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Fort Drum is one of four locations the military is considering for a missile defense site for the East Coast.
An investigation into peptide use in the military is at the centre of a row over alleged discrimination against a bisexual soldier and complaints about topless barmaids partying with special forces at a Defence Force club.
Military service once defined the lives of many men in the United States, particularly before the end of the draft in 1973.
The attorney for an Army sergeant held as a prisoner of war in Afghanistan for five years says the soldier wants to attend college once the investigation into how he was captured by the Taliban is finished.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport strips original 1941 runway A runway reconstruction project at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway digs up memories of the airport's past.
On Tuesday, friends and family remembered a military hero who lived in San Antonio after surviving years in Japanese War camps.
Military officials at Fort Drum say the Army's 10th Mountain Division and local emergency response agencies will be conducting a mass casualty exercise.
Just moments ago, this Examiner was notified by the mother of Pvt. Juliet Striped Wolf, a missing Fort Bragg Soldier, that the Army's Criminal Investigation Command is now actively searching for a "person of interest" allegedly connected to the young Soldier's disappearance.
Photos of officers bearing assault rifles and wearing head-to-toe battle armor this week in Ferguson, Mo., are raising questions over the blurred lines between police and soldiers.
A two-star Army general, reprimanded once already for misconduct, is being accused of obstructing another investigation into patient abuse and fraud at a U.S.-funded hospital in Afghanistan made infamous for its grisly conditions, according to a new watchdog report.
Central Kentucky officials are in the final stages of a letter-writing campaign to oppose potential cuts at Fort Knox.
The Fayetteville Observer reported that the American Federation of Government Employees has sent letters to U.S. Rep. Renee Elmers and Sens. Richard Burr and Kay Hagan.
Washington, April 3: A soldier opened fire at Fort Hood, an army base in Texas and scene of a massacre in 2009, killing three people and wounding at least 11 others before taking his own life.
An Army investigation into whether Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl deserted his unit, leading to his five-year capture by the Taliban and a rescue by U.S. forces last May, has been extended for at least three more weeks, The Hill reported .
A specially equipped U.S. ship has finished neutralizing all 600 metric tons of the most dangerous of Syria's chemical weapons components surrendered to the international community this year to avert threatened air strikes, the Pentagon said on Monday.
Iraqi militants have threatened to respond to US airstrikes by attacking American targets, posting a video in which they warn: "We will drown all of you in blood."
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:29 am
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