Thursday afternoon at the White House, President Trump presented Slabinski with the Medal of Honor for his actions – getting wounded team members off the mountain and directing devastating close-air-support against the enemy. But not everyone in the military’s close-knit special operations community sees it that way.
With another potential government shutdown looming, the Speaker of the House wants to make sure the U.S. military is not shortchanged after more deadly crashes in the past week killed nine American servicemen, which the Wisconsin Republican blamed on years of budget cuts.
A warning that the U.S. has fallen so far behind in missile tech compared with China, it may not be able to win a future war against Beijing.
The US government is demanding Iran release an 81-year-old American it returned to prison this week-- after giving him a 4-day leave for health reasons.
It's been nearly 11 years since retired FBI agent Robert Levinson disappeared while investigating a cigarette smuggling ring on Kish Island off the coast of Iran in the Persian Gulf.
Some 1,200 U.S. National Guardsmen are helping residents in St. Croix dig out after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
The soldiers who served with him in Afghanistan call him "Fred."
U.S. officials watched the fueling of North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile fired Tuesday -- but apparently did not activate any anti-missile systems to shoot the rocket down.
An Iranian missile boat pointed a laser at a U.S. Marine helicopter while two Navy warships and a cargo ship were transiting out of the Persian Gulf through the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday, a senior US defense official said.