- New commanding officer takes over at Dover Air Force Base Updated: Aug-01-15 5:14 pm
DOVER, Delaware - The 512th Airlift Wing based at Dover Air Force Base has a new commanding officer.
- Navy's newest attack submarine, USS John Warner, joins fleet Updated: Aug-01-15 2:47 pm
NORFOLK, Virginia - The Navy's newest nuclear-powered attack submarine joined the fleet Saturday, with top Navy officials saying that it couldn't come soon enough with ever-increasing demands from combatant commanders.
- Colombian military plane crashes, killing all 11 on board Updated: Jul-31-15 8:25 pm
BOGOTA, Colombia - A Colombian military transport plane crashed in the country's north on Friday, killing all 11 personnel aboard.
- Women command of South Mississippi Seabee, Air Force bases Updated: Jul-31-15 8:43 am
BILOXI, Mississippi - For the first time, the Seabee base in Gulfport and Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi are being led by women.
- House speaker protested by flag supporters at Neshoba Fair Updated: Jul-30-15 4:49 pm
PHILADELPHIA, Mississippi - About two dozen people who want to keep the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi flag held the banner in silent protest Thursday as Republican state House Speaker Philip Gunn spoke at the Neshoba County Fair.
- Defense secretary calls for review of security policies Updated: Jul-30-15 2:56 pm
WASHINGTON - Secretary of Defense Ash Carter has reminded the military service chiefs that Defense Department policy does allow some military personnel to be armed while working at recruiting centers and ROTC offices.
- About 8,000 patients at Fort Bragg clinic to be reassigned Updated: Jul-30-15 1:59 pm
FORT BRAGG, North Carolina - About a quarter of the patients at Fort Bragg's Clark Health Clinic will be reassigned to other Army clinics because of a shortage of health care providers.
- Tracking 'shadows' in New Mexico's Bootheel Updated: Jul-29-15 9:05 am
ANIMAS VALLEY, New Mexico - WARNING, the sign says: primitive road. WARNING, another reads: no services ahead.
- US military chief: World risks becoming immune to crises Updated: Jul-28-15 7:04 pm
NEW YORK - The top U.S. military official warned Tuesday that the world risks becoming immune to the suffering caused by escalating global security threats.
- US Navy examines health concerns near Guantanamo court Updated: Jul-28-15 2:44 pm
MEXICO CITY - A complaint lodged with the Pentagon has prompted the U.S. Navy to look into the possible presence of anything that may cause cancer in a section of the base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a military spokeswoman said Tuesday.
- Iraqi militias train young teens to face the threat of IS Updated: Jul-28-15 10:41 am
BAGHDAD - In the steamy Baghdad night, sweat poured down the faces of the Iraqi teens as they marched around a school courtyard, training for battle against the Islamic State group.
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Jul-28-15 8:08 am
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- 'Just the ticket': 4-star solution to nuclear Air Force ills Updated: Jul-27-15 2:01 pm
WASHINGTON - Working to reinvigorate its nuclear force after years of missteps and scandal, the Air Force is putting a four-star general in charge for the first time in the post-Cold War era. His mission: Restore institutional muscle and assert more influence on the force's behalf.
- Swiss army makes incursion into France for water for cattle Updated: Jul-27-15 10:31 am
PARIS - Swiss army helicopters have crossed the Franco-Swiss border in an unexpected incursion - to help thirsty Swiss cows.
- UCF researcher appointed to Army advisory board Updated: Jul-26-15 3:10 am
ORLANDO, Florida - A University of Central Florida vice president has been appointed to serve on the Army Science Board.
- Colombia suspends raids on FARC camps following rebel truce Updated: Jul-25-15 10:43 pm
BOGOTA, Colombia - Colombia's government is suspending aerial bombings of guerrilla camps in a bid to de-escalate fighting and breathe new life into struggling peace talks.
- Kansas sues US Army over Fort Riley food service contract Updated: Jul-24-15 2:16 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas is suing the U.S. Army, alleging that the military is trying to prevent the state from continuing to provide cafeteria service at Fort Riley, a contract worth about $1.1 million a year that it's received since 2006.
- Myanmar ethnic peace talks recess without peace agreement Updated: Jul-24-15 5:20 am
YANGON, Myanmar - A three-day round of talks between the government and leaders of ethnic rebel groups concluded Friday without a sought-after ceasefire draft agreement to end decades of fighting.
- Chattanooga mayor issues order to protect shooting sites Updated: Jul-24-15 4:05 am
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee - Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke has issued an order to keep protesters away from the sites of last week's shootings as well as funeral processions and funeral services.
- Report details chronic problems at Army anthrax facility Updated: Jul-23-15 8:25 pm
NEW YORK - Pentagon officials released a report Thursday detailing recurring problems at an Army bioterror facility that accidentally sent live anthrax to other labs for more than a decade.
- Walker travels to Pentagon to make case for Alaska troops Updated: Jul-23-15 6:28 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Alaska Gov. Bill Walker met Thursday in Washington, D.C., with Pentagon officials to make a case for maintaining current troop levels in the state.
- Armed civilians stand guard outside SD recruiting center Updated: Jul-23-15 5:43 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Armed civilians stood guard Thursday outside a busy military recruiting center in South Dakota, a volunteer effort to protect recruiters following last week's killing of four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
- Customs and Border Protection to hold vessel naming ceremony Updated: Jul-23-15 5:41 am
HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - The U.S. Customs and Border Protection will name three boats after members of the agency who died in the line of duty.
- Army chief of staff to promote new Fort Carson general Updated: Jul-23-15 5:09 am
FORT CARSON, Colorado - The Army's top general will promote a Fort Carson commander to the rank of one-star general.
- Kansas National Guard to be reviewed for security Updated: Jul-23-15 5:08 am
TOPEKA, Kansas - Gov. Sam Brownback has ordered a review of security at Kansas National Guard facilities in the wake of the fatal shootings at Tennessee recruiting sites.