The San Antonio Military Health System became the San Antonio Market in a ceremony at Brooke Army Medical Center — the seventh such medical market in U.S. military medicine.
The 2022 budget request supports the department's efforts to address mission requirements and ensure service members have a safe and resilient place to live and work, a Defense Department official told the House Armed Services Committee.
When Airman 1st Class Genesaret Balladares received word that the Army Natural Resources Program, Oahu, needed help, she relied on her security forces family to aid the wildlife on the mountain sacred to her.
A DOD official says the department must invest today in creating a robust test and evaluation infrastructure with live and synthetic environments that's equipped with cutting-edge tools and staffed by people with deep expertise.
Through air shows and flyovers, the Thunderbirds, the Air Force's flight demonstration team, has performed all around the world since 1953, wowing fans while displaying the principles the Air Force represents.
For 20 years in Afghanistan, Afghan nationals lent assistance to the military operations led by American service personnel. With operations in that country closing out by the end of August, the U.S. government has made plans to move those civilians and their families to other locations.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III delivered remarks at the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence's 2021 Global Emerging Technology Summit.
Spanish Defense Minister Margarita Robles received a tour aboard the USS Hershel "Woody" Williams. The visit demonstrated the vital security cooperation and partnership between the United States and Spain.
George Thomas "Tom" Seaver credits the discipline and focus he learned in boot camp as major contributors to his legendary career.
Following a transition of authority for the Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan, a four-pronged mission remains in the country for the U.S. military, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said.