Once beleaguered by critics, the Ford gets a lift
The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford just got closer to becoming a fully operational flattop.
End of an era: Navy’s legacy Hornets to fly off into the sunset
After a 35-year run in the fleet, the F/A-18 Hornet will make it's final Navy operational flight on Feb. 1.
Command master chief fired over misconduct allegations
The senior enlisted leader was relieved Tuesday, officials said.
How the court-martial against the Fitz’s former CO was thrown into disarray this week
A judge ruled that the four-star tasked with weighing evidence before charging Cmdr. Bryce Benson failed to stay neutral and took on the role of a prosecutor.
Blue Angels pilot makes emergency landing
The incident happened Tuesday in California.
Sub officer faces court-martial trial on stalking and assault charges
The lieutenant commander allegedly put a GPS tracker on a woman's car and accessed her computer without permission.
Here’s how some military spouses could get potentially thousands of dollars in tax refunds
Don't file your 2018 tax returns before you read this. Military spouses have this new right, but get advice from your legal assistance office first.
Pentagon identifies Army Green Beret killed in Afghanistan
He was assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group and was on his fourth overseas deployment.
Women in the military draft, or dump the system altogether? New report looks at radical options
Big changes are expected to come to the Selective Service System in coming years, but exactly what is still unclear.
US House votes overwhelmingly to bar US exit from NATO
The US House passed legislation meant to bar President Donald Trump from pulling the US out of NATO.
US and British conduct training in South China Sea
U.S. and British warships conducted joint maneuvers in the South China this month in what they called a sign of their shared emphasis on regional peace and stability.
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