U.S. Senate candidate Jon Keyser is taking a break from the campaign trail in Colorado to report for duty in the U.S. Air Force Reserves.
The U.S. Army has approved the first 22 women the service will commission as infantry and armor officers in the coming weeks.
A rule under consideration by Defense Secretary Ash Carter to encourage diversity among the military’s commissioned officers has sparked legal questions.
The U.S. Army successfully fired additional missiles from its newest launch platform created to provide soldiers with increased protection from enemy fire.
A congressman is calling for an investigation into the mismanagement of the adoption process for military dogs.
Merrick Garland was not eligible to be drafted into military service while he was a student at Harvard University as he took two student deferments during the Vietnam War, according to a copy of Garland’s Selective Service record obtained by the Free Beacon.
A decorated Army combat veteran who accused the Department of Veterans’ Affairs of abandoning him in his battle against terminal cancer died last week.
A Marine chef is enduring criticism for what some have labeled sexist comments he made during an episode of a reality television show.
Twenty-one generals, a majority of them American, are heading the fight against ISIS in the Middle East, according to a report Thursday. These include at least 12 U.S. generals currently based in Iraq.
The wife of a U.S. Air Force officer was identified Wednesday as one of the four Americans killed in the Brussels terror attacks last week.