Dorothy Schmidt Cole, recognized last year as the oldest living U.S. Marine, has died at age 107.
The military’s top leaders have issued a memo to forces decrying last week’s Capitol Hill violence and reminding service members that freedom of speech does not give anyone the right to resort to violence.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has inquired with Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff about preventing President Donald Trump from initiating a nuclear strike in the last remaining days of his presidency.
Sgt. Jessica Mitchell's shooting death followed that of her 18-year-old brother in 2017, a report said
Troops based in Japan, South Korea and Europe were among the first to receive the vaccine amid rising cases of the coronavirus around the world.
The House secured enough votes Monday to override a veto by President Donald Trump of the National Defense Authorization Act.
Cheating at the U.S. Military Academy came to light when instructors saw irregularities while grading the exam.
"It is my honor on behalf of the president of the United States to announce that henceforth the men and women of the United States Space Force will be known as ‘Guardians,’" Pence said during the ceremony.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Lupita Hernandez is dedicated to changing lives and this year is no different. On Friday, she will begin a 250-mile run to honor fellow veterans who have experienced PTSD.
Mayor Eric Johnson proposed creating a Veterans Affairs Commission last month. It would help those who’ve served in the armed forces find jobs and get access to other city services more easily.
The Army on Tuesday said it had fired or suspended 14 officers and enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, and ordered policy changes to address chronic leadership failures at the base that contributed to a widespread pattern of violence including murder, sexual assaults and harassment.
The legendary pilot and retired brigadier general became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, it became one of the worst attacks ever carried out on American soil and changed the course of the country, spurring the United States' entry into WWII.
No World War II veterans will be on hand in Hawaii today for the remembrance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. It's another casualty of the pandemic.
Military leaders say several marines and sailors aren’t getting the message that drugs aren’t tolerated, and now they’re cracking down on violations.
The Pentagon says President Donald Trump has ordered most of the approximately 700 troops in Somalia to leave the country.
The USS Bonhomme Richard, an amphibious assault ship, burned for more than four days in July and was the Navy's worst U.S. warship fire outside of combat in recent memory.
U.S. military troops deployed overseas will enjoy more than 250,000 pounds of Thanksgiving food in a “grab-and-go” fashion, as the Department of Defense does away with traditional holiday gatherings in dining halls to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among service members.
Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller on Tuesday announced plans to reduce U.S. troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan, saying the decision fulfills President Donald Trump’s pledge to bring forces home when conditions were met that kept the U.S. and its allies safe.
Officials announced Monday that the Wreaths Across America event at Arlington National Cemetery and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home Cemetery next month will be canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.