Marine Corps reservist helps bust human trafficking ring during his drill weekend
The Lt. Col. noticed a young girl who looked like she needed help, and jumped into action.
Navy destroyer USS John Finn’s executive officer fired along with ship’s captain
Both firings followed a command investigation.
Marine security detachment awarded for Sudan embassy evacuation
The U.S. evacuated its embassy in Sudan in April amid increasing violence across the country.
Fired Fort Cavazos commander faces court-martial for allegedly sexually assaulting soldier’s wife
Col. Jon Meredith pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting the wife of a fellow officer he allegedly knew was away at a field training exercise.
Navy destroyer USS John Finn’s commanding officer fired
Loss of confidence.
Air Force, Space Force hope medals and promotions can boost recruitment referrals
Those who refer more people can get promoted from E-1 to E-3.
The Pentagon has pulled back on its efforts to fight extremism in the ranks
Only one of six policy recommendations from December 2021 have been implemented, the Defense Department said this week.
Report: Ukraine is losing 10,000 drones per month
Military and commercial grade UAVs are being used for everything from reconnaissance to direct attacks.
Pentagon investigating if it killed a civilian instead of an al-Qaeda leader in Syria drone strike
First responders and family say the man killed on May 3 was a former bricklayer and farmer, not a terrorist commander.
Navy report on USS George Washington suicides details troubling conditions for the aircraft carrier
The report details 48 recommendations to improve conditions for sailors, after the USS George Washington saw a series of suicides in 2022.
The Air Force’s new directed energy weapon is ready to blast drone swarms out of the sky
Cannon Air Force Base special operations group commander fired
This decision "was not based on any character issue or indiscretion,” his wing commander said.
National Guardsman raised in a three-Gold Star family named Soldier of the Year
For Jake Evans, the Soldier of the Year contests were a chance to live up to his family’s legacy.
How a Marine’s COVID-19 vaccine refusal led to 113 days in the brig
Marine Lance Cpl. Catherine Arnett was released from the brig so she could prepare for her trial.