Veteran Health Care
GI Bill ®
Veteran Jobs Home
Security Clearance Jobs
Military Life Home
Join the Military
Spouse & Family
PCS & Relocation
Shock & Awe
Submit a Video
Guns & Weapons
Discounts of the Month
Apparel & Accessories
Jobs I've Applied To
Army Home Page
Navy Home Page
Air Force Home Page
Marines Home Page
Coast Guard Home Page
National Guard Home Page
Spouse Home Page
News Home Page
Most Popular Military News
10 Sailors Missing, 5 Injured After Destroyer Collides with Tanker
by Hope Hodge Seck and Brendan McGarry
Search-and-rescue efforts are underway after a Navy destroyer collided with a merchant ship in the second incident in two months.
Inside the Air Force's Largest Fuel Farm in Fight vs. ISIS
by Oriana Pawlyk
The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing's fuel farm offloaded 255 million gallons of fuel in 2016 for the refueling of U.S. warplanes.
Navy Fires Commander, XO from USS Fitzgerald for Fatal Collision
by Richard Sisk
The commander of the destroyer USS Fitzgerald and the executive officer face non-judicial punishment over the deadly collision.
This Drone-Maker Armed a Quadcopter with a Sniper Rifle
A Florida company has outfitted a quadcopter with a sniper rifle, grenade launcher and wants to sell the tech to military forces.
Wreckage of Sunken Warship USS Indianapolis Discovered
Stars and Stripes
by Carlos Bongioanni
The warship sank on July 30, 1945, days after it delivered to Tinian Island components for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Judge Dismisses Suit Accusing Twitter of Supporting ISIS
by Barbara Ortutay
A federal judge in San Francisco has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Twitter of supporting the Islamic State group.
Chelsea Manning Tweets About Impending Prison Release
With less than a month before her scheduled freedom, Chelsea Manning on Thursday tweeted her thoughts about getting out of prison.
Trump Tweet Signals Ongoing Support for Guantanamo
by Lolita C. Baldor
President Trump appeared to reinforce his campaign support for the continued use of the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
Central Command's Twitter, You Tube Hacked To Post Threats to Troops
by Richard Sisk
CENTCOM's social media accounts have been hacked to post threatening messages to U.S. troops, purportedly from ISIS sympathizers.
Trump Expresses Doubts about Security of All Computers
by Jill Colvin
The president-elect rarely uses email or computers, despite his frequent tweeting.