Guard, Pentagon Cannot Say How Many US Soldiers Must Repay Bonuses
The National Guard Bureau and Pentagon said Friday they still do not know how many soldiers in the United States might have wartime re-enlistment bonuses reclaimed.
Thousands Of Student Vets At Ashford University May Soon Lose GI Bill Benefits
More than 6,000 troops, veterans and family members attend Ashford, almost exclusively online.
Army Looks To Deactivate Long-Range Surveillance Companies
The Army will finalize a decision to deactivate three active-duty and six National Guard Long Range Surveillance companies in the next 60 days.
This Green Beret Medic Could Be Next Vietnam War MOH Recipient
This Green Beret was wrongly accused of taking part in war crimes. Now Gary Rose could receive the Medal of Honor.
Service Members May Soon Be Allowed To Carry Weapons On Installations
New DoD policy will soon further clarify commanders' authority to allow service members to carry and store weapons on and off military installations.