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The Air Force is ordering all installations whose security forces use body-worn cameras to stop using and dispose of the equipment. [Read More]
Lightning on lightning. [Read More]
The recruiter is in custody and has a detention hearing scheduled for next week. [Read More]
Sam Al Helli always wanted to wear a U.S. military uniform. Now he can. [Read More]
All five of Oklahoma's military installations will remain viable and are poised to grow. [Read More]
The $740 billion defense authorization bill proposal received bipartisan support in the Senate Armed Services Committee. [Read More]
Welcome to Schriever Space Force Base, Peterson Space Force Base and Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station. [Read More]
Rollout of the $16-billion project revealed significant problems with training and preparation at VA medical sites. [Read More]
Virus cases in the VA system are up 121 percent in the last month. [Read More]
The Air Force plans to drop from 60 to 56 MQ-9 Reaper combat lines in fiscal 2022 as the U.S. military decreases its presence in... [Read More]
While 750 Afghans are going straight to Virginia, thousands more will go to a way station out of Afghanistan. [Read More]
In 1945, the Navy built an ice cream ship. [Read More]
Senate Armed Services Committee members on Wednesday will debate whether to add about $25 billion to the military funding plan for fiscal 2022. [Read More]
The House Veterans' Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on the issue on July 29. [Read More]
On Tuesday, a Senate Armed Services Committee panel approved language taking all serious crimes out of the traditional chain of command. [Read More]
Only the fifth domain has yet to be penetrated by a phallus, as it were. [Read More]
The idea would carve out an exception for military members in the federal law setting the minimum age to buy cigarettes and other tobacco products. [Read More]
"As a decorated Air Force officer and a recognized women's advocate, I take a backseat to no one in standing up for the rights of... [Read More]
More than 30 changes to GI Bill eligibility and payout rules were mandated by lawmakers late last year. [Read More]
Senate leaders joined White House officials and House appropriators in backing a 2.7 percent pay raise for all servicemembers in 2022. [Read More]
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