U.S. forces are drawing down their presence in Afghanistan, but helicopters remain important for protecting and moving troops in the mountainous country
Military service members might be given more options to save for retirement under proposals to reform the pay and perks offered to future generations of troops. But those changes also might cull the ranks of the Pentagon's most talented men and women in uniform.
Big Show, all 7 feet and 441 pounds of him, gripped a can of Red Bull energy drink as if it were a thimble and took a swig. Then the professional wrestler went back to signing autographs and posing for photographs Wednesday afternoon at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Maj. Gen. Terry Ferrell will lead more than 20,000 soldiers in the 7th Infantry Division at Joint Base Lewis-McChord
The nine-member Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission is drafting recommendations for the White House and Congress.
The Green Berets at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on Monday looked back to their World War II origins as they recognized their last four soldiers to die while serving in Afghanistan.
Defense Department budget cuts lead to a creative joint training exercise, as fake fires and phony crash landings put members of the 446th Reserve Airlift Wing under stress during a JBLM training exercise.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s senior Army general spent the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in a place that once would have seemed unlikely to his late World War II veteran father-in-law.
The 16-year-old boy who died Saturday morning aboard a Delta Air Lines flight bound for Atlanta from Seattle had a previous medical condition and went into cardiac arrest, Spokane Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer said Sunday afternoon.
Comedian Jeff Dunham and rock band Daughtry also are visiting JBLM for WWE's holiday show. Gov. Jay Inslee is promoting the program to show off local military installations.
Annual event tests emergency responders on a mix of threats, such as shootings and chemical exposures.
When the Army looks back to write its official history of America’s longest war, its authors will draw heavily from material gathered this year by a small team of soldiers from the Washington National Guard.
Two of Miranda Fort’s three children have different developmental disabilities that affect the way they relate to the world.
November memo ordered Army Review Board for Correction of Military records to ignore reports from a now shuttered Madigan forensic psychiatry team, clearing the way for patients to receive PTSD benefits
Soldiers in the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Stryker brigade that the Army is deactivating next year should know within the next two months where they’re going next.
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