A long-decried law dubbed the “widow’s tax” that reduced the amount of cash support some surviving military spouses could receive each month will begin a planned phaseout this month, a change triggered by a 2020 law.
Iran fired cruise missiles Thursday as part of a naval drill in the Gulf of Oman, state media reported, under surveillance of what appeared to be a U.S. nuclear submarine dispatched to the region amid heightened tensions between the countries.
The United States military is our frontline defense and has a critical role in protecting the United States from threats around the world.
Here are some of the important changes coming to your GI Bill benefits for 2021. The legislation makes several changes to existing benefit programs.
Just weeks before the carrier Gerald R. Ford got underway for a post-delivery test and trial period in early November, a “small number” aboard tested positive for COVID-19 and were pulled off the ship to quarantine.
Navy leaders have, for the third time, postponed service-wide fitness tests as the U.S. sees its most troubling jump in coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.
Plans to build a 500-ship Navy are still intact as the Trump administration ushered in a host of new leaders at the Pentagon this week — though the top admiral overseeing shipbuilding says challenges remain.
Another Navy expeditionary sea base will be named for a Marine Corps hero who earned the Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam.