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Mar 20th: Army Tech Sgt. Matthew L. McKeon will be buried in San Diego, California. Read more ▸
Mar 19th: To keep holding Bakhmut, Ukrainian troops need to be resupplied, fast. Read more ▸
Mar 19th: In a new study the Pentagon has found higher rates of cancer among aviators than in the U.S. general population, and has further reviews planned. Read more ▸
Mar 19th: The launch was North Korea’s third round of weapons tests since the U.S. and South Korean militaries began joint military drills last week. Read more ▸
Mar 18th: On top of performing command and control for the U.S. military's response, a Marine task force helped build a 100-bed field hospital from the ground up. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of March 20, 2023. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: But it won’t be long before the Triton returns to the Indo-Pacific. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The Air Force Academy graduate flew combat missions in Afghanistan. He remained on active duty until 1998 and retired from the Air Force Reserve in 2014. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The U.S. government has approved the sale of dozens of Assault Amphibious Vehicles to Greece. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The results are most likely proof of the “healthy deployer effect” as troops are required to be in fairly good health to go overseas. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Despite the war's aftermath, these veterans remain proud of their service. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The report comes days ahead of the Iraq war's anniversary. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Turkey, Finland and Sweden signed an agreement in June of last year to resolve differences over the Nordic states’ membership. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Bratislava has no use for the old planes, but Ukraine can get them flyable again, according to the country's defense minister. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: His debut short story collection won the 2021 Veterans Writing Award. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: In the two decades after the U.S. invasion of Iraq began, public support for the drawn-out war dwindled, according to think tanks and research groups. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The game is being played by units and is available for order by anyone. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: The commandant also previewed his wish list, which will go to lawmakers later this month. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Soldiers must hit at least 80 points in each Army Combat Fitness Test category. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: “We need to be able to use a scalpel and not a meat ax,” said Harlan Ullman, the defense consultant credited with coining "shock and awe." Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Some sea service leaders made serious career headway on their professional pathways as a result of, or in concurrence with the Iraq invasion. Read more ▸
Mar 17th: Seven officers found themselves on an extraordinary stage in April 2003 as the 3rd Infantry Division’s 2nd Brigade brought the Saddam regime to its knees. Read more ▸
Mar 16th: The EPA on March 14 proposed new standards for six types of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known as “forever chemicals,” in drinking water. Read more ▸
Mar 16th: The divorces, wars, and military bases blurred together as they do in military families. Read more ▸
Mar 16th: Texas lawmakers are considering legislation that would guarantee National Guard troops on state deployment $500,000 in death benefits for their survivors. 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.