Taliban militants escaped with more than 20 captives after they ambushed a convoy of buses.
Two Marine Raiders awarded valorous awards for Africa firefight.
The 'Queen’s Head' was christened last week aboard the Queen Elizabeth and is available to the officers and senior enlisted.
The U.S. forces now helping keep patches of ISIS under control and assist in stabilization will stay "until job is done," US says
The coup, 65 years ago this week, lit a fuse for an Islamic revolution.
A Special Forces soldier was arrested Aug. 13 in a plot to smuggle cocaine from Colombia to Florida on a military airplane.
A man who operated parking lots for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Los Angeles was sentenced Monday for bilking the agency of $13 million and bribing the official who granted his parking contracts.
Friends of journalist Richard Pyle gathered Monday at Arlington National Cemetery to bid a final farewell to the veteran war correspondent and celebrate his storied Associated Press career, from Saigon and Tokyo to Washington and New York, nearly one year after his death.
A Pearl Harbor survivor who pushed to identify buried unknown remains from the 1941 attack died Monday at age 97.
"You're working with people who are highly specialized in those areas and you're trying to lead them, but they know way more than you."
Three Army veterans received the Defense Department's highest valor award for actions while serving as contractors in Afghanistan.
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