Trial opens for Army reservist charged with storming Capitol
A federal prosecutor said Army reservist Timothy Hale-Cusanelli joined the Jan. 6 Capitol riot because he wanted to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden's electoral victory and hoped to kick off a civil war.
US Army senior enlisted Guard and reserve promotions for June 2022
The following U.S. Army National Guard and reserve soldiers have been selected for promotion to the rank of master sergeant or sergeant first class, as of June 1, 2022.
US Army junior enlisted Guard and reserve promotions for June 2022
The following U.S. Army National Guard and reserve soldiers have been selected for promotion to the rank of staff sergeant or sergeant as of June 1, 2022.
US Army senior enlisted promotions for June 2022
The following U.S. Army soldiers have been selected for promotion to the rank of sergeant major, master sergeant or sergeant first class, as of June 1, 2022.
US Army junior enlisted promotions for June 2022
The following U.S. Army soldiers have been selected for promotion to the rank of staff sergeant or sergeant as of June 1, 2022.
Blue Angels arrival in Annapolis delayed due to weather
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on Annapolis this week as the Naval Academy holds Commissioning Week festivities.
Retired Army warrant officers can now join Tennessee Guard
The Tennessee National Guard says allowing all retired Army warrant officers to join its ranks will increase the readiness of its forces and allow it to fill vacancies with highly qualified individuals.
Commanding officer describes a small Norfolk unit’s big role in the Afghanistan evacuation
Making it work was the task of 30 operations planners from a small military team: the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command, working with senior State Department leaders.
Unmanned helicopters are at work in Indo-Pacific after one-year operational pause
The MQ-8C Fire Scout, an autonomous helicopter with the ability to take off and land on warships capable of carrying aircraft, went to sea aboard the USS Jackson in April, said manufacturer Northrop Grumman.
Search for Supreme Court leaker falls to former Army colonel
When Gail Curley began her job as Marshal of the Supreme Court, her primary task was to oversee the court's police force and its operations. Earlier this month, she was handed a bombshell of an assignment — overseeing an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion.
USS Connecticut underwater crash was ‘preventable,’ Navy investigation finds
Poor navigational planning, management and watch-team execution led to the USS Connecticut’s underwater crash in October, according to a Navy investigation.
Second Wright-Patterson child care center proposed as a new Air Force 'unfunded priority'
The child care center proposal appears on a list of fiscal year 2023 unfunded priority military construction requirements. The project is listed as "Child Development Center/School Age Center" at a cost of $29 million.
Marine base lockdown caused by inadvertent weapon discharge
No injuries were reported in the incident at the vast Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center located at Twentynine Palms, 125 miles east of Los Angeles.
Arizona-based Raytheon unit partners on $400M in missile contracts
Tucson-based Raytheon Missiles & Defense has won contracts worth more than $400 million with industry partners, including contracts to replace Javelin anti-tank missiles to help Ukraine repel Russia.
Los Angeles Fleet Week returns for Memorial Day weekend
LA Fleet Week returns live for the first time in more than two years, after the pandemic drove it into an online presence only. The free event will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Friday to Monday, May 27-30.
USS Minneapolis-St. Paul commissioned for service
After a weekend commissioning ceremony, the Freedom class-littoral combat ship heads to its home base at the naval station in Mayport, Fla., to await orders.
Cargo plane given moniker paying tribute to legendary Berlin Airlift ‘candy bomber’
An Air Force C-17 was given the name ‘Spirit of the Candy Bomber’ in honor of Col. Gail Halvorsen.
Leaked Air Force and Space Force policies ease tattoo restrictions for some recruits
The Space Force will permit small neck tattoos, and the Air Force is waiving some size limits on hand tattoos, according to an Air Force Recruiting Service memo leaked recently on the popular Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook page.
Pandemic pause is over for popular Friendship Festival at US air base in Tokyo
An estimated 110,000 people lined the sidewalks outside Yokota Air Base’s gates over the weekend to gain entrance to the event, which was capped off this year with the arrival of President Joe Biden aboard Air Force One on Sunday afternoon.