Army

First Amendment Group Appeals Military Ban on Religious Dog Tags

'These are men and women who put their lives on the line defending our freedoms, which include our right to religious freedom and religious expression'

Religious freedom advocates are appealing the U.S. military's decision to prohibit the sale of religiously themed dog tags, a move the military made after receiving complaints from a secularist group.

Long-Range Firing Capabilities Army’s No. 1 Priority After INF Withdrawal

'The more range you have the better because you can strike with impunity with great effect'

U.S. Army Secretary Mark EsperThe U.S. Army is moving to enhance its long-range precision fire capabilities to ravage adversaries from a greater distance following the Trump administration's decision to pull out of a Cold War-era arms control pact, Army Secretary Mark Esper said Thursday.

Widow of Army Specialist Denied Adoption Rights Says DOD Didn’t Talk to Her Before Publishing Report on Mishandled Dog Adoptions

'I don’t believe they find it to be as big of a deal as we all do'

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.