DoD identifies soldier who died in Iraq on Saturday
The 22-year-old soldier from the 101st Airborne Division died in a non-combat related incident, a spokesman said.
Dover-based airman dies in non-combat incident in Qatar
The Department of Defense says a member of the United States Air Force from New Hampshire has died in a non-combat-related incident.
As Russia probe began, Trump called on spy chiefs for help
Two months before special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in the spring of 2017, President Donald Trump picked up the phone and called the head of the largest U.S. intelligence agency.
Patrick AFB’s secret lab watches for nuclear explosions worldwide
The Air Force Technical Applications Center is tasked with monitoring nuclear treaty compliance and any "nuclear surprises" from rogue nations or terrorists.
Blue Angels begin the shift to Super Hornets
The move to the Super Hornet will mark the first time the elite Navy and Marine fighter jet demonstration team has changed aircraft since it moved from the A-4F Skyhawk II to the F/A-18 Hornet back in 1986.
Prosecutors celebrate victory after ruling in Gallagher war crimes case
A Navy judge ruled that evidence from Gallagher's seized cell phones can be used in court.
Irreplaceable Air Force artifacts saved from floodwater at Offutt
A retired lieutenant colonel and a small army of airmen have saved irreplaceable artifacts from floodwater that covered a third of an Air Force base south of Omaha.
Trump calls Libyan commander pushing to seize Tripoli
President Donald Trump has spoken by phone with Libya's Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, who is leading an offensive to take over the capital of Tripoli — the seat of the U.N.-supported government.
Nevada Assembly against expanding Nellis military training range into refuge
The Nevada Assembly has gone on record as opposing proposed expansion of the Nellis Air Force Base testing and training range into the Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
Virginia governor wants Confederate arch gone from Fort Monroe
Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for the removal of an arch honoring the former president of the Confederacy at Fort Monroe, where the first enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia 400 years ago.
All of the Marine M27 rifles are in ― if you’re not a grunt or working with them, you’re not getting one
The Corps will continue to field the remaining M27s that have been purchased to the infantry and combat engineer battalions through 2021.
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