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.
Hillary Clinton was classified as an example of “careless or disgruntled employees” in an Army training presentation, according to sources confirmed by NBC News on Tuesday.
The United States has deployed about 100 troops to the capital of the Helmand Province in Afghanistan as Taliban insurgents have made gains around the city.
The U.S. Army manipulated its accounting entries by trillions of dollars in an attempt to make its books appear balanced, making it impossible to uncover how the branch spends taxpayer money, according to a government audit.
Federal prison inmates made thousands of defective helmets for the Defense Department, an investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General has revealed.
Former U.S. soldier Private Chelsea Manning may now face additional charges in relation to her attempted suicide on July 5.