The ARRW achieved a speed of five times that of the speed of sound.
Canley was awarded the country’s highest military honor for his actions during the Vietnam War.
It's the only military academy, so far, where cadets may not graduate for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Pillsbury said it would donate 10 cents from each code entered to Operation Homefront, which helps families of military members transition back to civilian life.
Biden's trip to the Alabama factory that makes the Javelin weapons system is also drawing attention to a growing concern about the U.S. stockpile.
May is National Military Appreciation Month, and many businesses are offering deals or discounts as a way to say thank you to all U.S. service members.
Visitors to the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio can now get a look at a retired Stratotanker up close.
Tech. Sgt. Andrew Brockman of the 96th Maintenance Group won the design contest and was able to get a firsthand look.
More than 75 years ago, hungry U.S. soldiers stole a teenager's birthday cake after one of the final battles of WWII. This week, the Army made amends.
Air Force veteran Jasmine Zielomski struggled with PCOS, a relatively common but rarely discussed fertility foe, and wound up turning it into a success story.
The Pentagon has fast-tracked a new tactical drone to send to Ukraine amid its fight against Russian aggression. But what is it?
Pvt. Andrew Ladner was laid to rest Saturday at Wolf River Cemetery in Gulfport.
April 5 is Gold Star Spouses Day, a day to acknowledge and honor the spouses who have stood behind U.S. military members and lost their loved ones.
Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro announced that a future T-AO ship will be named after late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
James Slaeker, who turned 100 on March 25, has fought in three wars and also flew supplies into West Berlin during the Berlin Airlift crisis.
Military officials have asked Marines to “stay away from all wildlife animals” after a raccoon tested positive for rabies.
The only all-female, Black unit to serve in Europe during World War II will be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal more than 75 years later.
Authorities say that four U.S. Marines have been killed when their Osprey aircraft crashed in a Norwegian town in the Arctic Circle during a NATO exercise unrelated to Russia's war in Ukraine.
Army researchers have developed the Personal Heating Dexterity Device, or PHD2, to help prevent the loss of hand function in the cold.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced a list of resources for veterans who may be feeling emotional distress or reminded of their own deployment experiences, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.