln — becoming the first woman to lead a nuclear carrier in U.S. Navy history.
Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Justin Rains had only completed accession training and field medical school at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, when he was sent to Iraq in 2005.