Why Is Guantanamo Seeking a Wheelchair-Accessible Three-Cell Compound?
Camp Echo has what Pentagon officials describe as "legacy issues."
Pentagon Shipping Jumbo Cell to Guantanamo Court for al-Qaida Trial from Bed
The Camp Justice sleepover plan represents a reversal in Guantanamo detention center policy.
New USS Cole Case Judge Quitting Military to Join Immigration Court
A military judge who was supposed to preside in the case has found a job in an immigration court, the second judge to do so.
War Court Judge Pursued Immigration Job While Presiding over USS Cole Case
Air Force Col. Vance Spath was presiding in the USS Cole tribunal and was looking for a way out.
At Gitmo 9/11 Trial, Prosecutor Gives Lurid Details of CIA Prisons
A Sept. 11 trial prosecutor on Thursday read aloud ghastly descriptions of what the CIA did to its prisoners.
9/11 Trial Lawyers Find Mold in Top-secret Offices: Could it Snarl Gitmo Hearings?
Defense lawyers in the 9/11 case arrived at Guantanamo to find a mold infestation in their top-secret work spaces.
Alleged al-Qaida Commander Taken by Ambulance from Guantanamo War Court
An alleged al-Qaida commander recovering from five spine surgeries at Guantanamo made it to court and lasted just 30 minutes.
2 Guantanamo Detainees Refused to Leave, Now They're Stuck, Commander Says
Two detainees at the Guantanamo prison who were cleared for release during the Obama administration refused to cooperate.
Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber's Lawyers
The court also ruled that the chief defense counsel did not have the authority to let civilian lawyers quit the case.
Alleged al-Qaida War Criminal Recovering from Surgery Stalls Gitmo Hearing
An Iraqi captive held at Guantanamo failed to show up at a hearing, stalling progress toward the war crimes trial.
New 9/11 Trial Judge May Preside Less Than a Year
The 9/11 case's long-serving trial judge announced his retirement and assigned Marine Col. Keith Parrella to take over.
Mattis to Send US Navy Hospital Ship to Aid Venezuelan Migrants
The move to treat refugees overwhelming the Colombian medical system is the first U.S. military foray into the crisis.
New Air Force Colonel to Preside in Guantanamo's Stalled USS Cole Case
A new judge has been assigned to preside at Guantanamo's stalled trial of a Saudi man.
Behind Closed Doors, Gitmo Secret Court Talks about CIA, Torture, Rights
Details emerged from a review of partially declassified transcripts of Guantanamo's secret death-penalty case sessions.
Frustrated USS Cole Case Judge Retiring from Military Service
The military judge who ordered a Marine general to serve 21 days confinement in a Guantanamo trailer park is retiring.
Most Popular Military News
Should Low-Income Military Families Get a Food Allowance? White House Says No
A provision in the House defense policy bill would create an entitlement to cover food and other needs.
Here's the New Marine Corps Weapon that Just Destroyed an Iranian Drone
The Marine Corps' Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, known as LMADIS, jammed an Iranian drone.
Lawmaker Orders Investigation into 'Pink Tax' on Women's Military Uniforms
A bill in Congress would order a GAO report on whether there really are gender disparities in uniform prices.
US Marine Corps Asks Duncan Hunter to Stop Using Marine Symbols for Campaign
The service apparently wrote Hunter a letter asking him to immediately stop using the USMC Eagle, Globe and Anchor emblem.
Marines' New Top Officer Wants to Give New Moms a Full Year Off
The commandant's plan would drastically expand the service's maternity leave benefits.
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West Virginia Soldier Dies in Kuwait in Non-Combat Incident
The incident is under investigation.
What's Keeping Generals up at Night? Cyber Threats
America, the world's most computer-dependent nation, is especially vulnerable to cyber attack.
Norfolk Navy Airman Sentenced in Murder for Hire Plot
Navy Airman Uriel Gerardo-Olivas will also receive a dishonorable discharge.
Leonardo Helicopter Clears Final FAA Approval
If selected by the Navy this fall, the company would produce up to 130 helicopters at its Philadelphia production facility.
Air Force News
Former Air Force Pilot Lands Plane in All 50 States
Ronald Davis' recent flight in Hawaii represented the culmination of a 63-year journey to land a plane in all 50 states.
Eglin AFB F-35s Hit Their Highest Mission-Capable Rate
The 33rd Fighter Wing posted a 77.1% mission-capable rate for the 33 F-35s on its flight line.
Marine Corps News
Married Marine Colonels to Take on Separate Commands on the Same Day
During two separate Marine Corps change-of-command ceremonies Friday in North Carolina, Col. Ebitz will take the reins.
USS Kearsarge, USS Arlington Return Home After Deployment
The USS Kearsarge and USS Arlington returned to Norfolk Thursday following a seven-month deployment.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Cutter Provides World War II Aviator with Final Sendoff
His memorial service took place on board the Coast Guard cutter Oliver Berry.
Here's How the US Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life
Drug interdictions by the service played a role in convicting the kingpin.
Barry Drenches Gulf Coast, but Initially Spares New Orleans
Coast Guard helicopters rescued a dozen people and two pets from flooded areas of Terrebonne Parish, south of New Orleans.