New federal legislation would give drone operators stationed on American soil the same tax benefits given to soldiers stationed in a combat zone.
A group of Air Force service members have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Defense and the head of the Air Force to block them from discharging U.S. service members who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine.
Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet met with the head of the U.S. Air Force on Tuesday to push for keeping the U.S. Space Command's headquarters in their state.
More than 17 veterans die per day from suicide in the United States.
This week marked the 75th day since Russia invaded Ukraine. As the humanitarian disaster unfolds, those carrying out Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP) say additional government funding could make their work more effective.
On top of the more than 1.4 million active-duty service members in the military, the United States is home to over 17.8 million veterans.
As Russian military forces continue their invasion of Ukraine, environmental organizations worldwide are raising concerns about the war's far-reaching devastation to the environment.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has raised fears among the public about the use of nuclear weapons in Europe or against the United States. This level of concern has not been seen since the end of the Cold War.
Since November 2021, the U.S. has provided three shipments of military aid to Ukraine, sending weapons and equipment from its own stocks held at bases throughout Europe.
The prospect of a nuclear exchange between Russia and the United States seemed, until recently, to have ended with the Cold War.