The U.S. Army joined partner and allied nations this week to kick off Exercise Noble Partner in the country of Georgia, which shares a northern border with Russia.
The FBI is investigating multiple suspicious packages sent to military and intelligence locations in and around Washington, D.C.
The widow of Army Specialist Jake Carlberg, whose K9 partner Abby was improperly given to a private company that tried to sell her to a foreign government, said on Sunday she was not contacted by the Defense Department Inspector General during the recent investigation of mishandled military dog adoptions.
The Department of Defense’s report condemning the Army’s treatment of former military dogs and their handlers failed to address accusations that some of the dogs were given to a private company that planned to sell them to foreign governments.
The U.S. Army has awarded the Medal of Heroism to three Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets who were killed during the Parkland, Florida, school shooting last week.
David Pepper, chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, on Friday questioned the “courage” of Republican Rep. Brad Wenstrup (Ohio), an Army doctor.
A new specialized U.S. Army unit is preparing to make its first deployment to Afghanistan in the spring as part of the Trump administration’s revamped strategy for the war there.
In a time of increased tension between NATO countries and Russia, Germany’s military faces challenges restricting its readiness on the sea, in the air, and on the land.
North Korean officials are raiding homes throughout the drought-hit country in search of food to feed its starving army, according to sources inside North Korea.