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This handout photo provided by the US Army, taken Oct. 26 shows a 10th Combat Aviation Brigade CH-47 Chinook helicopter, operated by members of the Texas and Oklahoma National Guard, flying a personnel and equipment movement mission over Kabul, Afghanistan.
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The Dec. 7, 1941, surprise attack on Pearl Harbor is burned into the American consciousness.
Authorities said Monique Latrise Beneke, 27, a soldier at Aberdeen Proving Ground, is facing charges in connection with abusing her 4-year-old stepdaughter.
An Army sergeant charged with shooting a teenage girl in the head while another soldier killed her boyfriend outside Fort Stewart two years ago suffers from brain injuries and post-traumatic stress after serving in combat in Afghanistan, the sergeant's defense attorney said Friday.
First Armored Division Band rehearses for the annual holiday concert which will take place on Fort Bliss on December 8. Sunday, the band will perform its annual holiday concert, which has a theme this year of "An American Holiday Festival" and will feature American Christmas standards.
Two Army soldiers awaiting trial for the killings of a former member of their Fort Stewart unit and his girlfriend are scheduled to appear before a southeast Georgia judge.
The spouse of a fallen soldier choked back tears Thursday as she glanced for the first time at his name etched in granite at Houston's Fallen Warriors Memorial.
FORT IRWIN The Army's Criminal Investigation Command is asking for the public's help to solve the three-year-old murder case of a solider in Afghanistan and is offering a $25,000 reward to help nab the suspect.
The 40th day of captivity for U.S. Army veteran Merrill Newman brought little hope for family and friends seeking his release from custody in North Korea.
Arctic air has arrived in KAKEland, and will stick around for the next several days.
Organizers of the Kansas City Air Show say the event will return to the skies in a little more than a year.
Despite what opponents thought would happen, the repeal two years ago of "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the law that kept gay men and lesbians from openly serving in the military, has not resulted in HIV infection increasing.
A number of female Army privates at Fort Hood military base in Texas were allegedly pressured to prostitute themselves to superior officers, with the senior-most officer being the one in charge of sexual assault prevention for the unit.
The 2nd Infantry Division held a memorial ceremony at Camp Casey to honor two fallen soldiers, who died November 21, when the military vehicle they were driving entered a river in the vicinity of the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex in Yeoncheon.
Command Sgt. Maj. John Sparks delivers copies of "Stars and Stripes" to Marines from Weapons Platoon, 3-2 India Company during some 'down time' after the battle of An Nasiriyah.