The U.S. is expanding its efforts to evacuate at-risk Afghan citizens amid Taliban violence, now including aid workers, journalists and others.
Pentagon officials are scrambling to figure out how to implement the changes across the vast military population and determining which National Guard and Reserve troops would be affected by the orders.
After 75 years, a World War II veteran collected a Bronze Star Medal after he unknowingly won it.
The U.S. Navy says a sailor has been charged with starting a fire in 2020 that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard warship in San Diego.
The Biden administration says it will evacuate about 2,500 Afghans who worked for the U.S. government and their families to a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas.
Two Iraqi militia officials say a U.S. drone attack has targeted a truck for an Iran-backed militia in eastern Syria — destroying the vehicle without causing any casualties.
Michael Reimers was sentenced to 32 months in prison after pleading guilty to distributing meth and trafficking weapons.
With American troops withdrawing, pressure has been mounting for the Biden administration to plan a military evacuation of Afghans who supported U.S. military operations during two decades of war in their country.
Gen. Scott Miller, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, relinquished his position Monday, taking the U.S. a step closer to ending its 20-year war.
President Biden is backing a major change to the military justice system that would remove decisions on prosecuting sex assault cases from commanders.
The U.S. military targeted three operational and weapons storage facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups in Syria and Iraq, officials said.
The USGS recorded the shock as a 3.9 magnitude “experimental explosion."
The University of Central Florida is gaining national attention for how they treat veterans and first responders with PTSD using virtual reality.
Military officials are looking for evidence after receiving a report that two gunmen opened fire outside Joint Base San Antonio Lackland Wednesday.
The Department of Defense is withdrawing from several mass COVID-19 vaccination centers where it was providing operational support, leaving personnel at only five as vaccination rates slow in many areas.
More than a dozen National Guard members were injured when a military bus transporting 25 soldiers overturned in Central Virginia, according to police.
Military officials said Pfc. Dalton Beals, 19, died during the final challenge in his training, and an investigation is now underway.
The Supreme Court rejected to hear the case of whether the government can continue to require men alone, and not women, to register for the draft when they turn 18.
Several ceremonies are scheduled on Sunday to commemorate the 77th anniversary of D-Day that led to the liberation of France and Europe from the German occupation.
DeSantis is a reservist Navy officer.