Marine Corps investigate crash of fighter jet in San Diego
Marine Corps crash investigators look over debris on December 9, 2008 at the crash site of a Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet fighter jet that crashed in a San Diego neighborhood December 8, 2008, killing two adults and two children. The pilot ejected safely after trying to guide the stricken jet into a nearby canyon. (UPI Photo/Earl S. Cryer)
President Barack Obama, referring to sex assaults in the military, reminded U.S. Naval Academy graduates Friday honor is "what you do when nobody's looking."
Insitu's RQ-21A Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System will enter low-rate initial production following Milestone C approval by the U.S. Navy.
A man who pleaded guilty to stealing U.S. military medical supplies was sentenced to six months in prison in San Diego, Calif., court records said.
The 166 detainees remaining in Guantanamo cost U.S. taxpayers about $900,000 a year each, officials say.
Male survivors of rape while serving in the military say they are often deemed "liars and troublemakers" when they report abuse.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Thursday he's asked the Defense Department to be better prepared to respond to attacks on U.S. embassies.
An Army sergeant in charge of sexual-assault cases at Fort Hood, Texas, is being criminally investigated for alleged abusive sexual contact, the Army said.
Capt. James Clement, involved in a video of troops urinating on Taliban corpses, will face a special court-martial, the U.S. Marine Corps said.
American service members should patronize prostitutes to control their "sexual energies," the mayor of Osaka, Japan, says.
An 8x8 amphibious armored personnel carrier by BAE Systems and Iveco Defense Vehicles has been tested for the U.S. Marine Corps.