Thousands of Marines Head to Middle East on Navy Ship as Iran Pledges Retaliation
The amphibious assault ship USS Bataan, its crew and roughly 2,200 Marines aboard are moving to the Middle East.
US Military Tells Iraq It Is Preparing to 'Move Out': Official Letter
The U.S. military informed its counterparts in Baghdad on Monday it is preparing for "movement out of Iraq."
Military Patients Will 'Absolutely Positively' See Better Care After Merger, DHA Head Says
Improvements should include faster prescription pickups and painless appointment booking off base, he said.
US Suspends Anti-ISIS Mission in Iraq to Protect Against Iranian Reprisals
U.S. troops in Iraq will focus on force protection against expected retaliation for the killing of an Iranian general.
No, the Marines Are Not Calling Up Individual Ready Reservists amid Rising Mideast Tensions
A prank story on social media says that the 2nd Marine Division is involuntarily mobilizing Marines from the IRR.
Trump Warns of Sanctions if Iraq Tries to Expel US Troops
President Donald Trump insists that Iranian cultural sites are fair game for the U.S. military.
Vietnam War POW Meets Widow of Pilot who Shot his Plane Down
Lt. Col. James Williams has something better than a bucket list.
'Captain Marvel' Effect? Air Force Academy Sees Most Female Applicants in 5 Years
Women make up 28.6% of the 2020 applicant class.
Arlington Cemetery Implements 100% ID Checks Amid Iran Fears
Arlington National Cemetery is tightening its security protocols and warning visitors to report suspicious activity.
Iranian TV: Iran Drops Nuclear Limits
Limitations were set in a 2015 nuclear deal.
Sailor’s Sister, NCIS Plead for Help Solving 40-Year-Old Murder Cold Case
Cathy Abbott has never stopped wondering why someone would take her brother's life.
US Service Member, DoD Contractors Killed in Kenya al-Shabaab Attack
Two other U.S. military members were wounded.
Trump Says 52 Targets Already Lined up if Iran Retaliates
Trump linked the number of sites to the number of hostages held by Iran in 1979.
Rocket Attacks Hit Baghdad's Green Zone, Balad Air Base: Iraqi Military
The attacks came as the U.S. bolsters forces in the region in response to Iranian threats.
Pompeo: US Military Would Only Hit Lawful Targets in Iran
The laws of armed conflict prohibit the deliberate targeting of cultural sites under most circumstances.