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Jun 03rd: On this episode of The Spouse Angle, the newest Military Spouse of the Year shares wisdom for prioritizing wellness during deployments and military moves. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: It's the most competitive round of on-time promotions to lieutenant colonel since the Air Force overhauled its selection process in 2020. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: The annual report to Congress also warns of a personnel shortage within the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Navy officials did not answer questions Friday about the post and whether it had been removed. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: David White Jr. is a West Point grad who held a key leadership role in efforts to resettle Afghanistan refugees in the United States. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Retired Lt. Col. Robert Birchum was sentenced Thursday for unlawfully possessing classified documents. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: An F-35B Lightning II jet recently arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: A wider range of future soldiers can now enlist in the Army’s Future Soldier Preparatory Course. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: The Marines took a major step forward in acquiring a combat utility uniform that builds in fire resistance, minimizes visibility and adds comfort. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley says Ukrainian forces are training on Abrams tanks and US is working on agreements to train them on F-16s. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: The TSP, which has some $800 billion in assets, announced a year ago that it was standing up a new system to improve customer service. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: In a speech in Finland, Blinken said a cease-fire without Russia’s withdrawal would simply “freeze current lines in place.” Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Tuition Assistance offers 100 percent of your tuition paid for while you’re on active duty. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: China Ukraine envoy's appeal comes as Washington and its European allies are ramping up supplies of missiles, tanks and other weapons to Ukrainian forces. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Fort Bragg shed its Confederate namesake Friday to become Fort Liberty as part of the U.S. military's base-renaming initiative. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: The Biden administration is ready to talk to Russia without conditions about a future nuclear arms control framework. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: A "thought experiment" from the service that went viral highlights the possible dangers that could come from giving autonomous drones too much power. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Much of the session was spent answering lawmakers’ questions about the Pentagon’s resistance to cooperating with the International Criminal Court. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: Lt. Gen. Gregory Guillot currently serves as the No. 2 officer at U.S. Central Command. Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: “I took the cover off the ship’s tin pepper box, and — I cut into the middle of that donut the first hole ever seen by mortal eyes!” Read more ▸
Jun 02nd: The number of women veterans over the age of 65 is expected to increase by a staggering 237% between 2021 and 2041, according to data from VA. Read more ▸
Jun 01st: At least one show was canceled as a result. Read more ▸
Jun 01st: Antisemitic harassment, vandalism and assault in the U.S. reached a historic high in 2022. Read more ▸
Jun 01st: More than 900 academy graduates are becoming second lieutenants in either the Air Force or Space Force. Read more ▸
Jun 01st: On a stop in Tokyo, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin stressed the importance of communication between Washington's and Beijing's defense authorities. Read more ▸
Prohibition on troops seeking redress for injuries sustained in service doesn’t apply
An evaluation of the Defense Department and its law enforcement organizations has revealed a lack of an active shooter response and training standard, which officials worry may ultimately “result in a delayed and uncoordinated response that could increase casualties” at military installations.
ABOARD A C-40 MILITARY TRANSPORT JET—Halfway through his tenure in charge of the National Guard, Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson’s quest to get all Guardsmen year-round health insurance has stalled.
An off-duty Virginia police officer who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan, 6, 2021, with a fellow officer was sentenced Thursday to more than seven years in prison, matching the longest prison sentence so far among hundreds of Capitol riot cases.
A Marine first sergeant was driving through a small North Carolina town when he encountered a man lying in a nearby field, bearing injuries after being hit by a car.
Paralympian and former Army platoon leader, 1st Lt. Melissa Stockwell, 42, deployed to Iraq in March 2004 with the 27th Main Support Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, after enlisting two years earlier. But after just three weeks in Baghdad, her life would never be the same.
EAST GREENWICH, R.I. (AP) — The Rhode Island National Guard has its first Black colonel.
In an excerpt released Aug. 8 by the New Yorker, authors Peter Baker and Susan Glasser — senior reporters for the New York Times and the New Yorker, respectively — reveal shocking details from inside former President Donald Trump’s relationship with top military brass.
WASHINGTON — As telecom companies struggle to complete the transition to the fifth-generation, or 5G, mobile standard, the Pentagon is backing an effort focused on 6G research and technologies amid a military-wide push to modernize communications and connectivity.