Army mechanic gets life in prison for triple murder in California
A U.S. Army mechanic who killed three people at a Southern California home because he believed a man there was molesting a teenager has been sentenced to life in prison without chance of parole.
84-year-old veteran died after nursing home staff ignored his infected, rotting genitals
His condition was "way past obvious. This is so past obvious that it’s mind-blowing.”
DoD identifies soldier who died in noncombat incident in Afghanistan
The 19-year-old soldier died at Bagram Airfield.
Remains of soldier killed in Afghanistan return home
Staff Sgt. Jason McClary died Nov. 25 from injuries in an IED explosion that killed three other soldiers.
US service member dies in non-combat incident in Afghanistan
The incident, which happened Thursday, is under investigation.
Russia claims US ignoring outreach on nuclear treaty dispute
Russia wants to sit down with Pentagon officials for “open and specific” talks on alleged violations of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty, the Russian Defense Ministry said Saturday.
New BAH rates for 2019 rise 2.5 percent
Service members will have to use out-of-pocket cash to pay 5 percent of housing costs because the benefit will only cover 95 percent.
Audit finds cyber vulnerabilities in US missile defense system
A Defense Department Inspector General report raises more questions about the military's shoddy cybersecurity.
A 46-year-old ensign who once ran the White House?
Reince Priebus, the once-powerful chairman of the Republican National Committee before he joined the Trump administration in 2017, was picked by a Navy selection board to receive a direct commission as a human resources officer in the Navy Reserve.
Do military women have higher rates of infertility than civilians?
Group calls for more data and more research on infertility in military women and men.
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