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A totally sane and rational person threatened to charge the Army with war crimes over COVID vaccines
"Have a blessed day!"
Infertility, erectile dysfunction, and altered DNA — Army experts debunk COVID vaccine myths one by one
"[W]e have to get to a point where there’s no safe haven for the virus to go."
The implausibly heartwarming story of how toilet paper became an Air Force base mascot
“Apparently I’ve been accused of pandering for likes through trading toilet paper."
Don’t worry, your saved-up leave won’t disappear before you can use it
“No, the policy has not been revised since it was issued in April 2020."
Pentagon says unspecified number of troops are refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine
Something in the military is actually voluntary?
Fort Benning hunkers down in hopes of avoiding post-holiday COVID-19 surge
"It may only get worse, but it too will pass."
We salute this World War II veteran for surviving two pandemics a century apart
“People are fragile in their everyday lives and feel like they have to do it alone, but they don’t."
Gen. Mark Milley definitely has a tattoo and the mystery is killing me
"There’s a good story to it but we’re going to let the mystery live on for a little longer."
The Army is bragging that it took just under a year to reinvent the cloth facemask
It took a year to develop ... this?
Lawmakers demand answers over ‘dramatic increase’ of COVID-19 cases at Fort Bliss
New Mexico lawmakers voiced their "increasing concern" in a letter to U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Monday.
Airmen celebrate with memes after fitness test gets delayed to 2021
Waist measurement stress gone!
The Navy tried to screw 400 sailors out of holiday leave with an extra-long COVID-19 quarantine
The crew of the USS Rushmore was ordered to return to the ship despite being told they had the Thanksgiving weekend off
The Army wants you to test your might in COVID Kombat
Choose your fighter. Will you be: The Dangler? The Nose Breather? The Denier?
The Air Force is looking into wearable devices that detect COVID-19
The Air Force hopes the device would identify a potential COVID-19 infection early and alert the user through its user dashboard.
Officials at Virginia airport worry decrease in flights this year will hurt troops going home for the holidays
“We’re in a position of strength and we want to help our partners who are not ... we want to help our community."
British submariners left a US Navy port in search of booze. They came back with COVID-19
Do you want a safety brief? Because in the age of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this is absolutely how you get a safety brief — and COVID-19, for that...
Army National Guardsmen are working at election polling sites out of uniform
“The problem with calling in the National Guard is No. 1, you know, the military should have no role in elections."
USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor dies of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound
The Navy has not yet publicly released the sailor’s name pending next of kin notification
Army Chief says COVID-19 likely factor in rise in suicides
"Just because someone can carry the weight, doesn't mean that it isn't heavy."
After a record 215 days at sea, USS Stout finally returns home to Norfolk
The Stout spent much of its time at sea making sure merchant ships and tankers could get safely through the Straits of Hormuz.
Nearly two-thirds of the Navy’s deployable warships have endured COVID-19 outbreaks
More than 190 Navy warships have endured novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks so far this year, the service's top officer said in a message to the fleet
Trump claimed Gold Star families may be the source of his COVID-19 infection. Their tests are negative
The families who attended a White House event honoring the loss of a member of the military are all doing well and do not have the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the...
Immigrant Guardsman helps community while activated for COVID-19 response
U.S. Army Spc. Juan Herrera, 142nd Area Support Medical Company combat medic, helped spearhead a grassroots effort to deliver food to local families in need during the pandemic
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
F-35 crash in May was perfect storm of faulty tech and pilot fatigue, Air Force says
"The impact of this epidemic on flying operations, while impossible to quantify, cannot be overstated."