Texas is building an 80-acre forward operating base for the National Guard at the border
The planned base along the Rio Grande River is expected to open at a later time.
Ukrainian troops pull out of Avdiivka after months of fighting
The city fell after heavy casualties on both sides.
Six Marine Security Guards have died overseas since 2022
"Those are really high numbers.”
The 82nd Airborne is dropping munitions from drones
Increased drone activity in the Middle East and the war in Ukraine is changing how the Army prepares for combat.
Navy now allows sailors to wear leggings under PT shorts
The Navy made the change as part of its latest uniform policy update.
The Army’s next-gen combat helmet is now arriving with soldiers
Officials plan to equip the 82nd Airborne's 2nd and 3rd Brigades this fiscal quarter and all close-combat units over the next three years.
Navy allows sailors to put hands in pockets as hell freezes over
Don't stop believing.
Marine Drill Instructors and Recruiters among special duty award winners
The special duty assignment, or "as recruiters, drill instructors, combat instructors, or Marine security guards.
Army Reserve identifies soldier who died in Kuwait
We mourn the death of Army Reserve Lt. Col. Troy E. Bartley.
Fort Liberty begins cleaning up ‘unacceptable’ trash backup
The garrison Commander called the trash build-up at Fort Liberty “unacceptable" and pledged that soldiers would not be stuck with clean-up duty.
Are Marines relying more on the CH-53E helicopters while their Ospreys are grounded?
“Removing V-22s from the list produces a tremendous level of reliance on one large, aging platform.”
A National Guard poster included World War II German reenactors
The Montana National Guard apologized for inadvertently using images of World War II reenactors in German uniforms.
Fort Liberty’s trash has not been picked up in weeks
Troops say dumpsters are overflowing after weeks of missed garbage collection as the base seeks a contractor.
With Austin recuperating, who would advise the president on a nuclear strike?
Only the president can authorize a nuclear strike, but the defense secretary is a key advisor.