In the other country the United States invaded after 9/11, American troops continue to serve combat tours in harm’s way. Meet the soldiers headed for duty in Iraq.
As Nashville’s popularity has grown, so has the “transportainment” business — a motley assortment including old buses, farm tractors and a truck with a hot tub. Many think it has gotten out of hand.
For decades, the Buffalo Soldiers taught military horsemanship to cadets at West Point. On Friday, a statue was unveiled in their honor.
Thirty-three years after his first visit to the site, a photographer traveled to a remote jungle in search of a World War II plane that crashed there in 1944.
The president’s first trip in office to witness the transfer of remains was a reminder of the toll of the Afghanistan war, and of his unique relationship with it.
No one was ever charged in his death in 1941. This month, a memorial was dedicated in Georgia — and a historian finally found a photograph of the young soldier.
An exceptional unit of Black soldiers who fought in World War I will receive the Congressional Gold Medal.
For more than 70 years, the location of the remains of the wartime Japanese prime minister had been a puzzle. Now, documents reveal that U.S. forces secretly scattered his ashes into the Pacific Ocean.
Prosecutors said that Daniel Alan Baker had issued a “call to arms” asking people to violently confront demonstrators at the Florida State Capitol.
Native Americans are stepping up efforts to pressure Congress to revoke Medals of Honor awarded for the killings of Sioux, including unarmed women and children, at Wounded Knee.
Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III, on a visit to Germany, announced an addition of 500 personnel to strengthen deterrence and defenses in Europe.
Christine E. Wormuth’s nomination comes as the Biden administration has faced criticism for its slow pace of selecting top Pentagon officials.
The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is investigating the allegations, which were brought forward by a female trainee late last month.
As the Army revises its physical test and otherwise rethinks fitness, it faces difficult questions: Do current requirements penalize women? Do they overshadow expertise and intellectual preparation?
A newly exhumed documentary delves into the actress’s anti-Vietnam vaudeville tour of American military bases in 1972.
The Army, which is increasingly dependent on female soldiers, has issued new regulations that allow women to wear lipstick and no longer limits their hair to a tight, disciplined bun.
Comrades repeatedly told the Army that Capt. Paris Davis, one of the first Black officers in the Special Forces, deserved the Medal of Honor. The Army kept losing the paperwork.
Two of the soldiers were in critical condition, military officials said, adding that the substance was acquired “outside of authorized food supply” channels.
In his final days in office before a new administration takes over, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy changed a regulation to sidestep court rulings requiring the medical examination.
American culture, friends and jobs are part of the fabric of Vilseck, home to a U.S. military base. President Trump has forced its people to think about what it would mean to lose that.
Blackwater mercenaries committed a massacre. Now they’ll go free.
Cpl. Hayden Allen Harris’s body was found in a remote part of Sussex County, N.J. A fellow soldier was in custody and was expected to be charged in connection with his death, the authorities said.
Officials have not said how the men died. They were identified as Master Sgt. William J. Lavigne II, 37, and Timothy Dumas, 44.
If approved by a federal judge, the settlement agreement in a class-action lawsuit could result in thousands of veterans gaining access to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ full array of benefits.
Why we serve, and what we’re fighting for, isn’t always clear.
The values that shaped them include leadership, optimism and charting your own course.
Because fatigue can corrode mission performance, a new physical training manual tells soldiers to grab 40 winks when they can, part of a new holistic approach to health in the ranks.
Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy asked those leading the inquiry to examine whether commanders at the Texas base allowed a climate of harassment to spread.
The police said there was no sign of foul play after they found a body, believed to belong to Sgt. Elder N. Fernandes, about 30 miles from the base in Central Texas.
Washington’s police chief took the blame. But Nixon was behind the decision.
What happened to 20-year-old Specialist Vanessa Guillen, and how the United States responded.
Army and Navy channels banned viewers from their live streams when they asked about war crimes. Accused of censorship, now the Army says it will pause streaming.
American military officials are trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus in its ranks while tackling logistical problems like relieving troops overseas.
Women in the military say the horrific killing of Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen has swept the nation, galvanizing even civilians to the cause.
The soldier’s graduation is a landmark moment for the Army, as the Special Forces were one of the last Army assignments without any women.
The White House had made clear to Pentagon officials that President Trump did not want to see Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman promoted.
In a complaint, prosecutors said that another soldier killed Private Guillen, and that he and his girlfriend tried to dispose of her remains near the Leon River in Texas.
Bringing millions of students back to campus would create enormous risks for society but comparatively little educational benefit, an economist says.
The mystery surrounding what happened to Pfc. Vanessa Guillen, 20, has drawn widespread attention.
Military officials fear the White House may retaliate against Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman for his testimony in the House impeachment inquiry.
Anmol Narang said she was inspired to apply to West Point after visiting the Pearl Harbor National Memorial in Hawaii.
The address comes as the coronavirus spreads — and during a breakdown in relations between the president and the nation’s top military leaders.
A debate is unfolding over whether to rename the installations, as part of a broader national reckoning over buildings, monuments and memorials to men who fought to preserve slavery and uphold white supremacy.
By dismissing an idea under consideration by the Pentagon, the president positioned himself firmly against the movement to remove racist symbols and combat racism touched off by George Floyd’s death.
“My Administration will not even consider the renaming of these Magnificent and Fabled Military Installations,” President Trump tweeted Wednesday.
I started filming the protests in New York so I could draw attention to the realities of black America that I was first exposed to during my military service.
An apolitical army is central to American democracy. But the president is using the armed forces to subvert it.
More than 1,100 cadets returned to campus ahead of President Trump’s commencement speech in mid-June.
Seventy-five years after integration, the military’s upper echelons remain the domain of white men.
There is no substitute for face-to-face conversations when trying to get Americans to sign up to be service members. Boot camp outbreaks slow the pipeline, too.