13th MEU holds at-sea memorial for Marine who died after falling overboard
The exhaustive search for New Hampshire native Cpl. Jonathan Currier lasted five days and covered more than 13,000 nautical miles.
Retaliation against military families who speak up about housing will meet with ‘swift action,’ senators warn
Families have reported attempts to silence them after they complained about unsafe conditions.
This congressman in the Air National Guard just got deployed to the border
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a five-term Republican congressman who serves as a lieutenant colonel in the Air National Guard, announced Wednesday that he will serve the in the ongoing border support mission for the next few weeks.
Black mold, rodents, lead paint in privatized housing: No rent until it’s fixed, military spouses say
Termites falling out of light fixtures, families getting sick and other problems are "disgusting," senator says.
How the Navy plans to deal with drug use and war crimes allegations in the SEAL community
Command's leader promises "hard discussions" about what's causing a series of scandals in the SEAL community.
Troops do not view immigration as a “national emergency.” Not even close.
Both immigration and Mexico itself were perceived as relatively small threats compared to more pressing concerns like cyberterrorism, Russia and China.
Hundreds of vets are suing over these defective combat earplugs
Hundreds of veterans are filing lawsuits against a government contractor that manufactured and sold defective combat earplugs to the U.S. military that didn’t maintain a tight seal and allowed dangerous sound to slip through, unbeknownst to the wearer.
Which construction projects would be affected if Trump uses military money to build a wall?
More than $21 billion in planned military construction could be disrupted by the president's latest gambit on border security.
US forces have 1,000 ISIS detainees — and don’t know what to do with them
“[It’s] a huge area of concern for us, especially because they’re being detained by the non-nation state that’s otherwise known as the Syrian Democratic Forces," the U.S. Special Operations Command leader said at a Senate hearing Thursday.
Should AFRICOM be holding an exercise in this country with a spotty security and human rights record?
More than 2,000 troops from 34 African and Western partner nations will participate in Flintlock 2019 at multiple locations in Burkina Faso, with an outstation in Mauritania, between Feb. 18 and Mar. 1.
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