How long will it take to get a new defense secretary now?
With Patrick Shanahan's sudden withdrawal to take over the Pentagon, military leaders could wait months for a replacement.
Medal of Honor recipient praises revolutionary neck injection treatment for PTSD
“I feel like a million pounds was taken off me,” the Medal of Honor recipient said.
Combat veterans in jury pool for decorated Navy SEAL’s war crimes trial
Combat veterans from the Navy and Marines were among possible jurors Monday in the trial of a decorated Navy SEAL charged with killing an Islamic State prisoner in his care in Iraq.
US releases photos to bolster claim Iran attacked tankers as 1,000 additional troops to be sent to Middle East
In an effort to bolster its public case against Iran, the Pentagon on Monday released new photos that officials said show that members of Tehran’s Revolutionary Guard were responsible for attacks last week on two oil tankers near the Persian Gulf.
Heavily armed Marine arrested trying to enter Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska
The Marine was arrested with two semi-automatic rifles, a pistol, a suppressor, a bump stock,body armor and ammunition.
Critics protest plan for US military to use Galápagos island for anti-drug trafficking flights
A plan by Ecuador to let the U.S. military use a Galápagos island for aircraft on anti-drug trafficking flights is drawing criticism that the agreement would damage the archipelago’s unique animal and plant life.
Rockets land in Iraq’s Camp Taji, home to US military personnel
The Iraqi military says three rockets have hit an installation north of Baghdad used by Iraqi troops and where American trainers are also present. There was no immediate word on casualties.
Marines stress no-trespassing warning after unexploded ordnance uncovered from Hurricane Florence erosion
Marine base explosive ordnance disposal personnel already have detonated four 250 pound bombs on the island that had been uncovered by the storm.
Court allows a class-action lawsuit against VA for the first time
Previous attempts to force the department to respond to a large group of veterans complaints instead of individual cases failed to meet the court's standards.
Pompeo tries rallying foreign leaders in alleged oil attacks
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is reaching out to wary foreign leaders to frame alleged Iranian attacks in a Middle East oil shipping route as a problem for the world at large, especially for Asian countries vitally dependent on that oil.
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