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Jilted Wife Wins $3.2M Judgment Against Army Ex-Husband in Revenge Porn Case
Elizabeth Clark's case said that she and Adam Clark, an Army major stationed on Fort Bragg, had been married since 2010.
Army Recruiting Leader Awaits Judgment After Using Nazi Death Camp Motto in Memo
An Army Recruiting Command leader has been suspended for allegedly using a notorious Nazi phrase in a motivation memo...
A Working F-16 Fighter Jet Is for Sale in Florida. So, What Can a Buyer Use it For?
For a cool $8.5 million, you could be the proud owner of a "fully functioning" F-16 A/B Fighting Falcon fighter jet.
Defense Department Officials: All CBD Products Forbidden to Troops
Despite the growing number of edibles, oils and tinctures containing cannabidiol, this substance remains off limits.
Navy SEAL Boss Orders Discipline Crackdown After Embarrassing Scandals
Routine inspections and tightened grooming standards are coming to the SEAL community.
Latest Military Videos
The U.S. Postal Service has released a new stamp honoring the Military Working Dogs. This stamp commemorates the dogs...
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The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory executed Project Metropolis II ,a Dense Urban Operations limited operational experiment 2019 (DUO19) at...
In this episode of the Video Marine Minute, Cpl. Taryn Escott tells us about the upcoming Marine One.
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.
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.
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.
IG: Admiral Who Was Set to Lead the Navy Used Personal Email for Official Business
Moran also corresponded with an officer removed from his post after allegations of sexual harassment.
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 News
Air Force's Latest Challenge: Getting 2 Muscle Cars Across the Atlantic to Help Spy Planes Land
Airmen are grappling with an unusual task: Sending a pair of Dodge Charger chase cars to the United Kingdom.
Air Force Master Sergeant Remains in Military After Investigation into White Nationalist Ties
Master Sgt. Cory Reeves maintains the same rank months after the service became aware of his alleged ties to Identity Evropa.
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.
Marine Corps News
18-Year-Old Marine Hopeful Dies After Fitness Test Run
He had hoped to become a Marine aviation mechanic.
LA Gang Members Convicted of Shooting 19-Year-Old Marine
Prosecutors say Oscar Aguilar shot Lance Cpl. Carlos Segovia Lopez in the head in 2016.
Coast Guard News
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.
Kodiak Coast Guard Parents Welcome Percival the Micro Preemie to the World
Baby Percival stayed in the NICU for 169 days.
As Part of Concussion Study, Coast Guard Academy Preps to Track Cadets
The study has collected data on about 40,000 student-athletes and cadets from 30 colleges and military service academies.