On Wednesday, the 75th anniversary of the surrender, some of those same men who served the United States will not be able to return to the Missouri in Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor because of the world’s new war against the coronavirus.
By Caleb Jones, Associated Press
The announcement is closely tied to the plan to increase the U.S. troop presence in Poland, a shift long-desired by Warsaw and Polish President Andrzej Duda.
By Associated Press
The top U.S. military officer, Gen. Mark Milley, apologized for joining President Trump in a June 1 photo op amid protests over racial violence. Authorities had forcibly cleared protesters near the White House. In a recorded commencement address to the…
Officials from the Department of Defense hold a news conference on COVID-19 acquisition policy updates.
By Candice Norwood
By Associated Press
U.S. Department of Defense officials held a news conference Thursday amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. military is gearing up to fight the novel coronavirus, which is spreading rapidly across the U.S. Plans include deployment of hospital ships as overflow for hospitals, allocation of critical medical supplies and research in military labs on development…
At the request of the NewsHour, the Defense Department produced a music video of service personnel around the world singing a seasonal favorite. It’s an annual holiday tradition, and this year’s song is “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.”…
Jennifer Williams' appearance comes as higher profile witness, former national security adviser John Bolton, has so far failed to show up for his scheduled interview.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
Mark Esper said the invasion of northeastern Syria jeopardizes gains made in in recent years as the U.S.-led coalition and allied Syrian Kurdish forces battled the Islamic State group.
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