North Korea Vows to Respond to South's Deployment of F-35s
North Korea slammed South Korea over its ongoing deployment of high-tech U.S. fighter jets.
Birds at Border Prompt South Korea to Launch Jets, Issue Alert
South Korea's military said a flock of birds prompted it to launch fighter jets and alert journalists.
South Korea, US Sign Deal on Seoul Paying More for US Military
South Korea and the U.S. on Friday formally signed a deal on Seoul's increased payment for the U.S. troop deployment.
North Korea Said to Be Rebuilding Structures at Rocket Site
North Korea is restoring facilities at a rocket launch site that it dismantled last year as part of disarmament steps.
South Korea, US Sign Cost-sharing Deal for American Troops
South Korea and the United States signed a new cost-sharing plan, which requires South Korea to pay about $924 million.
North Korea Says Kim Orders Preparations for Second Trump Meeting
Despite Kim's determination for another meeting with Trump, the two remain at odds over fundamental issues.
North Korea Deports American Even as it Boasts of New Weapon
North Korea said it will deport a U.S. citizen it detained, and announced the test of an unspecified "ultramodern" weapon.
South Korea Dismantles Guard Posts with Dynamite, Excavators
On Thursday, South Korea's military invited a group of journalists to watch the destruction of a guard post with dynamite.
Koreas, UN Finish Removing Firearms from Border Village
South Korea separately announced that its troops found what it believes are Korean War remains in another front-line area.
Koreas Finish Removing Land Mines from Border Village
Disarming the village was among a set of tension-reduction agreements signed by the Koreas' defense chiefs last month.
Seoul: North Korea Estimated to Have 20-60 Nuclear Weapons
A top South Korean official told lawmakers that North Korea is estimated to have up to 60 nuclear weapons.
2 Koreas Begin Removing DMZ Mines to Ease Military Tensions
North and South Korean troops began removing some of the land mines planted at their heavily fortified border on Monday.
Generals from Rival Koreas End Talks with No Agreement
General-level talks between the two Koreas ended with no agreement, but delegates said they had meaningful discussion.
Doubts on Denuclearization Shadow Pompeo Visit to NKorea
Pompeo and North Korean officials will discuss a U.S. plan to dismantle North's nuclear and missile programs in a year.
Seoul: North Korea Committed to US Summit, Denuclearization
The surprise meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea capped a whirlwind 24 hours of diplomatic back-and-forth.
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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.
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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What's Keeping Generals up at Night? Cyber Threats
America, the world's most computer-dependent nation, is especially vulnerable to cyber attack.
Despite Opposition, Gamecocks Pick Retired General as School's Next President
The former superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point said he is honored to be named UCS's next president.
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.
Navy Ends Search for Sailor Missing from the Aircraft Carrier Abraham Lincoln
The sailor was reported overboard in the Arabian Sea July 17.
Air Force News
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.
Some Don't Like It Hot: Shorts on the Way for Maintainers at Nellis Air Force Base
The high-stress, high-heat environment prompted officials to get utility shorts for its maintenance crew, officials said.
Air Force JTAC Awarded Silver Star for Calling Airstrikes Under Fire
Tech. Sgt. Michael Perolio received the third-highest award for valor in combat during a ceremony Thursday.
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
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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.
Coast Guard Cutter Holds Line on China During Rare Pacific Deployment
Bertholf returned July 2 from the Coast Guard's first full-length deployment to the Western Pacific in seven years.