18-Year-Old Marine Hopeful Dies After Fitness Test Run
He had hoped to become a Marine aviation mechanic.
SecDef Says He'll Work with VA on Vets' Environmental Health Concerns
Esper wants to "make sure [DoD] is doing everything we can to assist soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines as they transition...
Soldier Is First to Achieve Perfect Score on New Army Fitness Test
Maj. Timothy Cox, who serves with the 22nd Chemical Battalion at Fort Bliss, scored a 600 on the Army Combat Fitness Test.
Citing Health, Isakson, Chairman of Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, Says He'll Retire
The affable 74-year-old lawmaker suffers from Parkinson's disease.
Assignment, Space: How Military Spouses Support NASA's Newest Missions
While their husbands serve on the International Space Station, wives help NASA understand the impact of long separations.
Wilkie Promises No VA Budget Cuts in 2021 Request
"I'm the only member of the president's cabinet who was ordered not to present any budget cuts," Wilkie said.
Navy's Legal Review Is Overdue, Experts Say. But Will It Be Tough Enough?
The review was set in motion by a series of blunders surrounding a Navy SEAL's case.
Authorities Investigating 'Person of Interest' in Suspicious Deaths at VA, Senator Says
Multiple investigations have focused on a "person of interest" in the suspicious deaths of veterans in West Virginia.
US Moves FEMA, Coast Guard Money to Fund Border Programs
The news comes as hurricane season is ramping up and Tropical Storm Dorian is heading toward Puerto Rico.
As Turkey Threatens, US-Partnered Forces Pull Back from Northern Syria
The U.S.-backed SDF has begun pulling back and destroying fortifications in northern Syria.
The Air Force Isn't Planning to Nuke Hurricanes. Here's What It's Doing Instead
Using nuclear weapons against major storms has been proposed before.
Public Health Possibly Endangered at Fort Carson by 'Parrot Fever' Last Year: Report
Psittacosis is popularly known as parrot fever because it is transmitted from birds to humans.
Appellate Court to Hear Army Veteran's Fight to Keep Daughter in US
The age limit for a foreign-born adopted child to become a naturalized U.S. citizen is 16.
Navy Housing Survey Shows Poor Rank for Virginia's Hampton Roads
Local respondents gave their housing an overall score of 61, or "poor," according to the survey.
Navy's New Top Officer Warns Sailors About Serious Threats on the High Seas
Adm. Michael Gilday cautioned sailors about potential adversaries gaining numbers and strength.
Air Force Football Loses 2 Top Receivers After Drop in Cadet Status
Cadets Brandon Lewis and David Cormier are not in good standing.
Why Streaming Services Are the New Credit Card Rewards Binge
When it comes to credit card rewards, it's not all about gas, groceries and restaurants anymore.
Mat Best Would Like to Thank You for His Service
Mat Best has delivered a thoughtful memoir about his larger-than-life experiences as one of America's most famous veterans.