No, the military isn’t recruiting illegal immigrants
Immigrants not in the country legally would not be eligible for the program.
National Guard asked to deploy to suburban Boston high school
The guardsmen would be used as hall monitors and substitute teachers.
US drone strike may have killed 2 doctors held hostage
The Feb. 15 drone strike against al-Shabab took place near Jilib in southern Somalia.
Navy commissions ship named for Medal of Honor recipient
John L. Canley led a company of Marines through brutal fighting in the Tet Offensive. 50 years later he received the nation's highest military honor.
US forces hit Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen, takes out missiles and naval drones
It's the first instance the Yemeni group has prepared an underwater drone for attacks.
Space Force cancels classified military communications satellite project
The move comes even as Space Force pushes to build out its orbital infrastructure.
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.
What is the Marine’s so-called ‘old corps’?
There’s not an old corps, or a new corps, just the Marine Corps.
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.
Legendary Marine Scout Sniper Chuck Mawhinney dies at age 75
His legend will endure.
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.