Despite Trump's disapproval, Pentagon allows transgender enlistees in US MilitaryJanuary 1st, transgender individuals will be allowed to join the U.S. armed forces.
West Point brings the hype to the Pentagon before Army-Navy gameBefore the athletes of the United States Military Academy and Naval Academy football teams hit the field Saturday for the 118th time, both cheer teams and bands took to the Pentagon to stir up some friendly competition.
DoD raises concerns about another CR, government shutdownMilitary personnel, including those fighting overseas, not be paid until the shutdown
Trump declares Jerusalem capital of Israel; moving embassy from Tel AvivThe United States is about to become the only country with an embassy in Jerusalem.
DOD IG report: Hundreds of criminal records missing from FBI databaseThe report's findings found that nearly 30 percent of records that were required to be submitted during a two year period were missing.
US putting off planned ban on its use of cluster bombsThe U.S. military considers them a legitimate and important weapon, but critics say they kill indiscriminately and pose hazards to civilians.
Flower power! DARPA is engineering plants to be spies. Seriously.Plant spies could help keep flesh-and-blood spies out of danger.
North Korea launches first missile in over 2 months
Pentagon pays the bill for service member's gender-reassignment surgeryThe surgery was done Tuesday in a private hospital and was paid for by the military's health coverage because the doctor deemed it was medically necessary.
Pentagon: Probe of Niger killings likely to come in JanuaryThe Pentagon said Army officials contacted the families this week to give them an idea of when to expect answers to the many questions that have arisen since the soldiers were killed in an ambush Oct. 4.
US could have almost 16,000 troops in Afghanistan next yearAt least 15,000 U.S. forces are in Afghanistan, after President Donald Trump decided to send about 3,800 troops to the country this fall.
Pentagon has known of crime reporting lapses for 20 yearsThe National Instant Criminal Background Check System had only one Pentagon entry for domestic violence convictions as of Dec. 31, 2016.

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