The Pentagon earlier this year required the vaccine for all members of the military, including active duty, National Guard and the Reserves.
The Trump-era Pentagon head says he wants to publish an "unvarnished" account of his turbulent time in the post. But the Biden administration wants him to delete parts of 60 pages of the text.
The Aug. 29 U.S. drone strike was supposed to target ISIS-K members, but the attack killed 10 Afghan civilians. Now those victims' families will get unspecified condolence payments.
The military is asking for 18 airplanes, but says the passenger jets will not fly into or out of Kabul. Instead, they'll be used to ferry passengers from temporary safe havens outside of Afghanistan.
The Defense Department canceled its $10 billion cloud contract called JEDI, planning instead to hire multiple vendors. Amazon sued after its loss to Microsoft, seeking to depose Donald Trump.
A new report says commanders need training to learn how to stop what an official described as "daily acts of demeaning language and sexual harassment" in the military.
The Department of Defense had its first independent financial audit in 2017. After three failed attempts, lawmakers are losing their patience. A new bill could impose financial penalties on the DoD.
President Biden signed an executive order repealing the Trump transgender ban in his first week in office, directing the Pentagon to begin the process to allow transgender people to serve openly.
The Pacific Deterrence Initiative aims to beef up the military in the Pacific and work more closely with partners and allies. But some experts are cautious about inflating the Chinese threat.
The retired four-star Army general served in the military for 40 years including as the first Black general to lead U.S. Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East.
"While a change in force posture, this action is not a change in U.S. policy," the Pentagon said Friday. The Trump administration will reassign most of the personnel elsewhere in East Africa.
The firing of Defense Secretary Mark Esper was the beginning of a series of changes to top-level positions at the Pentagon.
Gen. Frank McKenzie, who is responsible for U.S. forces in the Middle East, says the U.S. presence will drop from 5,200 to 3,000 troops in a move he says shows confidence in Iraqi army.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper and his Chinese counterpart lectured one another in a 90-minute call as the highest level U.S. delegation in four decades plans a provocative visit to Taiwan.