Defense Department Awards Boeing $14.3B Bomber Maintenance Contract
Boeing Co. has won a $14.3 billion contract to service all B-1 Lancer and B-52 Stratofortress bombers at Tinker AFB.
Peace Hopes Suffer Setback as Taliban-Afghan Talks Derailed
The intra-Afghan dialogue fell apart at the last minute in a row over the large number of delegates Kabul wanted to send.
Meet Captain the Cat: An Air Force Unit's Beloved Mascot and Mouse Fighter
The friendly feline joined the ranks as master mouser and emotional support animal for Barksdale Honor Guardsmen.
US Offers Japan Secret Info for Development of F-2's Successor Jet: Report
The U.S. has proposed disclosing some of the top-secret details of its state-of-the-art F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to Japan.
Racism Kept Some WWI Troops from Receiving Medal of Honor, Lawmakers Say
Bills have been introduced in Congress to review whether Medals of Honor were denied to African-American troops in WWWI.
Remains of 15 Unclaimed Veterans Get Military Funeral
But one man discovered that his father's remains had gone unburied for 31 years.
Crisis Averted: No Rifle Optic Shortage for Recruits at Boot Camp, Marines Say
Officials say the service has averted a shortage of rifle combat optic sights that was on track to affect new recruits.
Lawmaker Renews Push to Get Vietnam-Era Airman Medal of Honor
A California lawmaker recently introduced legislation to upgrade an award for a Vietnam-era airman to the Medal of Honor.
Officials Dismiss Idea that Rivals Might Try to Salvage Downed Japanese F-35A
Media reports have offered speculation about the potential for America's adversaries to find the plane first.
West Virginia National Guardsman Killed in Parachute Accident Identified
A Green Beret assigned to a West Virginia National Guard Special Forces unit was killed Wednesday during parachute training.
General Mandates 'Daily Routine' After Seeing Sloppy, Unshaven Marines
The April 16 policy letter expresses concern that members of 2nd Marine Division have let their standards slide.
Changes Coming to Military's Transition Assistance Program This Fall
Changes are coming to the DoD's program for transitioning troops, which is designed to boost veterans' chances for success.
Remains of Korean War Soldier from Tennessee Identified
Remains belonging to a soldier killed in the Korean War have been identified seven decades after he was declared missing.
Who Wants to Be the New Air Force Secretary? Perhaps Not Many
Experts warn it may not be so easy to find top-notch candidates willing to be the new Air Force secretary.
Air Force Base Investigating Master Sergeant's Ties to White Nationalist Organization
Schriever Air Force Base officials are investigating whether a master sergeant participated in a white nationalist group.
Army Ranger and Pittsburgh Steeler Alejandro Villanueva Brings the NFL to Ramstein
Alejandro Villanueva visited Ramstein Air Base this past weekend with a USAA Salute to Service NFL Boot Camp.
Brothers in Paws: A List of Military-Utilized Dog Breeds
We have more furry friends out there on the battlefield than you might think.
Pentagon's Military Kids Website Gets Face-Lift
The Pentagon website aimed at helping military kids has a fresh new look.
Iconic 'HALO' Master Chief Will Come to Life in New TV Series
Does Master Chief need to exist outside of the "HALO" gaming universe?