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Remembering Lt. Gen. Hal Moore: Read the moving eulogy delivered by his eldest son

Hal Moore’s life was a love story. Now, love. Love is not the word that comes readily to mind when s…

Mattis to decide soon on U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he plans to make some decisions soon on whether to recommend…

Pentagon refutes reports Trump's Navy secretary pick is about to withdraw

Philip Bilden "remains fully committed," a spokesman for Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday.

Your new Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force talks promotions, enlisted pilots, dwell time and more

The Air Force’s newest top enlisted leader, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright, do…

Experts: Military readiness depends on better firepower

Analysts say upgrades and new research on munitions is needed to give U.S. forces the edge over pote…

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Remembering Lt. Gen. Hal Moore: Read the moving eulogy delivered by his eldest son

Hal Moore’s life was a love story. Now, love. Love is not the word that comes readily to mind when s…

Mattis to decide soon on U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he plans to make some decisions soon on whether to recommend…

Pentagon refutes reports Trump's Navy secretary pick is about to withdraw

Philip Bilden "remains fully committed," a spokesman for Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday.

Your new Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force talks promotions, enlisted pilots, dwell time and more

The Air Force’s newest top enlisted leader, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright, do…

Experts: Military readiness depends on better firepower

Analysts say upgrades and new research on munitions is needed to give U.S. forces the edge over pote…

Germany: No plans to add U.S. to group solving Ukraine crisis

Germany's foreign minister says there are no plans to add the U.S. to the group of countries that ha…

Senator wants answers on vacant POW/MIA recovery post

The director job has been open for nine months, leading to concerns about reform efforts in the offi…

Air Force bids farewell to Chief Cody, welcomes 18th CMSAF Kaleth Wright

James Cody, the 17th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, bid farewell to the Air Force after mor…

Today in history: Marines, soliders land on Eniwetok

Also today, China launches a punitive expedition into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

Air Force official cautions against increasing F-35 buy rate

A sharp hike in the number of F-35As purchased in the near term could increase the overall price of…

White House denies reports of mobilizing National Guard for immigration roundups

Spokesman Sean Spicer says a draft memo that suggests the plan is not from the administration.

U.S. Navy test fires Trident missile as tensions heat up with Russia and North Korea

The U.S. Navy says it conducted a test launch of its Trident II D5 missile from an Ohio class ballis…

Thornberry: Sending more troops to Afghanistan won't mean a march back to war

The House Armed Services committee chairman says "artificial" caps on U.S. troop levels are hurting…

'The Few, The Proud' on hold as Marine recruiting slogan

New Marine recruiting commercials will not include the historic recruiting slogan 'The Few, The Prou…

Industry offers come up short in Air Force's Huey replacement program

The Air Force’s UH-1N Huey helicopter replacement program has hit a snag: None of the potential offe…

Today in history: U.S. troops retake Corregidor

Also today, the Battle of Valeggio, the USS Philadelphia and the CSS Tennessee.

F-35 program chief downplays Trump phone call with Boeing CEO listening in

The Pentagon’s F-35 program director confirmed on Thursday that he was aware that the Boeing CEO was…

U.S. serviceman charged in Portugal with attempted murder, abduction

Portuguese prosecutors have brought charges of attempted murder, rape, abduction and assault against…

Military seeks $21M to clean lead-contaminated armories

The Oregon Military Department is seeking $21.6 million from the federal government to clean up toxi…

The military blackballed these Marines. Four congressmen are fighting to restore their honor

The hell these men have endured stands among the Afghanistan war's great tragedies.

The Pentagon could send conventional military forces into Syria

President Donald Trump wants to bring more force to bear on the Islamic State. This proposal appears…

PACAF deploys F-22s to Australia for training

The two countries will train together for three weeks.

Today in history: U.S. forces bomb Monte Cassino in 1944

Also, Fort Donelson, "Remember the Maine!" and the Boers

DoD reviewing relocation rules; family advocates raise concerns over system's flexibility

A Defense Department official says efforts by lawmakers to widen the window for military moves may r…

Regulators OK Army's radiation monitoring plan at Hawaii's Pohakuloa Training Area

Federal regulators have approved a radiation monitoring plan for a U.S. Army installation on Hawaii'…

Mistaken missile warning surprises airmen at Spangdahlem Air Base

Airmen at the 52nd Fighter Wing at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, got an unexpected Valentine's Day…

Gridiron general: Odierno talks safety, growth in new role as USA Football chairman

The retired four-star says without the game, he may never have found his Army path

Soldier, a WWII POW who saved hundreds by defying Nazis, nominated for Congressional Gold Medal

Tennessee's two U.S. senators are hoping to get the federal government to honor a Knoxville soldier…

Russian jets harass the destroyer Porter

In three separate incidents on Feb. 10, Russian fighter jets and and a maritime patrol aircraft flew…

Nuclear modernization costs: $400B over 10 years

That figure is a 15 percent increase from the last estimate.

Today in history: The ironclad Galena is launched in 1862

Also today, Britain's "Southern Strategy," Karadjordje and the Polish-Soviet War.

Airman convicted of murdering pregnant fiancee, could face death penalty

Airman 1st Class Charles Wilson III was found guilty Monday of the premeditated murder of his fiance…

WWII Navy vet overcame typhoons and a torpedo to become well-known academic

Carl Lee Davis grew up in a very small rural community in Kentucky, later finding himself on a ship…

Within Trump's National Security Council, Flynn's exit may be the first of many

The president's critics are leveraging this latest scandal to question his judgement and portray him…

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