Evicted: IS fighters get the boot from IraqThe town of Rawah remained as the last Islamic State stronghold in Iraq–until last week, when Iraqi soldiers backed by a US-led coalition reclaimed it.
USMC drill instructor receives 10 years in prisonMarine Corps drill instructor is guilty of beating, stomping and choking new recruits.
Disturbing details emerge about Texas church shooter's history of violenceDevin Patrick Kelley's court martial in 2012 for abusing his wife and stepchild was just one example from a life riddled with violent outbursts.
A federal court just blocked Trump's ban on transgender servicemembersThe US District Court ruled that the President cannot roll back government policy to re-exclude trans people from serving in the military.
This WW2 aircrew risked it all for this photoExplosions and 200 bullets didn’t stop the most decorated crew in American history.
Read (most of) the JFK assassination filesAlmost all of the previously withheld documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available online.
A look at what militaries around the world eat when in the fieldA glimpse of what soldiers around the world eat when in the field.
What will Bowe Berghdahl's sentence be?Depending on the outcome of today's hearing, Bergdahl could serve life in prison for walking away from his post in Afghanistan in 2009. He spent five years in captivity with the Taliban.
Yes, past Presidents absolutely reached out to Gold Star families"If you look at President Obama and other presidents, most of them didn't make calls," Trump said in defense of his response to the four soldiers killed in Niger.
Read John McCain's speech from last night's Liberty Medal Ceremony"We live in a land made of ideals, not blood and soil. We are the custodians of those ideals at home, and their champion abroad."
The Challenge Coin Tradition: Do You Know How It Started?They’ve been an American military tradition for a century, meant to instill unit pride, improve esprit de corps and reward hard work and excellence.
Joining the military just got more complicated for non-citizensForeign nationals in the MAVNI (Military Accessions Vital to National Interest) and green card holders will face closer scrutiny, the DoD announced.