The DoD ordered the military's independent newspaper, Stars and Stripes, to cease publication despite Congressional efforts.
DoD saw its cases more than double last month, rising from 18,071 on July 1 to 39,591 July 31, a 119% increase.
Army Pfc. Ange Samma filed the suit April 24 along with several other U.S. troops who enlisted under the MAVNI program.
Lt. Gen. Thompson reiterated that the Space Force will open up its application pool for interservice transfers next year.
Official warn that hand sanitizers are flammable and should be stored appropriately.
A new Rand Corp. study offers a report card for each of the U.S. military's systems to create generals and admirals.
The survey focuses on their experiences with military health care and preferences for family planning and contraception.
Retired Army Brig. Gen. Anthony Tata has withdrawn from consideration as the Pentagon’s No. 3.
Discrimination, conscious or not, often starts during maternity leave.
The military has had 26,408 cases of the coronavirus as of Wednesday, according to the Defense Department.
The open letter, published Thursday morning by National Security Leaders for Biden, contains 489 names.
Families of those lost in the USS Thresher tragedy are finally getting a look at hundreds of documents about the accident.
The campaign of President Donald Trump released a letter from 235 retired senior officers backing his re-election.
The America Class amphibious assault ship was virtually commissioned July 15 at its shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss.
Three Marines and a sailor have been bitten by a coyote on the loose at Camp Lejeune.