Analysis also shows schools for the children of U.S. military personnel at home and abroad would be among the most impacted projects.
Adm. Karl Schultz delivered a ‘State of the Coast Guard’ address in Los Angeles.
Syrian forces believe suspects are linked to a suicide bombing in January in the city of Manbij.
Federal judges have ruled against the Trump administration at least 63 times, often agreeing with plaintiffs that agency decision-making is arbitrary and capricious.
They include new dining halls, schools and fire stations on bases, as well as firing ranges, aircraft hangars and flight simulation facilities.
Beijing’s recent behavior in the Arctic has triggered some alarms in the Pentagon.
President Trump’s former acting attorney general met with Reps. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) and Douglas A. Collins (R-Ga.) in private after questions were raised about his public testimony last month.
Pentagon memo orders policy to come into effect across the armed forces starting April 12.
Currently prohibited by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, the missiles will no longer be banned once U.S. withdrawal from the pact is complete this summer.
Disputes over wall funding and budget caps threaten to overshadow a budget request designed to demonstrate a military shift toward great-power competition.
Officials have touted the program as a way to speed up vetting of recruits who have what the Pentagon considers “foreign nexus” risks.
The administration more than doubled its requested money for the Overseas Contingency Operations account, which is excluded from defense budget caps.
The president’s “cost plus 50” formula has struck fear in the hearts of countries that host American troops.
FBI data reviewed by The Post show most people arrested in counterterrorism probes are not charged with terrorism.
Arizona senator, who disclosed she was raped while in the Air Force, broke with other lawmakers by arguing sexual assault cases should remain within chain of command.
Autocratic nations who learn their citizens enlisted in the U.S. Army could punish recruits or their families with jail time, harsh interrogations or worse, a lawmaker said.
“We did take our eye off the ball”: Service chiefs and secretaries face questions from Senate Armed Services Committee over poor conditions including mold, vermin and lead paint.
The comments by Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti came five months before the INF Treaty expires, owing to the Trump administration’s withdrawal.
The combative conservative has redefined the job of national security adviser from synthesizer of different views to arbiter of what the president needs to hear.