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Army researchers begin animal testing of COVID-19 vaccine
Army researchers at Fort Detrick, Maryland have begun testing a potential coronavirus vaccine on animals, the first of many steps in manufacturing a widely available prevention against the virus
First service member to die of COVID-19 remembered as first responder with a passion to serve
The Pentagon identified Douglas Hickok, an Army captain and physician's assistant in the New Jersey National Guard, as the first U.S. service member to die of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
An airman just took a major step towards becoming the first female Special Tactics officer
A female Air Force officer has completed a rigorous special warfare course and will move on to the next program within the Special Tactics Officer training pipeline, making her the...
The US military is bracing for base lockdowns in Germany as coronavirus cases rise
The U.S. military is bracing for coronavirus cases to rise in Germany, potentially putting thousands of troops on lockdown or restricted movement, according to the head of U.S. European Command
The Air Force wants to retire aging aircraft. It will have to get past Congress first
For some U.S. Air Force leaders, retiring the A-10 Warthog close-air support aircraft was a simple decision.
The Air Force failed to close its pilot manning gap for the fifth year in a row
For the fifth consecutive year, the Air Force has failed to completely close its pilot manning gap through retaining, and recruiting and training new pilots, recently released data shows
Bye-bye to BRRRT: the Air Force wants to retire 44 A-10 Warthogs
Despite multiple efforts to push the iconic A-10 Warthog's retirement date further into the future, the U.S. Air Force is now slated to shelve dozens of the Cold War-era ground-attack...
A single Navy pilot just flew 2 unmanned EA-18G Growlers in a first-of-its-kind experiment
The U.S. Navy just demonstrated that two EA-18G Growlers can be autonomously controlled by a manned fighter in a first-of-its-kind test for the specialized electronic warfare aircraft
The Air Force finally released new images of its stealthy B-21 bomber
New photorealistic renderings of the B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber have officially landed
Joint Chiefs vice chairman accused of sexual assault appoints special assistant to fight military sexual assault
"You can ignore these problems. You can pretend they never happened ... or you can you can try to make a difference."
The Space Force has an official Bible and people are pissed
The U.S. Space Force has designated its own King James Bible for swearing-in ceremonies. Not everyone is happy about it
The US is sending B-52 bombers to a strategic Middle East hub amid tensions with Iran
The U.S. Air Force is sending six B-52 Stratofortress bombers to Diego Garcia, a military hub that acts as a strategic location for operations in both the Middle East and...
A ‘Captain Marvel’ effect? Air Force Academy sees its most female applicants in 5 years
The Air Force effort to hitch its wagon to Captain Marvel's star appears to have been an unreserved success
The Space Force’s newest hub will live long and prosper as ‘SPOC’
The 14th Air Force, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, has been renamed. It will now live long and prosper as Space Operations Command, or SPOC, according to a recent...
Space Force launches its first official website. Do you want to know more?
To infinity and beyond.
President Trump has signed the Space Force into existence
Roughly 16,000 active-duty and civilian personnel that make up Air Force Space Command are now assigned to the U.S. Space Force following President Donald Trump's signing of the fiscal 2020...
Air Force halts parachute, dive and mountain training ops following airmen deaths
Parachuting, diving and mountaineering training and related operations are off-limits to U.S. airmen for now as Air Force Special Operations Command investigates the deaths of two special tactics airmen.
Air Force dramatically scales back Selective Retention Bonus
Officials said nearly 40 Air Force Specialty Codes were removed from the list. By comparison, airmen in 117 career fields were eligible to receive the bonus in early 2016.
Air Force leader who wrote essay about respecting subordinates fired for disrespecting subordinates
The command chief of the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, was removed from his position last month after his chain of command received evidence he...
Air Force JTAC to receive Silver Star for heroism in twin firefights in Afghanistan
A U.S. Air Force combat controller will receive the nation's third highest award for valor this week for playing an essential role in two intense firefight missions against the Taliban...
The Air Force may load up the B-52 with more bombs than ever in its search for a new ‘arsenal plane’
Defense Department officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane," Dr. Will Roper, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition,...
A lawmaker wants to expedite valor awards for the K9 team that took down al-Baghdadi
A New Jersey Democrat is urging the Pentagon to expedite service medals for the military K9 unit responsible for taking down notorious ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Here’s what you need to do to receive a Remote Combat Effects Campaign Medal
The U.S. Air Force says airmen serving in cyber; space; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and remotely piloted aircraft jobs may be eligible to receive the newly created Remote Combat Effects...
B-1B Lancer bombers just rolled up in Saudi Arabia in a surprise return to the Middle East
B-1B Lancer bombers landed at an air base in Saudi Arabia this week, marking a surprise return of the long-range bombers to the Middle East after they were pulled early...
A new line on the Air Force fitness screening questionnaire may help solve the service’s rash of PT deaths
Screening for sickle cell will help flag airmen who might need additional clearance or care ahead of their PT test, officials said