President Trump signed a $670B defense spending measure that includes the largest boost to service members' pay in 10 years.
Family and friends have delivered thousands of messages to Capitol Hill to overturn a DoD rule that led to Kent's deployment.
Shannon Kent, the Navy linguist killed in Syria during a suicide bomb blast in January 2019, was posthumously promoted.
Navy Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent was killed last month by a suicide bomber at a restaurant in the Syrian city of Manbij.
A Navy rule and a previous bout of cancer derailed Shannon Mary Kent's plans and led to her fifth combat deployment instead.
An attempt to bring the Coast Guard legislation to a vote on the Senate floor was blocked after an extended back and forth.
A military judge has disqualified Navy Adm. Frank Caldwell from serving as the convening authority in Benson's case.
Garrett was recently listed as one of the next military officials in line for promotion to become a four-star Army general.
With the military funded into late 2019, the Defense Department might have to fill in the gaps for agencies that aren't.
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Sen. Claire McCaskill is calling for a probe into a website that claims to share nude photos and videos of female troops.
President Trump has donated a portion of his annual salary to establish a new entrepreneurship program for military veterans.
The House on Wednesday approved a defense spending measure to direct more than $670 billion towards a wave of DoD increases.
Robots might be taking over the world, but not on the Pentagon's dime if the two senators from Arizona have their way.
The Senate on Thursday approved a massive spending bill that would direct more than $670B towards a wave of DoD increase.
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The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
A pair of Navy ships have for the first time nabbed a new kind of Iranian surface-to-air missiles.
The Russian vehicle almost hits a civilian bystander who had been walking along the shoulder.
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The GBI announced there was "probable cause" to charge the Army sergeant in the death of Anitra Gunn.
Sikorsky-Boeing officials said the new aircraft design will be capable of flying at speeds of more than 200 knots.
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Lyuyou Liao now faces up to one year in prison for the misdemeanor crime.
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Lt. Col. Christopher Robinson and Chief Master Sgt. Justin Crockett were removed from their positions.
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The Coast Guard took delivery of the new cutter this month in Key West, Florida.
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waller explained the plans to remove the vessel with nearly 4,200 cars inside.