Featured by Idrees Ali and Phil Stewart, Reuters

Navy investigation finds 60 percent of USS Theodore Roosevelt volunteers have COVID-19 antibodies
Most sailors testing positive for COVID-19 on the USS Theodore Roosevelt showed no symptoms of infection
Ex-Acting Navy Secretary Modly’s trip to Guam to ridicule the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s captain cost taxpayers $243,000
Navy to investigate Capt. Brett Crozier and determine whether he should face disciplinary action
Fired USS Theodore Roosevelt captain to be reassigned amid probe, acting Navy secretary says
The Navy won’t rule out punishing the aircraft carrier captain who blasted the service’s COVID-19 response
US military to withhold data on COVID-19 infections in the ranks
Pentagon orders halt to all overseas movement for US forces for up to 60 days over COVID-19
US military restricts movement for thousands of troops due to COVID-19
US military to send field hospitals to New York, Seattle
2,600 US military personnel are in self-isolation in Europe over COVID-19 concerns
Iran-backed Shia militia likely to blame for killing US troops in Iraq, says CENTCOM chief
‘Hit with a truck’ — How Iran’s missiles inflicted traumatic brain injuries on US troops
US carried out secret cyber strike on Iran in wake of Saudi oil attack, officials say
North Korea conducts its third projectile launch in a week
Pentagon approves additional 2,100 troops to US-Mexico border
Pentagon warns Chinese submarines in the Arctic are building a ‘Polar Silk Road’
CENTCOM commander Gen. Votel: ‘No pressure’ to withdraw from Syria by specific date
US military stands ready to protect diplomats in Venezuela, SOUTHCOM chief says