Renaming Army bases linked to Confederates could cost $21 million, commission report estimates
The report breaks down the costs and processes of selecting and implementing the name changes.
Redstone unveils new ‘directed energy beam’ test range
Directed energy beams that could include lasers will streak down a target range from two new Army test laboratories unveiled Monday.
Sniper teams square off at Army facility in Germany to find Europe’s top gun
The European Best Sniper Team Competition began Friday at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, bringing together 36 pairs from 18 countries.
Twice accused of sexual assault, his Army commanders let him go; he attacked again
An analysis by ProPublica and the Texas Tribune reveals that soldiers in the Army are more likely to be locked up ahead of trial for drug offenses than for sexual assault under a system that gives commanders control.
Pentagon installs Langley as AFRICOM leader in ‘historic moment’
Michael Langley’s promotion to lead AFRICOM represents a momentous occasion for the Marine Corps, as he is the first Black four-star general in the service’s 246-year history.
Camp Pendleton Marine killed in Kabul honored with posthumous medal at Disneyland
On Aug. 8, a posthumous medal — commemorating Lance Cpl. Dylan Merola for his actions on Aug. 26 while standing guard at Kabul’s airport in Afghanistan — was presented to his family during Disneyland’s somber Flag Retreat Ceremony.
Airfield-seizure drills place US Marines, Indonesian troops in a working relationship
Okinawa-based Marines are participating in Super Garuda Shield, an exercise involving 2,000 American and 2,000 Indonesian troops.
Air Force’s Thunderbirds to fly over Las Vegas Monday afternoon
The United States Air Force Demonstration Squadron, also known as the Thunderbirds, are returning to Nellis Air Force Base Monday.
New Iowa military memorial dedicated by former, active sailors from USS The Sullivans
On a weekend when sailors from both the decommissioned and active ships USS The Sullivans reunited at Iowa Irish Fest, a new memorial depicting the original Navy ship was unveiled in Waterloo.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to hold active shooter exercise
The base will go into "full lock-down" as part of exercise.
Image of Army football players wins gold in worldwide sports photo contest 
Dustin Satloff’s image shows three players from the U.S. Military Academy in the MetLife Stadium locker room with towels over their heads as they wait to take on the Midshipmen of the U.S. Naval Academy in December 2021.
Maryland Army National Guard unit expected to lose 7 Confederate campaign streamers
Many members of the 1st Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment (5th Maryland) of the Maryland Army National Guard split from the Union during the Civil War and took up arms for the South.
Navy Super Hornet that was blown off carrier deck recovered from Mediterranean
Search and recovery took less than 24 hours from the time the plane was located, Lt. Cmdr. Miguel Lewis, U.S. Sixth Fleet salvage officer, said in the statement.
Iowa Air National Guard’s 185th Air Refueling Wing gets first female commander
Col. Sonya Morrison obtained the highest rank of her career when she was officially installed as the first female commander of the Iowa Air National Guard's 185th Air Refueling Wing in Sioux City.
FE Warren Air Force Base home dedication memorializes first Black general
Brig. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. was the first Black one-star general in the U.S. Armed Forces and lived in Quarters 64 in 1912.
Montana Army National Guard change of command ceremony held at Fort Harrison
Col. Renea Dorvall assumed command of the Montana Army National Guard during a change of command ceremony held at Fort Harrison.
New Rhode Island National Guard colonel breaks barriers
Sharon Harmon attained the rank of colonel at a promotion ceremony at the Joint Force Headquarters, Camp Fogarty, in East Greenwich, R.I.
Alabama welcomes new commander of Redstone Arsenal
Huntsville’s Redstone Arsenal said goodbye to its retiring “mayor,” Col. Glenn Mellor, and welcomed his replacement, Garrison Commander Col. Brian Cozine.
Veteran successfully challenges Air Force’s top enlisted leader on Facebook ban
In a court settlement filed Wednesday, the Air Force agreed to stop deleting comments and banning users from its sites based on their opinions.