The Navy's decision to charge five officers with negligent homicide marks a rare legal move.
A four-star admiral has recommended that the commanding officers of two ships involved in separate deadly collisions last sum...
Chief Warrant Officer 4 Brian Ware pleaded guilty to ethics violations during a court-martial at Naval Station Norfolk.
Prosecutors are describing a Marine general found in contempt as slaughing as he defied a judge's order.
The alleged 9/11 plotters accused the guards of sexual harassment by conducting "groin searches" instead of using scanners.
A former Marine Corps drill instructor will serve 45 days' restriction and be administratively separated from the military.
Peter Mims was the focus of a wide-ranging sea search after he was reported missing on June 8, 2017.
The Pentagon said last week that the enlistment of transgender recruits will start Jan. 1 and go on amid the legal battles.
An Air Force judge, found Airman Cameron A. Owens guilty of attempted murder, aggravated assault and unlawful entry.
The motions argued that moving ahead on transgender recruits would "place extraordinary burdens on our armed forces."