Texas National Guard soldier shoots, injures migrant while on patrol along US-Mexico border
The soldier was deployed as part of a nearly 2-year-old state mission known as Operation Lone Star, in which Guard members are partnered with state police to deter criminal activity between legal ports-of-entry along the Texas border with Mexico.
Ex-SEAL dies in Ukraine; 6th known American killed in war
A former member of the U.S. special forces was killed this week in Ukraine, American officials said. They said he was not fighting in an official capacity.
3 active-duty Marines arrested for participating in Jan. 6 riot at the US Capitol
The Marines face four misdemeanor charges each — two counts of disorderly conduct, one count of knowingly entering a restricted building, and one count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol.
Marines, Honolulu police and federal agents hold raid exercises on Oahu
Under cover of darkness on Tuesday night, members of the Honolulu Police Department’s SWAT team, federal agents and members of the Marine Corps’ Okinawa-based Maritime Raid Force quietly made their way into Aloha Stadium as part of an urban combat training exercise.
What to know about the suspected Russian spy ship seen near Hawaii
Foreign military ships can legally enter the U.S. exclusive economic zone. But the Pentagon said it is “precarious timing” for a Russian vessel to be there.
Navy sacks two warship commanders in one day over ‘loss of confidence’
The Navy fired the commanders of two East Coast-based vessels, a guided-missile destroyer and an amphibious transport dock, due to unspecified performance issues.
Fort Polk soldier sentenced to 42 years in prison for raping children
A 23-year-old soldier assigned to Fort Polk, La., was sentenced to 42 years in federal prison for 13 counts of raping and sexually assaulting three children and child pornography, according to the Army Criminal Investigation Division.
Winter storm caused almost $4M of damage at Wright-Patterson
Last month's ice and snow storm caused about $4 million of damage at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, with record cold and damaged pipes forcing the days-long evacuation of five buildings, the base said this week.
Navy reservist charged in Jan. 6 riot convicted in separate weapons case
The conviction comes after jurors in an earlier trial could not reach a unanimous verdict.
Army charges 21-year-old soldier with murder in Fort Rucker killing
Pvt. Brian Jones Jr. faces one count of murder in the Jan. 10 death of Pvt. Abdul N. Latifu, said David C. Agan Jr., a Fort Rucker spokesman.
Supreme Court Justice Kagan will help christen Navy fuel ship in San Diego
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan was chosen by the Navy to be the sponsor of the USNS Earl Warren, which means she plays a key ceremonial role in the various stages of the vessel's development.
Coast Guard releases video of Russian ships in Hawaii waters
The Coast Guard announced it has been tracking what it believes is a Russian intelligence-gathering ship over "recent weeks" off the coast of the Hawaiian Islands and released video of the ship refueling at sea with another Russian vessel.
Worth the wait? Army’s new personnel portal is taking some getting used to
Three days into the Army’s full rollout of its nearly $600 million one-stop shop for all things personnel-related, feedback from soldiers using the system is decidedly mixed.
Fort Drum and 10th Mountain Division soldiers take part in D-Series Winter Challenge
Rappelling, knot tying, and medically clearing a hypothermic casualty were just some of the events taking place during the 2023 D-Series Winter Challenge on Fort Drum.
Air Force needs to better prepare for potential attacks overseas, study says
Distance may not equal better protection when it comes to countering a potential Russian or Chinese bombardment of overseas Air Force bases, according to a new study.
US soldier who worked with Patriot missiles found dead in South Korea
Staff Sgt. Theresa Garris, 28, of Stroudsburg, Pa., served as a Patriot launching station enhanced operator and maintainer at Camp Carroll.
Air Force Academy cadet facing court-martial on sexual assault charges
Air Force Academy cadet Justin Couty faces allegations that he sexually assaulted four women.
Florida Republican Rep. Greg Steube injured in accident
Florida Rep. Greg Steube was in an accident at his home and “sustained several injuries,” according to a tweet from his official account.
‘Expecting the unexpected’: Army competition identifies best EOD troops in South Korea
Soldiers from the Army’s sole explosive ordnance disposal unit in South Korea recently competed for the title of Korea EOD Team of the Year.