Remains of Massachusetts airman killed in WWII identified
U.S. Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Joseph E. Finneran, who was killed during World War II, was accounted for Aug. 9.
This team enables soldiers to find the enemy, and hide from it
The Assured Position, Navigation and Timing Team works on the foundation of what makes modern, precision warfare possible.
Former SOCOM commander McRaven latest former military leader to blast Trump over Syria
McRaven said the rhetoric and acts he witnessed at a change of command ceremony at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, and an annual gala for the Office of Strategic Services Society reminded him “why our future may be in peril.”
Loss of U.S. intelligence collection from Syria withdrawal threatens fight against ISIS
“Insurgencies are very much like mushrooms in that regard, they grow and proliferate in darkness,” said a former U.S. defense official.
'This is my squad’: SMA Grinston talks about his push to build cohesive units
The campaign is aiming to emulate the bond that can be found among Army special operations forces.
US hails Turkish cease-fire; Kurds must vacate border area
The U.S. and Turkey agreed Thursday to a cease-fire in the Turks’ deadly attacks on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, requiring the Kurds to vacate the area in an arrangement that largely solidifies Turkey’s position and aims in the weeklong conflict. The deal includes a conditional halt to American economic sanctions.
The team that is transforming Army fires leads the service’s priorities
Here's what's coming for fires formations to keep the Army closer to the fight.
Army hub sees generational shift in going to the fight
Here, there's more focus on combat and more advancements on the way.
From border security to disaster response and planning for the unthinkable, this Army command does a lot
Lt. Gen. Laura Richardson talks with Army Times about how her command faces a host of challenges.
'Bad case of bullying’ — British soldier jailed for excessive nipple twisting
The courts reportedly refused to invoke the ancient Mesopotamian Code of Hammurabi and the right to nipple-for-a-nipple retaliation.
Close Combat Lethality Task Force is changing how the Army builds lethal soldiers and squads
Here's the future for squads and how they'll be equipped for close combat, experts say.
How the ‘Horse Soldiers’ helped liberate Afghanistan from the Taliban 18 years ago
On Oct. 19, 2001, a team of 12 Green Berets with the 5th Special Forces Group's Operational Detachment Alpha 595 were inserted into Afghanistan to liberate the region from the Taliban without tanks or trucks. Just horses.
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