The military is preparing to produce Meals, Ready to Eat pizzas engineered to stay fresh for three years in a pouch.
Gen. David Goldfein says the condition, which paralyzes half his face, is temporary and treatable.
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Officials say a man who claimed to have explosives when he entered a nuclear submarine base gate is in custody.
The man who hurled a bomb into the U.S. Embassy compound and then killed himself was an ex-soldier.
A St. Louis grand jury on Thursday indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge.
Tricare Prime users in the West region who need civilian specialty care won't need an Tricare referral through March 18.
Critics should look at recent problems with the Air Force's newest AC-130J gunship as routine the command's top general said.
The Pentagon sought to keep Defense Secretary Mattis and the military out of the roiling debate on gun control.
The White House is considering easing McMaster out and sending him back to military service.
They have nine months to perfect a strategy to reach a U.S. space capsule in time to retrieve the astronauts aboard.
A new unit created specifically to advise and assist foreign military forces has begun deploying to Afghanistan.
World War II veteran James Dempsey died pleading for help while in their care.
The Pentagon sees hypersonic weaponry as a potential game changer.
An appeals court is chastising the general leading the crackdown, saying he made the issue too personal.
Is there a sizable (or even measurable) percentage of active duty or veteran men and women who support gun reform?
To afford expanding caregiver benefits to pre-9/11 veterans VA wants to tighten definition of who qualifies for caregivers.
Four-foot, nine-inch tall veteran Richard J. Flaherty claimed to be the shortest man ever to serve in the United States milit...
Mike Shower is retired from the U.S. Air Force and is a pilot with FedEx.