The Supreme Court voted Tuesday to enact the Trump administration's policy prohibiting people with a gender identity that differs from their biological sex from serving in the military.
There's been much ado about data suggesting there are fewer post-9/11 veterans starting their own businesses than in generations past. But those statistics may be misleading.
How can a country that spends so much on its military be at such a disadvantage?
A picture taken from a United States Marines C-130 transport aircraft shows the area near Brekstad, Norway, during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Trident Juncture 2018 exercise on October 31st, 2018.
For the Air Force, climate change just got personal.
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A bipartisan group of lawmakers united on Monday to call for action from both Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Hundreds of veterans seeking treatment for sexual trauma they experienced while in the military had their claims wrongly denied by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Sweeping military reforms include new guidelines for how the Department of Defense must handle child-on-child sexual assault on military bases.
After news broke in July that the United States Army was quietly discharging immigrant recruits, high-ranking military officials have ordered a halt to the discharges.
A congressional committee moved on Wednesday to bar the Trump administration from deporting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients who served in the military.
At least 40 people have been discharged.
Despite the ongoing ascension of non-state armed groups in the Middle East, the U.S. military seems to be pivoting to a power competition against Russia and China.
A protester is removed by police officers during a sit-in to block construction vehicles working on the expansion of Camp Schwab, a United States military base, on May 31st, 2018, in Nago, Okinawa prefecture, Japan.
A legal principle intended to protect service members after World War II has spawned a dangerous precedent.