California deputy faces DUI charge after car runs Navy gate
An off-duty San Diego County deputy has been arrested on suspicion of driving past security at the main gate of a California Navy base while under the influence, prompting guards to open fire and the base to be put on lockdown briefly.
Pentagon releases video of Russian jet dumping fuel on US drone
The 42-second video shows a Russian Su-27 approaching the back of the MQ-9 drone and beginning to release fuel as it passes, the Pentagon said.
'I'm honored': Air Force pilot among the first to fly supersonic jet while pregnant
A new policy in the U.S. Air Force has provided more opportunities for pilots to fly while pregnant.
N. Korea launches two missiles from submarine in weapons test
The test on Sunday came a day before the U.S. and South Korean militaries begin large-scale joint military drills that North Korea views as a rehearsal for invasion.
Sexual assault reports increase at military academies, US officials reveal
U.S. officials said student-reported assaults at the Army, Navy and Air Force academies jumped 18% overall compared with the previous year.
Fort Benning renaming ceremony scheduled for May
Full details of the renaming ceremony have not been released.
Black Vietnam veteran receives Medal of Honor after nearly 60-year wait
Retired Col. Paris Davis was one of the first Black officers to lead a Special Forces team in combat during the Vietnam War.
Wreckage of US Navy submarine from World War II found off Japan’s coast
The submarine left Pearl Harbor on October 24, 1944, and the U.S. Navy believes the vessel struck a mine near Hokkaidō on November 7, 1944. The Gato-class submarine is believed to have had 85 souls onboard.
General named 1st Black commander of Georgia Air National Guard
Brig. Gen. Konata Crumbly will be the first African-American commander to lead the Georgia Air National Guard
Here's why a 'spy plane' will be stationed at Dobbins Air Reserve Base the next few months
Dobbins Air Reserve Base will be hosting a spy plane, of sorts, over the next few months.
Pentagon warns US military members to avoid poppy seeds, citing impacts on drug tests
Eating poppy seeds can impact your drug test, the Pentagon warns.
Air Force photo shows Chinese spy balloon from high-flying U-2
The Pentagon has confirmed that a photo, leaked on the internet Tuesday, does indeed show a Chinese spy balloon as seen from an American reconnaissance plane earlier this month.
U.S. military email server left exposed for two weeks, allowing internal emails to leak
The files exposed in the U.S. military server included a completed SF-86 questionnaire.
North Korea makes new threats, US bombers fly after missile test
North Korea said its launch of the Hwasong-15 ICBM was organized "suddenly" without prior notice at Kim Jong Un's direct order.
US captures ISIS official after helicopter raid in Syria
The capture of the ISIS official comes the day after another top ISIS official was killed by U.S. forces.
Blinken meets with China's top diplomat for first time since spy balloon shot down
Blinken told the Chinese official that his nation's surveillance balloon program "has been exposed to the world."
N. Korea fires missile near Japan as US, S. Korea prepare for drills
According to the South Korean and Japanese militaries, the missile was fired on a high angle, apparently to avoid reaching the neighbors' territories, and traveled about 560 miles.
How to survive: Nuclear fallout
Casualties from a nuclear attack will come in many horrifying forms, but it’s the fallout after the initial blast that is of utmost concern. Here's what you can do now to improve your chances of survival.
Military completes recovery of Chinese balloon debris
Officials say the U.S. believes that Navy, Coast Guard, and FBI personnel collected all of the balloon debris, including equipment that could reveal what information it was able to monitor and collect.
Video shows moment Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Alabama
Two Tennessee National Guard pilots were killed in the crash.