Featured by Hope Hodge Seck, Military.com
‘I met a hero:’ Air Force doctor who treated Alwyn Cashe says he’s never forgotten him
It has been 15 years to the day since Alwyn Cashe risked everything to save his teammates as their Bradley Fighting Vehicle burned during an ambush in Daliaya, Iraq.
The Navy named its newest sub after a WWII legend that sank 17 ships and blew up a train
Once again, the Navy will have USS Barb in the fleet
Military researchers say flying during the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t as terrifying as you think
The head of U.S. Transportation Command offered a sneak preview Wednesday of the results of a Defense Department test of particulate spread on commercial aircraft — and they are surprising
Two Navy Super Hornets caught fire and made emergency landings within weeks of each other at NAS Oceana
A Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet experienced an engine fire and was forced to land at Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, on Monday, less than two weeks after a nearly identical mishap at the same air station
Former Missile Defense Agency chief harassed female employee for seven years, IG finds
The civilian head of the Missile Defense Agency sexually harassed three female colleagues, one over the course of seven years — subjecting them to unwanted attention and touching, and even on one occasion taking an inappropriate photograph without permission
Lawmakers are pushing to finally award the Medal of Honor to the Black hero who saved dozens during D-Day
Despite multiple public accounts of his bravery, Army Cpl. Waverly Woodson was thwarted from receiving the Medal of Honor honor twice, a bipartisan group of lawmakers says
SecDef Esper throws support behind Medal of Honor for fallen Iraq hero Alwyn Cashe
In a letter to lawmakers this month, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he believes Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe deserves the Medal of Honor, and he'll work to approve it — although there will be a few final hurdles to overcome before the process is complete
The Army’s gang problem is getting worse
The Army saw a 66% in gang-related crimes in 2018, new report shows.
As military travel bans lift, DoD releases new moving guidance
The first required step when executing approved travel is a risk assessment, to be completed by all members of the traveling party.
Court rules against soldier who says he was forced to retire due to his Christian and conservative beliefs
A former master sergeant in the Army Band who claims service officials forced him into retirement because of expressions of his Christian faith and conservative opinions says he plans to appeal after an adverse ruling in his case.
Fort Hood soldier claims he shot an Air Force veteran at a protest in self-defense, lawyer says
Army Sgt. Daniel Perry was initially taken into police custody but later released.
Navy reassigns captain overseeing embattled Gerald R. Ford supercarrier
"We must ensure that the team takes the opportunity to recharge and allow for fresh eyes on upcoming challenges as required."
Officials have identified the Navy chief who died aboard deployed carrier Roosevelt
Rest in peace, Chief Calderone.
The Navy is seeing a huge spike in LSD use in 2020
In the first four months of 2020, investigations related to alleged LSD offenses have increased by 70%
1,700 troops will support this year’s Fourth of July ‘Salute to America’ demonstrations
"The highlight of this year's celebration will be our salute to the Great Cities of the American Revolution."
They really did it: National Guard members created a COVID-19 challenge coin
Oklahoma National Guard members went and created a challenge coin... to commemorate COVID-19.
Soldiers pull Black Lives Matter signs, Confederate flag from vehicles after viral confrontation
A heated exchange between two Fort Campbell soldiers was captured on video
These are the active-duty units deployed to the DC region for protests
Some 1,600 active-duty soldiers are now staged just outside Washington, D.C. awaiting possible orders to support protest response in the city, the Pentagon announced Tuesday night
Army private’s Medal of Honor sold for more than $15,000 by German auction house
There was a campaign to stop the auction, but Germany is not subject to U.S. laws.
The Navy is looking to pro sports to turn EOD techs and divers into a ‘human weapon system’
The Navy wants to pump you up
Court overturns Marine’s conviction in barracks room knife fight
A Marine sentenced to 18 months' confinement and a bad-conduct discharge after a barracks confrontation turned bloody may now end up free, after a military appeals court determined that the presiding judge wrongly instructed jury members in the case.
More than 25,000 former soldiers have now volunteered to return to duty to fight COVID-19
The Army asked its "soldiers for life" who are trained in medical fields to come back to do battle against the novel coronavirus pandemic. And to date, more than 25,000 have answered the call, officials said.
The Naval War College ran a pandemic war game last year. The conclusions were alarming
A war game run last September by the Naval War College (NWC) in Newport, Rhode Island revealed prescient and sometimes troubling parallels to the real-world novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response effort that continues today
Army asks 10,000 recently separated soldiers to come back for COVID-19 fight
The Army called back soldiers who served in medical fields such as family nurse practitioner; critical care nursing; emergency nursing; nurse anesthetists; generalist nurse; and respiratory specialist.