Army Increasing Bonuses For New Recruits As COVID Takes Its Toll
Two years of the pandemic has made it more difficult to recruit in schools and at public events.
Pilot told 911 operator to send ambulance after he ejected from F-35
A four-minute 911 call made by a military pilot and the resident whose backyard he crashed into has been released.
Senate confirms chairman of Joint Chiefs, evading GOP senator's block
Gen. CQ Brown will be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff after Gen. Mark Milley retires at the end of September.
Wreckage located in search for F-35 jet after pilot safely ejects
Military officials said they've located debris about two hours northeast of Joint Base Charleston, near where the plane was flying.
US border crossings by migrant families hits record high
The southwest border saw 2.2 million migrant encounters this fiscal year, closing in on last year's 2.4 million.
E-bikes are surging in popularity while fire risk grows
E-bikes are transforming cities and encouraging outdoor activity, but their batteries present a growing fire risk.
As Americans age, in-home care worker shortage grows
The aging U.S. population drives higher in-home care demand, but a shortage of workers is a key challenge.