Trump Hits Back at Mattis on Value of US Alliances, Defends Syria Pullout
President Donald Trump disputed outgoing Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on the worth of U.S. alliances.
NORAD's Santa Tracker Will Still Run Despite Government Shutdown
More than 1,500 volunteers and military personnel will be on hand at Peterson Air Force Base to track Santa's whereabouts.
White House: Trump Would Accept Less Money for Border Wall
The White House counter-offer is somewhere between Trump's $5.7 billion request and the $1.3 billion Democrat offer.
No Dismissal in Court-Martial of USS Fitzgerald Commanding Officer
The court-martial of the ship's CO will go on, despite "unlawful command influence" by the Navy's top two flag officers.
Government Unlikely to Get Fully Back to Business for Days
A temporary measure to keep the government running seems out of reach until the Senate returns for a full session Thursday.
Trump Faces Dwindling List of Possible Replacements for SecDef Mattis
Several people sometimes mentioned as possible replacements have already come out against pulling U.S. troops out of Syria.
Turkey-Backed Syrian Fighters Prepare to Replace US Forces
President Trump has said the withdrawal from Syria will be slow and coordinated with Turkey, without providing a timetable.
Here's What's at Stake for the Coast Guard in a Government Shutdown
Nearly 57,000 U.S. Coast Guard members and civilian employees could face furlough without pay.
Firm to Unveil New Shotgun Forend/Tactical Light Combo at SHOT Show
The firm's EX Performance Tactical Light Forend is designed to fit on the Remington 870 12-gauge and on some Mossberg models.
Pentagon Wants Space Force to Be Organized Under Air Force: Report
The DoD's latest proposal would put the newest military branch under the Department of the Air Force, according to a report.
Here Are the 2019 CONUS COLA Rates
Fewer troops will receive a cost-of-living-adjustment (COLA) payment stateside in 2019
About 2,600 Troops Prepare to Spend Christmas at Mexico Border
Religious services will be available, and some troops may travel locally to spend time with friends and families.
Land Mines Will Be Hidden Killer in Yemen Decades After War
Land mines scattered by Houthi rebels represents a risk for generations to come in the Arab world's poorest country.
Bragg Units Help Field-Test New Army Combat Fitness Test
Officials announced in July that the new test will replace the Army Physical Fitness Test by October 2020.
'Marine for Life' Gene Hackman Narrates the Story of the USMC
"We, The Marines" is an unabashed love letter to the Corps.
Pet-Friendly Hotels with Military Discounts
There are many hotel chains that offer both military discounts and pet-friendly accommodations.
Sully, President Bush's Service Dog, Trains for Work at Walter Reed
The 2-year-old service dog captured Americans' hearts after the 41st president died late last month.
Good Boy! Service Dog Gets Honorary Diploma
Griffin worked at Fort Bragg in North Carolina during an internship, helping soldiers with mobility impairments as well as ps...