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A former U.S. Army Ranger who was in the same platoon as ex-NFL player Pat Tillman has stated in a television interview that he believes he might have fired the shots that killed Tillman in a 2004 friendly-fire incident in Afghanistan.
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For more than a year in Afghanistan, Ellen the black lab sniffed out explosives while on patrol with her handler, Army Spc.
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While working as a flight attendant in 2003 on military charters from the United States to Kuwait, some of the first soldiers Roznowski met were from a reserve unit.
The First Lady will star in an episode called 'All Or Nothing With Me', which is set at Fort Campbell, a US Army base near Kentucky, Tennessee.
If there's little that can prepare someone for the rigors of boot camp, at least there's training exercises like the one held each year at Fort Devens.
Bedrooms at the Fisher House at Tripler Army Medical Center got a much needed interior facelift from volunteers at Sherwin-Williams.
Before leaving for his fifth deployment to Iraq, Master Sgt. Robert Horrigan, who had been planning to retire from the U.S. Army, told his commanding officer that "if you're going, I'm going with you."
In the middle of the Mojave Desert, between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, there is a place that looks just like Afghanistan.
Here's an inspiring look at how one former soldier went from adversity to personal victory: Retired Staff Sgt.
A native of Lemmon, South Dakota, has been honored for saving the lives of four soldiers in Afghanistan.
A stone marker in San Jose's community of New Almaden. An 8-foot statue in Glendale, Ariz.
Authorities say her business made a gross income of over $590,000 in 16 months. So why was she on food stamps? Authorities say her business made a gross income of over $590,000 in 16 months.
U.S. soldiers continue to work closely alongside partner nations in Europe and leaders say they are ready for 'any contingency.'
Top left: An F-15 lands in Lithuania in preparation for the NATO Baltic air policing mission.
Staff Sgt. John Robertson waits in a parking lot outside of the Fort Hood military base for updates on April 2, 2014.