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Russia reportedly placed secret bounties on US troops in Afghanistan
Soldiers and Airmen from Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul return to base after a quality assurance, quality control patrol near the city of Qalat, Zabul Province, Afghanistan
‘Extensive search’ underway for missing Fort Hood private
Pfc. Vanessa Guillen, 20, was last seen on the afternoon of April 22.
US service member tests positive for coronavirus in South Korea in first for military
A U.S. service member in South Korea has tested positive for COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus, in a first for the U.S. military.
Trump travels to Dover AFB to honor 2 soldiers killed in Afghanistan insider attack
President Donald Trump and members of his administration traveled to Dover Air Force in Delaware on Monday evening for the dignified transfer of the remains of two Army Special Forces soldiers killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan on Saturday
The Pentagon is asking for a $705 billion budget. Here is what it wants to spend that money on
As the Pentagon unveils its latest wish list, listen and you can hear the entire defense industry singing, 'Hey big spender, spend a little time with me.'
Training for the ACFT? There’s now an app for that
"It delivers on all fronts of physical training"
Here’s how the deadly jihadist raid against US forces in Kenya went down
The Defense Department has remained relatively tight-lipped regarding the brazen Jan. 5 raid on a military base at Manda Bay, Kenya, but a new report from the New York Times provides a riveting tick-tock filled with new details about how the hours-long gunfight played out
2 airmen found dead in dorms at Spangdahlem Air Base
Two airmen were found unresponsive in a dorm room at around 6:30 on Thursday night at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, the Air Force said in a press release
Marines still haven’t found the pair of rifles that went missing at Camp Lejeune last month
A Marine infantry battalion at Camp Lejeune has still not located the pair of rifles that went missing in a training area in North Carolina late December
Mississippi Army staff sergeant charged with shooting and killing his wife
Staff Sgt. Percy Harris, 33, was charged with murdering his wife after police found her shot to death on Sunday
Mattis: No, the war in Afghanistan isn’t ‘just one undistinguished defeat after another’
"If you read this, you'd almost think it's a total disaster and it's not that at all."
NAS Pensacola shooter reportedly hosted a ‘dinner party’ to watch mass shooting videos the week before the attack
The Saudi military officer who shot and killed 3 people at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday reportedly hosted a "dinner party" the week before the attack "to watch videos of mass shootings," the Associated Press reports, citing an unnamed U.S. official
Fort Bragg soldier saves shop owner’s life with a power tool cord tourniquet
"It probably wasn't smart going up there but I know he would be dead if I didn't," Montgomery told WTVD reporter Morgan Norwood.
Dyess AFB airman dies following standoff with Texas police
An airman assigned to Dyess Air Force Base in Texas was shot and killed during an incident involving a police officer on Saturday morning, the Abilene Police Department said
Lawmakers introduce bill to build monument to Medal of Honor recipients in Washington DC
A pair of Texas congressmen have introduced legislation to the House to create a monument "to honor the valiant service" of Medal of Honor recipients in Washington, D.C.
Trump’s abrupt Syria withdrawal was a gift to ISIS, DoD IG says
President Donald Trump's abrupt withdrawal of U.S. troops from northeastern Syria and subsequent Turkish military invasion created an opening for ISIS to stage a bloody comeback, according to a new Pentagon inspector general report
How Iran secretly influences Iraq, according to Iran’s own intelligence cables
Fifteen years after the U.S. military toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein, the Army's massive two-volume study of the Iraq War closed with a sobering assessment of the campaign's outcome: With nearly 3,500 U.S. service members killed in action and trillions of dollars spent, "an emboldened and expansionist Iran appears to be the only victor. Thanks to roughly 700 pages of newly-publicized secret Iranian intelligence cables, we now have a good idea as to why
The US is worried about growing Russian influence in Libya’s civil war
The U.S. is growing increasingly worried that the Russian government is exploiting Libya's five-year-old civil war for Moscow's benefit
The number of homeless veterans in the US has declined by half in the last decade
The number of homeless veterans in the United States has declined by just over 50 percent in the last decade, according to government data
Most veterans believe the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan weren’t worth fighting
The majority of U.S. military veterans say America's most recent wars were not worth fighting, according to the results of a recent Pew Research Center survey published ahead of Veterans Day
Fort Bragg paratrooper killed in off-duty accident
"His passing is a tragedy that strikes at the heart of us all."
An Air Force veteran accused of being a mercenary was just freed from detention in Libya
A U.S. Air Force veteran held captive for six weeks by the Libyan military amid allegations that he was a hired mercenary was freed by the U.S. government on Tuesday, the Washington Post first reported
Several killed after pickup truck collides with a Marine motorcycle club
A GoFundMe campaign has already raised more than $30,000 for the victims' families.
The Army will integrate female officers into five more combat units this year
"To date, the Army has successfully accessed and transferred more than 1,000 women into the previously closed occupations of infantry, armor, and field artillery."
Marine shot and killed fellow Marine at South Carolina air station
A Marine was shot and killed by a fellow service member on Friday night at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort in South Carolina, Corps officials announced on Saturday