- Hagel offers troops rare glimmer of hope on budget Updated: Dec-08-13 2:16 pm
- Fort Wainwright has new commander Updated: Dec-07-13 5:49 pm
- Mass. marks Pearl Harbor anniversary Updated: Dec-07-13 4:27 pm
- Hagel given assurances on Afghan security deal Updated: Dec-07-13 2:10 pm
- Agans to be new commander of US Army unit at Shaw Updated: Dec-04-13 4:05 am
- White Sands Missile Range commander promoted Updated: Nov-29-13 8:11 am
- Charges filed against former Russian defense chief Updated: Nov-28-13 8:02 am
- Navy: Shipyard cuts may delay sub deployments Updated: Nov-26-13 9:14 pm
- Anniversary of JFK death brings sadness, solemnity Updated: Nov-22-13 9:01 pm
- APNewsBreak: Navy Yard gunman had access pulled Updated: Nov-22-13 3:47 pm
- Defense chief: Big ship important for Asia-Pacific Updated: Nov-21-13 4:23 pm
- Study: Nuclear force feeling 'burnout' from work Updated: Nov-21-13 3:26 am
- Defense chief Hagel to visit Maine's BIW Thursday Updated: Nov-19-13 11:43 am
- W.Va. Guard airlift wing has change of command Updated: Nov-16-13 9:04 am
- Hagel cites "troubling lapses" among nuke forces Updated: Nov-15-13 2:27 pm
- A year after Gaza operation, little joy in Israel Updated: Nov-13-13 1:58 pm
- Automatic spending cuts would bite more in 2014 Updated: Nov-11-13 7:25 pm
- India fears more militants as US quits Afghanistan Updated: Nov-09-13 6:22 am
- Military joint chiefs warn about budget cuts Updated: Nov-07-13 1:39 pm
CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan - U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday offered troops a rare glimmer of hope on the department's financial woes, saying a possible budget agreement back home could ease the automatic spending cuts that have hit the military hard.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Col. Sidney Zemp has taken over as commander at Fort Wainwright, Interior Alaska's largest military installation.
BOSTON - More than 200 people have gathered at a decommissioned U.S. Navy destroyer stationed in Boston to commemorate the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that launched the U.S. into World War II.
KABUL, Afghanistan - Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel said Saturday he received assurances from Afghanistan's defense minister that a stalled security agreement with the United States would be signed in "a very timely manner."
SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, South Carolina - An Army unit connected with the South Carolina-based U.S. Army Central is getting a new commander.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - The commander of the Army's White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico is being promoted.
MOSCOW - Criminal charges were filed Thursday against the former Russian defense minister, who was accused of using servicemen and government funds to build a road to a vacation home and do landscaping work on the property.
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - The Navy's top submarine commander in the Pacific says budget issues won't affect his ability to deploy submarines next year.
DALLAS - It was the same time, 12:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22. It was the same place, downtown Dallas.
WASHINGTON - The company that employed the Washington Navy Yard shooter pulled his access to classified material for two days in August when mental health problems became evident, but restored it quickly and never told Navy officials about the withdrawal, The Associated Press has learned.
BATH, Maine - The biggest destroyer ever built for the U.S. Navy will play an important role in the Pacific Ocean as the U.S. refocuses attention on the region, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told shipbuilders and sailors on Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Key members of the Air Force's nuclear missile force are feeling "burnout" from what they see as exhausting, unrewarding and stressful work, according to an unpublished study obtained by The Associated Press.
BATH, Maine - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will visit to Maine's Bath Iron Works on Thursday.
MARTINSBURG, West Virginia - There has been a change of command at West Virginia National Guard's 167th Airlift Wing in Martinsburg.
WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Friday there is "no room for error" by those responsible for America's nuclear forces, commenting publicly for the first time on what he called "troubling lapses" in professionalism within the nuclear ranks.
JERUSALEM - A year after a bruising Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, southern Israel has sprung back to life, and the frequent rocket fire that once plagued the region has nearly stopped. But it's Hamas, not the Israelis who are celebrating.
WASHINGTON - It's not just longstanding battles over taxes and curbing mandatory spending that are obstacles to a year-end pact on the budget. Another problem is a perception among some lawmakers that the automatic spending cuts known as sequestration haven't been as harsh as advertised.
SRINAGAR, India - India is bracing for more militancy in the battle-scarred region of Kashmir, believing that fighters now focused on resisting U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan will shift toward the Himalayan flashpoint with Pakistan.
WASHINGTON - The country's top military officers warned Congress Thursday that continued automatic cuts in the armed services' budgets will force reductions in manpower, training and weapons purchases that reduce the nation's ability to defend itself and could cause higher U.S. casualties.