Pentagon Ends Ban On Transgender Troops In Military The Pentagon will let transgender individuals serve openly in the U.S. military, ending one of the last bans on service in the armed forces.
Army Moving Chemical Weapons Defense Units From Maryland The Army says it's moving 266 soldiers in a chemical-warfare defense battalion from Aberdeen Proving Ground to three other installations around the country to support military readiness.
Research & Honor Your Family's Military History This Memorial DayMemorial Day is a great time to research your family's military history or learn a little more about your own past. Here are some helpful ways to start researching your past today.
Move Over Drones, Driverless Cars -- Unmanned Ships Up NextIt's not only drones and driverless cars that may become the norm someday — ocean-faring ships might also run without captains or crews.
Second Airship Launched In Test Of Missile Defense SystemThe U.S. military has launched the second of two helium-filled airships near Baltimore to test an East Coast missile defense system.
Boonsboro Grad Has Chance To Make Navy Submarine HistoryBoonsboro High School graduate Lisa Reaux is about to make U.S. military history.
Tenn. Attacks Prompting Increased Security At Md. Recruiting CentersThe FBI is trying to piece together what motivated a 24-year-old man to go on a deadly rampage at a military reserve center in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Pentagon Readying Plan To Lift Transgender BanPentagon leaders are finalizing plans aimed at lifting the ban on transgender individuals in the military, with the goal of formally ending one of the last gender- or sexuality-based barriers to military service, senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
Virginia, Maryland Bases Largely Spared In Army CutsMaryland and Virginia Army bases have largely been spared under a plan that will cut 40,000 soldiers from the military's ranks.
Police: No Indication Of Shooter On Walter Reed's CampusOperations at Walter Reed National Military Center are back to normal. Reports of a possible gunshot put the facility on lockdown.
Panel On Military Infrastructure To Meet In MarylandA Maryland panel that focuses on the needs of military installations in the state is meeting.
$4 Million In US Projects That Aim To Protect Sage Grouse Could Hurt MilitaryFederal officials have announced more than $4 million in projects in four states as part of a wildfire-fighting strategy but the efforts could hurt training operations at numerous U.S. military facilities in the West.