A RAND Corporation survey found that Americans who served in the military support extremist views at rates lower than nonveterans.
Twenty years ago this month, U.S. forces invaded Iraq. How has that conflict changed us as a nation?
Western defense officials are meeting to coordinate military assistance to Ukraine. Germany has resisted their efforts to persuade the country to export its Leopard 2 tanks, or allow others to do so.
The new guidance is for birthing and non-birthing parents, including parents who recently adopted a child and parents who used a surrogate.
President Joe Biden signed the $858 billion National Defense Authorization Act on Friday, legislation that approves fiscal 2023 funding requests for Georgia military bases from St. Marys to Marietta.
Those who put their lives on the line in the Afghan National Army and can't find a way out of Afghanistan are working menial jobs, sometimes moving locations every few days in fear for their safety.
Lt. Gen. Syed Asim Munir replaces Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, who retires on Nov. 29. Munir begins his new role amid bitter feuding between Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and former premier Imran Khan.
Three soldiers from the 75th Ranger Regiment have died between July 31 and Oct. 6 at Hunter Army Airfield.
A longstanding rule cuts off survivor benefits for military spouses when they remarry before the age of 55.
The Department of Defense is phasing out JSTARS, the Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System, which means changes in mission are coming and local leaders recognize the Robins Air Force Base workforce must adapt.
While Washington and Seoul describe their exercises as defensive, North Korea portrays them as invasion rehearsals and has used them to justify its nuclear weapons and missiles development.
The U.S. military runs more than 3,000 slot machines on U.S. military bases overseas even though the rate of problem gamblers in the military is thought to be around twice that the general population.
Lt. Gen. Michael Langley's nomination hearing to be general and commander of the United States Africa Command for the U.S. Marine Corps is set for Thursday.
Retired Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky was suspended from his contracting role with the Army and is under investigation after replying to a tweet from first lady Jill Biden on abortion rights.
Despite a high risk of brain injuries, military personnel rarely develop a disabling brain condition often found in former boxers and football players.