Army IDs Green Beret Killed During Free Fall Training Exercise
Master Sgt. Nathan Goodman, 36, died "during a routine military free fall" near Eloy, Arizona, according to a release.
Army Secretary Calls for Slowdown of Military Health Care Merger
The timeline to consolidate the services' medical treatment facilities under the Tricare managing agency was shortened last y...
3 Detained with Live Mortar Round at Gate to Pearl Harbor
It's not clear what the trio planned to do or where they wanted to go when they were stopped late Tuesday.
Institutional Failures Found at VA Facility After Veteran's Parking Lot Suicide
The IG staff found issues with the patient's care coordination and said it resulted in inadequate mental health assessments.
New Pentagon Team Will Develop Ways to Fight Enemy Drones
The DoD named the U.S. Army as executive agent for counter-UAS for all the services.
Hawaii-Based Marine Sentenced to 3 Years for Weapons Charges
A military judge sentenced a Hawaii-based Marine to a 36-month prison term on charges of possession of a modified firearm.
Pentagon Backs Trump's Call for $7.2B More from Military Funds to Build Wall
The Trump administration is planning to take $7.2 more from the military to pay for the border wall.
Former Navy Admiral Says UFO Analyses 'Inconclusive'
Retired Admiral Gary Roughead said that the UFOs that appeared on videos recorded in 2004 and 2015 remain a mystery.
Lockdown Ends at Air Base; Resulted from 'Misunderstanding'
The McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base was on lockdown Wednesday after receiving reports of shots being fired.
Iran Warns Europe as Diplomat Says Officials 'Lied' on Crash
Iran's president warned Wednesday that European soldiers in the Mideast “could be in danger.”
Russian Government in Shock Resignation After Putin Calls for Reforms
The resignation raises deep questions about the long-term shape of Russia's political system and the future of Putin.
Former Fort Carson Soldier Gets Life in Prison in 2018 Drug Heist Slaying
A former soldier will spend the rest of his life in prison after a 2018 drug robbery that ended in a deadly shootout.
Navy Captain Testifies about Drunken Fight that Preceded Civilian Worker's Death
Nettleton was removed as commander of Guantanamo Bay Naval Base following the death of a civilian worker in 2015.
New Army Program Will Make Sure Prospective Battalion Commanders Are Fit to Lead
About 800 majors and lieutenant colonels will start an assessment course known as the Battalion Commander Assessment Program.
Unmanned Vessels Won't Count as Warships in Next Navy Force Assessment: CNO
The Navy's new force structure assessment won't include new high-tech unmanned vessels the service has been testing.