J. David Patterson has withdrawn his nomination as the No. 2 personnel official at the Pentagon, a U.S. official confirmed....
A U.S. official has confirmed that an American in Afghanistan has been kidnapped, as first reported by Newsweek.
Chief Special Warfare Operator Tony E. DeDolph is charged with murder for allegedly choking Melgar to death.
Three sailors from the Eisenhower have been charged in connection with the Dec. 17 brawl at a holiday party in Norfolk.
Chief Special Warfare Operator Tony E. DeDolph also requested a trial by a military jury.
Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, announced in March that Troxell had been disciplined...
Following the pardon, Golsteyn's attorney filed paperwork to restore his Special Forces tab and Distinguished Service Cross.
Col. Kathryn A. Spletstoser is demanding a jury trial to determine how much money she should receive in compensation.
Trump has repeatedly accused him of having a political axe to grind by describing him as a "Never Trumper witness."
The dog, whose name is classified, had chased Baghdadi into a tunnel when the terrorist detonated a suicide vest.
Mark Mitchell is stepping down as the acting assistant defense secretary for special operations and low-intensity conflict.
Navy Rear Adm. Erik Ross was fired as commander of Expeditionary Strike Group 2 on Friday.
Ten sailors aboard the McCain were killed when the destroyer turned into an oil tanker in the Singapore Strait.
U.S. officials stressed that the investigation will look into all possible causes of death, not just friendly fire.
Experts say they are skeptical of any link between U.S. military bioweapons research and the outbreak of Lyme disease.
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Military families and retirees receiving care through 38 military hospitals nationwide will soon be forced to go off-base.
Lawmakers expressed astonishment at the testimony of military top investigators.
The Marine Corps is now consolidating the command by moving all its operators to North Carolina.
Capt. Stuart Shippee proposed to his girlfriend Marie Lisman by launching a weather balloon into space with a ring.
Journalists posted photos of the patches, prompting questions about whether the uniform devices violated DoD policy.
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U.S. Army budget officials on Friday released the full list of 41 program eliminations and 39 program reductions.
In closing arguments, Deputy District Attorney Melissa Vasel called the shooting of the 21-year-old sailor "an execution."
The man told staffers he would "carve your (expletive) heart out."
Chief Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Matthew O'Connor received the Silver Star at a Naval Base Point Loma ceremony.
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A 26-year-old airman died after he failed to surface from waters off Molokai while participating in a scuba diving tour.
At least 40 Americans on the ship have tested positive for the coronavirus.
In the hours leading up to the game, the academy did all it could to ease traffic congestion.
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A Marine recruit arrested for allegedly striking a drill instructor has spent most of the last two years in the brig.
Of the 82 Marines who earned the Medal of Honor during World War II, 22 were for actions on Iwo Jima.
The family of a combat veteran who died by suicide is meeting with federal lawmakers about a standardized reentry program.
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The Coast Guard will continue to monitor the vessel until a new plan to move the ship is approved.
Defense attorneys filed an appeal on Tuesday, less than two weeks after a judge sentenced Hasson to 160 months.