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Pentagon: Defense Official Sexually Harassed Female Staff
The complaint was filed in February and Guy Roberts resigned in early April.
Pentagon Watchdog Investigating $400M Border Wall Contract
Mexico is not paying for the wall and, as of Nov. 1, Trump had built 78 miles.
Pentagon Tests Long-Banned Ballistic Missile over Pacific
The Pentagon flight-tested a missile that had been banned under a treaty that the U.S. and Russia abandoned last summer.
The Marines and Army Are Developing Longer-Range Rockets. Congress Wants Details
Lawmakers want to know more about what the Pentagon is doing to enhance the U.S. military's long-range artillery.
Fire on Russia's Only Aircraft Carrier Injures 11
The fire on the Admiral Kuznetsov broke out during welding work at a shipyard in the Arctic port of Murmansk.
Ukraine Has Received US Javelin Missiles, NATO Commander Says
NATO's commander declined to say whether the missiles had made it to Ukraine's front lines yet.
Military Surveys to Weed Out Bad Moving Companies Went Unsent for 6 Months
The survey is used by U.S. Transportation Command (Transcom) to rank movers' quality.
Leaving Army Colonel Husband after Alleged Abuse Could End Wife's Access to Medical Care
Ellizabeth will continue to require medical treatment -- treatment that will likely cease sometime next year.
Prosecutors Can Move Forward with Leaks Case Against Analyst
Daniel Hale of Nashville, Tennessee, is charged in federal court in Alexandria under the World War I-era Espionage Act.
House OKs Defense Bill, Parental Leave for Federal Workers
The sweeping 377-48 vote followed weeks of arduous House-Senate negotiations that finally yielded a bipartisan measure.
US Considers Leaving Smaller Number of Troops in Afghanistan
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told the committee that the U.S. military must remain focused on the counterterrorism mission.
Army 3-Star General Loses Rank After War College Plagiarism Revealed
An Army deputy chief of staff has been retired at a lower rank after an investigation found he had plagiarized.
The First Woman Has Made it Through SEAL Officer Screening
The Navy marked a first earlier this year when a woman completed Navy SEAL officer assessment and selection
Soldier to Face Court-Martial in Fatal Crash at West Point
The rollover killed 22-year-old Christopher J. Morgan and injured 19 of his fellow cadets.
FBI Has 'Control' Over a Dozen Saudi Acquaintances of Pensacola Shooter
About a "dozen or so" Saudi nationals are under the control of the FBI amid an ongoing investigation, DefSec Esper said.