Women veterans measure at center of congressional controversy advances
The Deborah Sampson Act includes provisions to extend women's health care services and require new action to end sexual harassment at VA facilities.
Recruiters receive Soldier’s Medals for actions during California mall shooting
“That’s when we heard two or three shots,” Marl said in July. “We kind of looked at each other and were like ‘is this gunfire?’ ”
Eight tips for vets who want to start their own businesses
Military Times reached out to federal agencies, veteran support groups and private companies, asking what advice they would give to aspiring veteran entrepreneurs. Here’s what they told us:
‘David without a slingshot’ — a daring dive into deep depths reminds us of tin can heroism
The ship was found at a depth of 20,400 feet beneath the surface of the Philippine Sea.
Trump says America is on the hunt for Islamic State’s new leader
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that America now has its eye on a new Islamic State leader, telling the Economic Club of New York that “we know where he is.”
Mold, rotting wood, water leaks: 10 military families sue their privatized landlord at Fort Meade
Families accuse Corvias of fraud, negligence
How to use your GI Bill benefits at a foreign university
If you opt to use the GI Bill at a foreign school, be ready for a long list of challenges, from VA bureaucracy to language and cultural issues to something as simple as finding the right pickles in the supermarket.
Cash, cars and guns: Former Army range director pleads guilty in bribery scheme
The bribes included a 2017 Jeep Rubicon, an antique 1969 Ford Galaxie, a Harley Davidson motorcycle, a diamond ring and a range of firearms.
Number of homeless veterans declines across United States
The departments of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs say the number of homeless veterans nationwide has declined slightly.
Pentagon chief says Vindman should not fear Army retaliation in Trump inquiry
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Monday that an Army officer has no reason to fear retribution for testifying before Congress in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
Japan, US say 3-way ties with South Korea are key to security
The chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, agreed with Japanese officials Tuesday that three-way cooperation with South Korea is key to regional security and that an intelligence sharing pact between Tokyo and Seoul should not be scrapped.
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