In a reversal that is being celebrated by lawmakers and legal activists, the U.S. Army has decided to allow a decorated Green Beret who confronted an Afghan child rapist to continue his service.
The U.S. Army has approved the first 22 women the service will commission as infantry and armor officers in the coming weeks.
The U.S. Army successfully fired additional missiles from its newest launch platform created to provide soldiers with increased protection from enemy fire.
A decorated Army combat veteran who accused the Department of Veterans’ Affairs of abandoning him in his battle against terminal cancer died last week.
A U.S. Army official said this week that service members could be outnumbered and outgunned in future conflicts.
Soldiers in the U.S. Army were subjected to a “white privilege” briefing last April during which they were advised that American society “attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual.”
A decorated Army combat veteran says that the Department of Veterans’ Affairs abandoned him in his fight against terminal cancer following his service in Iraq.
A decision is imminent regarding whether Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland will be kicked out of the Army for confronting an Afghan child rapist while serving in Afghanistan in 2011.
Two lawmakers introduced legislation that could in a matter of months require women to register for the draft.