The skipper of the guided-missile cruiser Antietam has been removed from his post, a month after the ship ran aground in Tokyo Bay.
1st Sgt. Roxanne R. Collins, the first sergeant of Camp Lejeune’s Engineer Maintenance Company, 2nd Maintenance Battalion, addresses Marines at the air station’s Aerial Port of Embarkation. (Marine Corps/Pfc. Samantha H. Arrington)
The prison commander said he has neither seen nor wants a say on any coming Trump administration executive order.
Tom Perez speaks in Birmingham, Ala. Former Vice President Joe Biden is backing Perez to head the Democratic National Committee, calling the Obama administration labor secretary the…
For many Americans, civilian and military, the most intimate look at the 2003 invasion of Iraq comes through the eyes of a company of wry reconnaissance Marines who trade insults and belt Avril Lavigne songs to ward off sleeplessness and boredom as they plunge deep into an unknown combat zone as shock troops in thinly protected Humvees.
President Kennedy greets Peace Corps workers in 1961. Junger argues that mandatory national service with military and non-military options could build a more cohesive society. (White House photo/Abbie Rowe)
Two satellites for the U.S. Air Force's Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program lift off atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket on Aug. 19, 2016.
Another picture-perfect morning was shaping up that Sunday on Oahu, Hawaii, as Army Staff Sgt. George Frazier stepped across the grassy quadrangle outside the Schofield Barracks. The sky was clear and bright, just an occasional fluffy cloud drifting by. The temperature hovered around 70.
Greenville native Sandi Morris won silver in the women's pole vault Friday at the 2016 Olympic Games
Lou Pearlman, the disgraced impresario behind the Backstreet Boys and 'NSYNC who was serving out a 25-year prison term after being convicted of running a half-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme in 2008, died Friday night, multiple sources confirm to Billboard. He was 62.