Courts weigh Trump’s plan to tap Pentagon for border wall
Two cases seek to block the White House from spending Defense Department money to build the wall.
Here’s what the Army secretary has to say to contractors upset about their canceled programs
Army Secretary Mark Esper appreciates the oversight, he says, but the Army's priorities are on point.
Why Chuck Norris went face to face with a tank at Fort Hood
What happens when martial arts legend Chuck Norris explores an Abrams tank?
Navy SEAL, Marine Raider hazing that killed Army Green Beret left an irreparable hole in the lives of family, friends
Three more defendants face charges of murder, conspiracy, hazing and burglary in the case.
‘Cold Blue’ brings death-defying world of World War II B-17 bomber crews to life
“The Cold Blue” will premiere in theaters via Fathom Events for one day only.
Survivors, Gold Star families are suing the contractor who employed a suicide bomber
A group of soldiers injured, and the family members of troops and contractors killed, in a 2016 suicide bombing in Afghanistan have filed a lawsuit against the bomber's employer.
US conducts Navy exercises in Arabian Sea
The U.S. Navy says it has conducted exercises in the Arabian Sea with an aircraft carrier strike group ordered to the Persian Gulf to counter an alleged, unspecified threat from Iran.
How Hollywood can really help the U.S. military
No one should do more to provide an environment free of sexual abuse than the U.S. military — one occurrence is one too many.
Putin hails new Russian laser weapons
Peresvet is a high-energy laser, whose specific data and purpose have remained secret.
Not Duffel Blog: Pentagon wants to reimburse Taliban for travel to peace talks, says report
The Pentagon requested funding to cover the Taliban's costs for travel expenses to attend peace talks, according to a report. A defense spending bill approved by a House panel on Wednesday barred funds to reimburse the terrorist organization.
Secret tracking device found in Navy email to Navy Times amid leak investigation raises legal, ethical questions
It appears that the Navy sought to secretly extract data from the Navy Times computer network.
Trump tries to tamp down talk of war with Iran
President Donald Trump said Thursday that he hopes the U.S. is not on a path to war with Iran amid fears that his two most hawkish advisers could be angling for such a conflict with the Islamic Republic.
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