They maintain the systems that support planes and programs through the Department of Defense.
Use of food stamps in commissaries continued to rise last year, although not as sharply as in previous years, according to Defense Commissary Agency data.
The National Commission on the Structure of the Air Force, seen here Oct. 24, is considering a proposal to merge the Air Force Reserves and Guard.
The time is here for Tootsie Rolls, Blow Pops, and chocolate to fill bags for trick-or- treaters.
Doctors say a number of military personnel are turning to liposuction to remove excess fat from around the waist so they can pass the Pentagon's body fat test.
The value of the initial clothing bag for male airmen will increase $26.88 this year to $1,490.92. Female airmen's clothing bag will increase $33.75 to $1,701.03.
A growing number of military parents want to end the age-old tradition of switching schools for their kids.
The 21st Century Partnership released studies Thursday, showing how Robins compares to other defense communities. The information will be used to prepare for future rounds of BRAC.
A Navy recruiter who had been relieved of duty shot two people. Injuries are not life-threatening.
The Thunderbirds are returning in fiscal 2014, but the Air Force's overall budget for their shows and other community outreach programs will be less than half of what it was before sequestration hit.
The Air Force Academy is considering dropping or changing its honor oath because it has the phrase "so help me God."
Soldiers with a regiment whose roots trace to World War II's fabled "Band of Brothers" are set to return from their final deployment to Afghanistan.
The Navy's daredevil fighter jet pilots, the Blue Angels, are set to return to the skies above air shows nationwide in 2014.
U.S. aids the efforts to destroy chemical weapons in Syria.
Troops are due a 1 percent increase under a presidential order signed in August, which is the same raise scheduled for federal civilians.
The Department of Behavioral Health and Development Disabilities is hosting a conference in Savannah focusing on promoting trauma recovery needs for Georgia veterans and their families.
After a delay caused by the government shutdown, new physical fitness test standards that give commanders more authority over test results and offer airmen who fail the waist tape a chance to pass using body fat measurements are in effect as of Oct.
The Marine Corps has been training infantrymen here since 1953.
A New Hampshire waitress who picked up the lunch tab of two National Guard soldiers affected by the federal government's shutdown has been repaid - more than 300 times over - by television star Ellen DeGeneres.
17 veterans were trained to join Homeland Security Investigation Offices in the fight against child pornography.
The government says 1 million veterans and their dependents have enrolled in colleges over the past four years.
On the 17th day, Congress and President Obama reached agreement on a budget allowing the federal government to reopen.
This seven-year-old's mom surprised her at Vineville Academy in Macon.
According to a news release, Bibb investigators were tipped off by "an agency in the Atlanta Metro area" that Smart would be traveling to Macon in a 1999 Ford F-150.
A police news release says Bobby Lee Fordham, Jr., may have more information on the case.
It's day two of Georgia's "no-texting while driving" ban. The new law prohibits drivers from texting and using other kinds of text based communication behind the wheel.
Macon police say a gang feud that has lasted more than two years, caused a string of drive-by shootings in March. Macon Police Sgt. Timothy Moore says all of the shootings happened in the Village Green neighborhood. Police have arrested five gang members, including three juveniles involved in the shootings.
New details emerged Monday in the shootings that claimed the life of 16-year old Arquentris Fountain and wounded two others.
North Carolina used two inside-the-park homers to beat the Peach State girls.
Tom Wellman and his wife say they got the surprise of their life while spending the Christmas holiday in Costa Rica.
Police say the armed man entered the store with a bandana over his face.
Students at Georgia College got a first-hand look at what it's like to drive drunk. The national "Save A Life Tour" came to the Milledgeville campus Wednesday.
Scores from colleges and universities across the Peach State.