The Air Force announced on June 7 that William Howard Hughes Jr., who disappeared in 1983, had been apprehended “without incident.”
The service announced on June 8 that it had ordered a stand-down of its entire fleet of B-1B Lancer bombers due to unspecified concerns about the aircraft’s ejection seats.
Hackers linked to the Chinese government stole 614 gigabytes of data from an unnamed contractor working for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.
Twenty-six-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Conrad died on June 8 of injuries from “enemy indirect fire” in Somalia.
The U.S. Geological Survey captured video of tephra jets June 11 along the coast of Hawaii’s Big Island as Kilauea Volcano continues to erupt.
According to U.S. defense officials, an F-15C fighter jet from Kadena Air Base crashed into the sea off the southern Japanese island on June 11.
The U.S. has created a task force to investigate a series of mysterious health incidents and so-called “sonic attacks” that have affected U.S. diplomats.
On May 31, the Army signed a deal with Clear Sky Aviation to purchase a retired Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 777 jet, which it plans to use to conduct least risk bomb location tests.
U.S. President Donald Trump said June 8 that he’s considering posthumously pardoning heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim said June 7 that lava from Kilauea Volcano has covered more than 600 homes since it started erupting last month.