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More than 115 paratroopers assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, return home from a nine-month deployment

Army Captain Sues Obama Administration Over the War Against ISIS

Nathan Smith argues the president has violated the War Powers Resolution.

Pentagon Close, But No Cigar, on Curbing Improper Payments

Watchdog says lack of auditable financial statement threatens reliability.

The American Casualties in the Fight Against ISIS

Three U.S. service personnel have been killed in Iraq since October 2015.

Some MUOS antennae in Niscemi.

The Navy’s Most Advanced Communications System is Stuck in a Confusing Tale of Italian Justice

The service is all set to use an advanced communications channel in the Mediterranean and Middle East. But it's not allowed to.

Sgt. 1st Class Kristina Martinelli evacuates a casualty at the obstacle course in 2015.

A Twist in the Fight for Women in the Military

One Republican’s attempt stop the integration of women into the military might end up making them eligible for the draft.

An artist rendition of the Bell V-280 Valor.

The Futuristic Aircraft That May Replace the Black Hawk Will Fly Next Year

But don’t expect the V-280 or SB-1 to hit battlefields until after 2030 — unless their builders find other customers first

An American Service Member Is Killed in Iraq

Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the person was slain in fighting near Irbil.

Five Years After bin Laden's Death, al-Qaeda Lives On

The group gets less attention than its former affiliate ISIS, but may be quietly consolidating its position out of the spotlight.

Pentagon Wants to Raise Purchase Card Maximum to $10,000

House lawmakers leave proposed language out of first draft of Defense authorization bill, but sources say it could come up again.

Panel Repeals Cuts to Pentagon Travel Per Diems

Major Defense legislation advances that would scrap a 2014 department policy that slashed long-term travel reimbursement rates.