This Army vet is down over 25 pounds using a beer-only diet for Lent
As of day 18 of the fast, he is down over 25 pounds.
Pentagon identifies two Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan
The two soldiers were killed by small arms fire during combat operations in northern Afghanistan Friday.
Tyndall and, now, Offutt’s recovery costs are creating an infrastructure cash crunch
If supplemental funding for Tyndall and Offutt doesn't come through soon, the Air Force could have to dip into more operations and maintenance funds, possibly jeopardizing plans to fix deteriorating buildings across the force.
Recruits with first partially gender-integrated Marine boot camp company earn the title Marine
The Marines were handed Eagle, Globe and Anchors on March 16.
‘Deploy or get out’ policy may not have forced out any troops at all
More than 120,000 troops have been moved off non-deployable lists, but military officials say they weren't forced out of the ranks.
Air Force analyzing previous 'autopilot anomalies’ following Ethiopian Airlines crash of Boeing jet
The Air Force chief of staff has ordered a review of previous service mishaps involving autopilot anomalies following the Ethiopian Airlines crash this month.
Why McSally is right, and wrong, about military sexual assaults
Sen. Martha McSally's belief that commanders should remain at the center of the solution to sexual assault in the military is unfounded.
US-backed Kurdish fighters clear explosives in village retaken from ISIS
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters cleared explosives in the last area retaken from the Islamic State group on Sunday and arrested a number of militants hiding in tunnels, a day after declaring military victory and the end of the extremists’ self-styled caliphate.
Navy to name destroyer after corpsman, one of five enlisted Korean War Medal of Honor recipients
The U.S. Navy is naming a guided-missile destroyer after a Michigan man who served as a hospital corpsman and was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Korean War.
First Air Force JAG officer to wear hijab featured in short NBC documentary
Capt. Maysaa Ouza, the first Air Force Judge Advocate General Corps officer to wear hijab, is featured in a new short documentary from NBC’s Left Field this week.
Africa: A continent where partnership is in demand
While U.S. military might is unrivaled, a robust whole of government approach enables security, stability and prosperity on the African continent.
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