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.
The Pentagon late Thursday identified an American soldier and Army civilian employee who were killed in Afghanistan earlier this week.
The top officer in the U.S. Army and his staff were among the first to help motorists who were trapped in their vehicle after crashing into a transit bus in southeast D.C. Wednesday night. The accident killed one and injured three others, Army Times reported Thursday.
A U.S. attorney announced charges Thursday against six soldiers and two civilians stationed at Fort Campbell who were indicted after allegedly selling stolen Army equipment on eBay.
The U.S. Army issued an apology Wednesday after mistakenly posting an article to its official Twitter account claiming Donald Trump “lies once every 3 minutes, 15 seconds.”
The Army is reconsidering the case of a Green Beret who was paralyzed last year when he dove headfirst into shallow water and now faces an “other-than-honorable” discharge from the service that could threaten his medical care.
The leaders of the four U.S. military services said Thursday that their forces will not be able to defend America if sequestration continues.
The Obama administration is seeking to cut the U.S. Army’s total force size by 25,000 soldiers by 2018, bringing America’s force strength down to 450,000 from its current size of 475,000, according to a new congressional report that shines a spotlight on a growing debate over how large the force should be.
The Pentagon on Wednesday identified the U.S. Army soldier recently killed in Afghanistan as Staff Sgt. Matthew V. Thompson.
U.S. Army soldiers training for future operations have not been able to take full advantage of virtual training devices, a key part of the service’s preparation for the next generation battlefield.