Financial Tips for PCSing
Here are tips to make sure you don't pay more than you have to, and ways to limit the financial worry and stress of a PCS.
10 Things You Need to Know About Auto Insurance
Troops have special insurance needs, from storing vehicles while deployed to moving vehicles from one state to another on ord...
Benefits of a VA Loan in Today's Market
With mortgage rates continuing to hover at all-time lows and many homes selling at discounted prices, here's a run-down of ho...
Car Buying Tips for Military Personnel
To get the best deal, military servicemembers and their families need to be well prepared buyers.
Plan Now to Have a Happy, Debt-Free Holiday
As you get ready for the holidays, if you plan to join the majority of Americans who will search for ways to cut costs, check...
Understanding Home Equity Loans and Cash-out Refinance
Here are some tips that will help you identify the right time and ways to use home equity loans.
Six Smart Money-Saving Moves
Military families are no different from their civilian counterparts in that the New Year often brings a renewed commitment to...
Don't Go Without Renters Insurance
Renters and condo-dwellers are sometimes at greater risk of loss than homeowners -- they're subject to actions and accidents...
6 Ways to Build Savings After Transition
Servicemembers who transition or retire from active duty may be concerned about job opportunities, especially in our current...
How to Protect, Improve Your Credit Score
Military servicemembers who have security clearances need to pay extra attention to their credit ratings.
7 Tips for a Financially Healthy 2013
Here are some basic, easy-to-follow tips to finish off 2012 right and to make your 2013 a financially successful year.
How to Manage Rising Home and Mortgage Prices
Housing prices and mortgage interest rates are rising, making it more expensive than any time in recent memory to buy a home....
4 Ways to Budget for a New Baby
The birth of a baby is a joyous occasion for many couples. Unfortunately, for the unprepared, reality can soon crash the part...
Back-to-School Shopping Tips
The average family will spend over $630 this season. Increase your savings and reduce your stress with these tips.
Summertime Saving Tips
Even if you don't switch banks, you can still consider taking a look at credit cards offered by credit unions.
Most Popular Military News
Here's the New Light Machine Gun SOCOM Is Evaluating
The new machine gun has come a long way from the prototype that Sig unveiled at SHOT Show last year.
Space Force Offers First Peek at Camouflage Uniform
The United States Space Force has only one member so far, but it appears the service utility uniform is already well under de...
The Navy Once Called Him an ‘Unknown Negro Sailor.’ Now It’s Naming a Carrier After Him
The Navy's acting secretary is breaking with tradition to name a powerful aircraft carrier in his honor.
US Space Command Has Passed First Combat Test, Officials Say
Early warning capabilities helped protect U.S. troops on the ground.
The President's Actions Threatened US Troops, Veteran on Impeachment Team Argues
The only veteran among the House impeachment managers cited his oath to defend the Constitution.
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Fort Bragg Paratroopers to Protect US Embassy in Iraq
The 82nd soldiers deployed to Central Command's area of operations Jan. 1-4.
Destruction of Deadly Chemical Agent Sarin Begins at Army Depot in Kentucky
Full-scale destruction of the deadly chemical agent sarin began last week at the Blue Grass Army Depot.
Army's 10th Mountain Division Headed to Afghanistan as US Talks Withdrawal
The headquarters unit of the Army's 10th Mountain Division is headed to Afghanistan in the spring.
V-22 Osprey Designed for the Navy Makes First Flight
A CMV-22B Osprey conducted its first flight operation at Bell's Amarillo Assembly Center in Texas.
Navy Carrier Lincoln Back from Record-Setting 295-Day Deployment
Thousands of sailors are in San Diego after completing the longest carrier deployment since the end of the Cold War.
3 Sailors from USS Eisenhower Charged in Connection with Holiday Party Fight
Three sailors from the Eisenhower have been charged in connection with the Dec. 17 brawl at a holiday party in Norfolk.
Air Force News
After Successful Data Transfer Between F-35 and F-22, Air Force Plans New Tests
he U.S. Air Force plans to conduct additional tests at its combatant commands of a sophisticated data-sharing system.
Conservationists Worry that Mountain Home Training Expansion Could Impact Wildlife
The Air Force wants to lower supersonic flight floors in order to provide pilots with more realistic training opportunities.
Air Force Captain who Fled Court-Martial Hearing Found Dead
Capt. Kevin Larson did not appear for a court-martial hearing at Nellis Air Force Base.
Marine Corps News
Tamara Campbell Won't Stop Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence
HuffPost published a story about Campbell as part of a series of stories about domestic violence in the military.
Trijicon’s New Handheld Range-Finder Will Map the Wind for Extreme Accuracy
The Trijicon Ventus is the world's first handheld device with advanced wind mapping and wind detection.
Marine's Moving Truck Gets Stolen with His Father's Ashes Inside
Surveillance footage from the hotel parking lot shows the thieves getting into the truck and driving away.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting Attack Asks for Leniency
Hasson, 50, has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges and is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 31.
Group Has Raised $56 Million for Coast Guard Museum
Construction of the museum has been pushed back due to two other projects scheduled for New London.
Coast Guard Wrapping Up Study on Why Minority Members Leave the Service
The Coast Guard will wrap up a study examining why minority service members are leaving its ranks.