The Air Force Academy is charging three cadets with sexual assault just a week after a Department of Defense report found a sharp increase in the report of such attacks at the nation's military academies.
The U.S. Naval Academy wasted millions of dollars trying to polish its image on a movie for its visitors center and television commercials to run during Navy sporting events, according to a new watchdog report.
For 11 women soon to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, the school's bucolic grounds and these warm, sun-washed spring days are about to give way to another world: preparing for life undersea, as the first women to serve on U.S. Navy submarines.
Several thousand hoarse voices raise the rafters of the old Halsey Field House on a special night each year on the Annapolis campus of the U.S. Naval Academy. There's plenty of testosterone and warrior machismo in the air as the midshipmen gather to watch their classmates battle it out at the annual Brigade Boxing Championships.
President Obama delivered the commencement address Friday to the U.S. Naval Academy's graduating class, speaking to an audience of 30,000 that included a former presidential candidate and proud parent of one of the graduates in attendance.
If you're going to ask Brian Stann about how tough it is to be a mixed martial artist in one of the world's top fighting promotions, World Extreme Cagefighting, you should first consider asking him how difficult times were when he was trudging through the 100-plus-degree heat of embattled Iraq for months -- twice.
It is a date that will live in...well, not infamy, but a date that will dwell in discomfit for the Bush administration. It was on May 2, 2003, when the president appeared on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln to announce the end of major military combat operations in Iraq, as a banner behind him proclaimed "Mission Accomplished."
President Bush on Wednesday outlined the U.S. strategy in Iraq, offered details on the U.S. military's training program for Iraqi troops and reiterated his pledge not to withdraw forces until victory is achieved.
An Air Force pilot involved in a "friendly fire" bombing that killed four Canadian troops in Afghanistan was found guilty Tuesday of dereliction of duty, reprimanded and ordered to forfeit more than $5,000 in pay.