Navy XO guilty of keeping classified docs, images of abuse
Lieutenant Commander Gregory McLean pleaded guilty to distributing images of abuse and keeping classified material on a flash drive at his home.
Army employee indicted for stealing $100 million from military youth program
The employee's alleged scheme involved 40 stolen checks over six years of more than $100 million.
US conducted 40 missions against ISIS in November amid rising attacks
Too many people making too many problems.
Marines join AFSOC in grounding Osprey fleet after crash that killed 8
The Marine and Air Force Osprey fleets have been in three fatal crashes since June 2022 with several other close calls.
Air Force Special Operations Command grounds Osprey fleet
Sixteen service members have been killed in three Osprey crashes in the Air Force and Marine Corps since June 2022.
Army fires top prosecutor for military sexual assault cases
In a 2013 email, Brig. Gen. Warren Wells said his staff was “the ONLY line of defense against false allegations and sobriety regret.”
Army tanker vet facing cancer gets a final wish: send one last round
Jay Tenison spent nine years in the Army including an Iraq deployment as a tanker. On Tuesday, he got a last chance to hear "the thunder of doom."
Tuberville lifts hold promotions of generals, admirals except four-stars
The Republican Senator lifted his hold on the promotions of over 400 generals and admirals, but kept holds in place for several senior Four Star generals.
First female active-duty soldier graduates from sniper school
Sgt. Maciel Hay, a cavalry scout with the 173rd Airborne Brigade, completed the course at Fort Moore, Georgia in November.
Russia is putting anti-submarine rockets on trucks now
Necessity breeds innovation, but so does desperation.
Navy destroyer, commercial ships, attacked by drones and missiles near Yemen
No injuries were reported after the USS Carney reportedly responded to help two commercial vessels in the Red Sea.
Marine veteran pleads guilty to 2022 Planned Parenthood clinic bombing
He admitted to planning additional attacks at Dodger Stadium and on the power grid.
Navy fires head of Amphibious Squadron 5 for ‘loss of confidence’
Capt. James Harney took over the command in June 2023.
Air Force linguist identified in Japan Osprey crash, 7 still missing
Air Force Staff Sgt. Jacob "Jake" Galliher was killed Wednesday in the crash of a CV-22 Osprey in Japan.