The camp has been expanded as part of a much-delayed relocation of the bulk of U.S. forces to regional hubs south of Seoul.
The account of two villagers in Niger raises the possibility that Johnson was captured in the Oct. 4 ambush before being killed.
If it weren't for the AC-130 gunship, more American or partner forces' lives could be lost.
Authorities have barred an officer from Fort Bragg after allegations that she threatened people.
The Washington Post continues with things we learn about the shooting in Sutherland Spring, Texas. They ran outside, and that’s when they saw him: Kelley, dressed in all black, carrying a long rifle and standing across the street, beneath the tall, blue sign that reads “First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs.” A few houses away, […]
A museum that commemorates the location where the U.S. Army first trained black officers and women is financially struggling.
The Air Force's pilot shortage has climbed to about 2,000 airmen even as officials work to keep them in cockpits.
Dr. Wilson told reporters a draft report into why the service failed to disclose Kelley's history was expected "next week."
Every day is Veterans Day for the U.S. Army Field Band, says its saxophone section leader, Master Sgt. Brian Sacawa.
The U.S. Army is set to decide whether Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl is entitled to as much as $300,000 in back pay and other benefits.
The U.S. Navy said it will launch a rare military exercise involving three aircraft carrier strike groups in the western Pacific.
The Pentagon told family members of the four U.S. soldiers killed in Niger that its investigation won't be finished until January.
Apache helicopters have arrived as the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade takes over the U.S. military in Europe's rotational air mission.
Tom Nichols writing at L.A. Times: Every disaster brings out human irrationality. When there’s a plane crash, we fear flying; when a rare disease emerges, we fear we will be infected. And when there’s a mass shooting in a church, we think we should bring more guns into churches. Or at least some people think […]
The Pentagon has known for at least two decades about failures to give military criminal history information to the FBI.
Maj. Gen. Ryan Gonsalves is under review following an Army finding that he mistreated a congressional staffer.
Racial slurs posted outside the dorm rooms of five black students at the Air Force Academy were written by one of those students.
For sailors eager to swap their infamous "blueberries" camouflage with the new forest-green working uniform, the wait is over.
Vito Perillo defeated Tinton Falls Mayor Gerald Turning in the nonpartisan municipal race Tuesday
NYT: “Right now everyone’s in a holding pattern, because some people around here have hope that A.T.F. will bail us out,” said Representative Carlos Curbelo, Republican of Florida, who has co-sponsored a bipartisan measure to ban bump stocks. [ … ] “If you believe that automatic weapons should be highly regulated and limited, then why […]