The U.S. Army announced on Thursday that it would adopt a new sidearm manufactured by Sig Sauer.
Millions of dollars’ worth of U.S.-supplied drones that Kiev had hoped would help in its war against Russian-backed separatists have proven ineffective against jamming and hacking, Ukrainian officials say.
Donald Trump will select billionaire businessman Vincent Viola, an Army veteran and owner of the Florida Panthers professional men’s ice hockey team, as secretary of the Army under his administration, the president-elect’s transition team announced Monday morning.
A Republican congressman says that Army investigators have misinformed service leaders about a renewed probe into the 2010 death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan and are engaged in a “retaliatory pursuit” of a former Special Forces officer.
A Republican congressman is slamming the U.S. Army for reopening its investigation into the death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan in 2010.
After eight years of an Obama Pentagon, certain defense issues were meant to be settled, finished, over, dead—shot by a firing squad composed of History and Progress and rolled without ceremony into shallow graves. The list included the integration of women into combat jobs, the normalization of transgender troops, and the importance of green energy to the military. The imposition of draft registration on women, though not yet accomplished, was thought to be all but inevitable.
The Pentagon has identified the two Army soldiers who died from enemy fire in Afghanistan on Thursday as Capt. Andrew Byers and Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Gloyer.
Nearly 300 Islamic State child soldiers have died so far in the battle for Mosul, the terrorist group’s last major stronghold in Iraq, the Daily Caller News Foundation reports.
Church bells rang in an Iraqi Christian town over the weekend for the first time since the Islamic State captured it more than two years ago, as Iraqi forces advance on the city of Mosul to push out the terrorist group.