Military

The Portland, Oregon, crowd jeered during the halftime event when enlistees reached the phrase: “I will obey the orders of the president of the United States.”
President Donald Trump has pulled funding from schools and defense projects to pay for his border wall.
Ash Carter announced the lifting of the ban during the Obama administration in 2016. It has since been reimposed by Trump.
“Today, I feel that my country has embraced my Sikh heritage, and I will be forever grateful for this opportunity,” Harpreetinder Singh Bajwa said.
President Donald Trump used an interview with “Good Morning Britain” to defend his ban on transgender troops.
The White House reportedly asked the Navy to obscure the name of USS John McCain, apparently to hide the ship from President Donald Trump’s view.
The president appears to be taking a step back following an outcry from veterans and former military officials.
The Pentagon has drawn plans to send 10,000 troops to the Middle East. The decision has yet to be finalized by the White House.
Ranking members of Congress have been given updates from the White House on the alleged threat from Iran after complaining they had been kept out of the loop.
"This is unacceptable,” acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan said of the increase from 2016 to 2018.
The whale's harness reportedly featured a mount for a camera and read “Equipment St. Petersburg."
The new policy would force transgender military members to choose between transition and their jobs.
The Pentagon has transferred $1 billion in military funds in order to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
As a woman of color, Asha Castleberry felt isolated both in the U.S. Army and in the workforce, upon her return home.
Captain Whennah Andrews was forced to wear a wig because her dreadlocks didn’t comply with the Army’s grooming policy.
The "Late Night" host picked apart Donald Trump's isolationist talk.
The national security adviser was photographed with a notebook that said: “5,000 troops to Colombia.”
A U.S. official confirmed the withdrawal but declined to comment on specific plans or movements.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is leaving his post in February, citing conflicting views with President Donald Trump.
"I was extremely busy on calls for the country," President Donald Trump told Fox News.