The U.S. Navy is trying to recruit at least 400 of its gay, lesbian, and bisexual sailors to take a survey designed to gauge their military experience since the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
A Russian spy plane briefly entered NATO airspace Tuesday, the first reported incident of a Russian military aircraft encroaching on territory patrolled by the alliance since the Ukraine crisis began.
Large-scale NATO war games underway in Europe this week include the deployment of B-52 nuclear-capable bombers, as non-NATO member Sweden hunts for a Russian mini-submarine in its territorial waters.
Sweden suspects that a Russian submarine has illegally entered its waters and says it is prepared to force the craft to reveal itself.
The Marine Corps’ “Super Stallion” CH-53K heavy-lift helicopter is about to exit the gates and fly for the first time.
The Air Force has kicked out the air controller who called in the June 9 airstrike from a B-1B bomber in Afghanistan that killed five American soldiers.
A U.S. immigration judge has set bond at $25,000 for two Afghan soldiers who took off from a military training exercise in Massachusetts last month to avoid returning to Afghanistan, where they say their lives are in danger from the Taliban.
A scathing government accountability report issued Tuesday shows that the State Department has fallen far short of meeting congressional standards for assessing the threat of Iran in Latin America.
Kurdish militias defending the northern Syrian town of Kobani waited Tuesday for Turkey to allow promised reinforcements across the border, as Islamic State fighters posted video of militants opening crates of weapons presumably airdropped by U.S. forces.
The U.S. State Department has approved a $600 million tank ammunition deal with Iraq.
Staff Sgt. Maurice Fevold, who died during World War II almost 70 years ago, was finally buried Monday with full military honors.
Japan’s Ministry of Defense claims incursions into its airspace by Russian jets have doubled in the past six months.