Responders are continuing to search Wednesday for five missing crewmen after a U.S. Army helicopter went down off the coast of Hawaii the prior day.
An elite paratrooper division of the U.S. Army that parachuted into Normandy on D-Day to thwart Nazi German troops publicly denounced a white supremacist protesting in Charlottesville who donned a hat bearing the unit’s insignia.
The U.S. Army is roughly $7-to-$9 billion short of the funds needed to begin modernizing the force, which has seen several of its capabilities outmatched by Russia in recent years, according to a new report by the Center for Security and International Studies.
President Donald Trump will nominate Mark Esper as the next secretary of the Army.
American soldiers will lead the military parade on France’s Bastille Day on Friday, marching down the famous Champs-Elysées in Paris with both President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron in observance.
A U.S. Army soldier stationed in Hawaii was arrested over the weekend on charges of supporting the Islamic State.
The United States Army’s training for how to handle transgender issues instructs troops not to gossip about male soldiers who identify as female.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is set to be eligible for health care and remain on active duty as an unpaid soldier after her scheduled May 17 release from the military prison in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.
President Donald Trump’s pick to be secretary of the Army announced Friday that he is withdrawing his nomination.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said Wednesday that diversity is the United States military’s greatest strength.