A new program launched by the US Department of Veteran Affairs aims to connect unemployed veterans with steady jobs.
The number of veterans waiting more than a month for medical attention is 50 percent higher now than it was a year ago, when it prompted a national scandal.
The Marines will rename eight branches of Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command as Raiders at a ceremony on Friday.
The Pentagon and other countries are developing robotic weapons that can choose when to attack without human oversight. But a push to regulate or ban development of such weapons is mounting.
Here are six of the big questions the Pentagon is grappling with, even as calls for more troops to the region continue.
The United States will deploy more American military personnel to train, advise, and assist Iraqi security forces.
Over the next four years, US Army soldiers will make the switch to uniforms featuring a different camouflage pattern, as well as other minor changes.
President Obama awarded Pvt. William Henry Johnson and Sgt. William Shemin the Medal of Honor on Tuesday, nearly a century after the soldiers performed heroic acts on the battlefields of France.
President Barack Obama plans to posthumously bestow the nation's highest military honor on both men for their actions in 1918 during a White House ceremony Tuesday.
On Friday, the Army announced that all the women who attempted to graduate from Ranger School had officially failed to meet the standards, according to a military source.
A US military pilot this week complained that it has become too difficult for him to get authorization to shoot at anything from his A-10 gunship.
US officials disclosed on Wednesday that US Army facilities mistakenly shipped live anthrax bacteria to laboratories in nine states and an air base in South Korea.
After Defense Secretary Ashton Carter accused Iraqi troops of showing 'no will to fight,' Iraq and Iran took issue with his statements. US military experts say the two countries may have a point.
Memorial Day comes as the Islamic State makes gains in Iraq, unraveling the work many Iraq War veterans did.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says Iraqi forces 'showed no will to fight' in the face of Islamic State fighters. Critics say the Obama administration needs to do more on the ground there.
Victims who report military sexual assault are 12 times more likely to experience retaliation than to see their attacker convicted of a sex crime, according to a new report.
Military officials unveiled 100 of the latest high-tech advances at the Pentagon's first-ever 'lab day.' Here are five of the most talked-about technologies.
The wreckage of the copter that carried six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers was found 15 miles from the town of Charikot, near where the aircraft had gone missing on Tuesday while delivering humanitarian aid following the April 25 earthquake.
The heightened security level covered everything from recruiting stations to National Guard posts in the United States.
Actor Chuck Norris, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, and Walmart have issued statements about Jade Helm 15, an upcoming US Army training program in Texas and six other Western states. Is this an invasion plan?
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