Before the Supreme Court's expected rule overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that forbids states from prohibiting the practice, House Democrats are working to ensure that service personnel can take leave to seek an abortion.
Air Force One's fixed-price contract with Boeing Co., which Donald Trump persuaded the company to sign, has resulted in a loss of over $1.5 billion, according to the company's CEO. The Air Force has also had problems with it.
Bobby McDonald's contagious smile radiates as he recounts the extraordinary story of the 20 African-American soldiers and their White lieutenant. They pioneered the usage of bicycles in the United States Army.
The Army is firing the business it hired to handle the platform that administers education benefits to more than 100,000 soldiers. The site has been plagued by technological troubles, with service chiefs claiming it was defective from the beginning.
At the turn of the century, the idea of having to defend Gotland against a foreign invasion appeared so far-fetched to Swedish decision-makers that they decided to demilitarise the Baltic Sea island.
An Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs hospital was defaced with white supremacist messages by a far-right gang that posted photos of a bathroom covered in racist inscriptions to social media.
Last week, a U.S. service member in Stuttgart, Germany, was diagnosed with monkeypox, the virus's first confirmed case among active-duty members.
According to reports, Utah has the most significant percentage of veterans of any state in the US, except for Oregon.
When troops move to a new duty station starting in July, they will be compensated extra for out-of-pocket gasoline costs.
A video of people clinging to the edge of a US C-17 Globemaster III last year went viral, illustrating the US military's chaotic final days in Afghanistan.
President Joe Biden is anticipated to sign a bill sponsored by US Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland, into law soon to enhance health care for American war veterans.
Russian forces shelled an eastern Ukrainian city on Thursday, and the two sides engaged in fierce street fights, which Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said might determine the fate of the crucial Donbas area.
Both a husband and wife serving at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, are suspected of stealing, reselling, and keeping more than $2 million in Army equipment, including weapon parts, cars, and a sword.
Authorities claim a retired four-star general made false statements and suppressed "incriminating" papers concerning his role in an unlawful foreign lobbying campaign on behalf of Qatar, a wealthy Persian Gulf country.
Secretary Denis McDonough promised to make the Department of Veterans Affairs more "inclusive" as an institution in his first message to workers immediately after his confirmation in early 2020 and to ensure that "VA embraces all veterans, including women, veterans of color, and LGBTQ veterans."
With rising gas, grocery, and other product costs putting a strain on Americans across the country, lawmakers are considering whether or not to increase what would already be the most prominent military pay hike in two decades.
While it analyses the program's qualification rules, the Department of Veterans Affairs has halted all ongoing eligibility reassessments of veterans participating in its family caregiver program.
Commanders and senior noncommissioned officers of the Army's famed 10th Mountain Division have been ordered to refrain from texting soldiers after duty. He urges his troops to be cautious about how much time they spend on their phones, citing fears that the continual assault of social media and texts is affecting their mental health.
The 21-gun salute is one of the military traditions that draw the most attention at a veteran's graveside service.
Chris has fought in some of the war's worst fights in areas like Irpin, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia in the three months since he left the United States to join the conflict in Ukraine.