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Mar 27th: North Dakota service members’ income taxes are estimated to drop by $4 million between 2023 and 2025, the governor's office said. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: The future of the Army's major rebrand effort remained in limbo Monday. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: Lance Cpl. Luis Ponce-Barrera will be getting support from an unlikely source: several of the parents of Marines killed and hurt in the tragedy. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: The VET TEC program is set to expire this year. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: If you walk a mile in a soldier's boots, you might worry about their feet. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: The launches may have been timed for the arrival of the aircraft carrier Nimitz and its strike group. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: Refer a friend, get a new ribbon. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: The Coast Guard wants to accelerate its aircraft improvement and life extension projects, and build up its Fast Response Cutter fleet, if given more money. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: With billions in supplemental funding to replenish stock sent to Ukraine, added benefits for the U.S. Army are emerging. Read more ▸
Mar 27th: Controversy around the COVID-19 vaccine may have increased general anti-vaccine sentiments in military. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of March 27, 2023. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: Navy Lt. Amanda Lee, the No. 3 left wing pilot for the Blue Angels, is the first woman to fly fighter jets with the renowned flight demonstration team. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: A new campaign is underway this spring across Russia that seeks volunteers to replenish its troops for the war in Ukraine. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: American troops have been in Syria since 2015. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus. Read more ▸
Mar 26th: Actor Jonathan Majors' arrest for alleged assault, strangulation and harassment derailed the Army's rebrand project. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: Those eligible are reserve officers on active duty who handle management and training of Naval Reserve forces. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: The unfunded priorities list also requests money to buy 12 conformal fuel tanks for F-15EX fighters to extend their range and let it carry more weapons. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: The unfunded priorities list focuses on research and development projects to boost lethality, and spare parts and facilities upgrades to improve readiness. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: Lt. Gen. Michael Cederholm has served as deputy commandant for aviation since July 2022. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: The Air Force said in a release that "several" objectives were met, but refused to detail further the results of the test. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: From North Africa to the liberation of Adolf Hitler's lair in Berchtesgaden, Germany, the men of the 3rd ID slogged through it all. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: Army garrisons won't have to foot the bill for all the renaming, general says. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: The new program will promote both conservation and military readiness, officials said. Read more ▸
Mar 24th: The Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapon Systems works with acquisition and test teams to ensure old and new platforms are protected against cyber threats. 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.