This sergeant became the first woman in the U.S. Army to earn a Silver Star for combat valor
Hester personally killed three enemies to her front in close-quarter combat.
Inside the process of confirming a Defense Secretary Shanahan
Patrick Shanahan expects to have his nomination "completed here shortly." But what does that process entail?
Trump blames Iran for tanker attack
Germany won't yet lay blame on tanker attack while Japan has ruled out a military response..
Derrick Miller’s supporters say the man he shot was a Taliban scout. Now they are seeking a Trump pardon of his life sentence.
“There’s no photos. No body. No examination of the body. No autopsy. I mean, really no forensic examination whatsoever," said ret. Marine Lt. Col. Colby Vokey.
US says Iran took mine off tanker; Iran denies involvement
The U.S. military on Friday released a video it said shows Iran’s Revolutionary Guard removing an unexploded limpet mine from one of the oil tankers targeted near the Strait of Hormuz.
Man pleads guilty in $20 million scheme to sell phony Chinese-made military clothing
A New York City man pleaded guilty Thursday to his role in a scheme that sold $20 million worth of counterfeit Chinese-made clothing and uniforms to the U.S. military and government in violation of federal law.
High school awards former airman and soldier, 75, honorary degree
Over his 40-year service career, Robert El Henicky took every opportunity to advance his education, eventually earning master's degrees in management and social work. But now he has a degree from his high school.
Stars and Stripes and strife: Americans’ especially close relationship with their flag
From the Revolution to the present conflict in Iraq, use of the flag has progressed from primarily a naval emblem rarely flown by patriotic citizens to a widely revered national symbol.
Chemical weapons destruction resumes at Colorado plant after shutdown
The Army has resumed destruction of obsolete chemical weapons in southern Colorado after a shutdown prompted by liquid hazardous waste seeping from a storage tank.
DoD council will examine how ‘wholesale’ changes in military health care affect troops’ families
Military medical system changes are expected to have a "huge impact"
White House releases update on global counterterrorism efforts
Libya has been excluded from a list of locations where U.S. military personnel are deployed and equipped for combat as part of counterterrorism operations.
Sexual assaults at military academies could be handled outside the chain of command
The move by House Democrats would set up an independent prosecutor to handle the crimes.
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