Thousands more soldiers will deploy to Pacific to increase Army footprint
The new rotations will add to existing training rotations and forward-stationed troops.
Afghan troops beat up contractors, stole equipment: report
The latest report by a government watchdog for Afghanistan reconstruction raises further questions about the ability of Afghan forces to operate on their own.
A government watchdog is investigating Trump’s defense secretary. Here’s why.
The acting defense secretary is under scrutiny for disparaging comments he reportedly made about Lockheed Martin while serving in an official role.
The Army’s newest tracked vehicle is headed to Europe next year
Half of next year's batch, or 66 vehicles, will go to Europe in 2020.
‘The Rock’ calls tank named after him ‘sexy AF,’ incites online battle royale
It’s not every day a tank is named for a particular person, but when that individual is actually built like an armored vehicle, it just works.
Human rights group accuses AFRICOM commanders of war crimes, calls for investigation
AFRICOM officials deny any civilians have been killed in more than 100 airstrikes conducted since 2017.
Should the Army charge group nearly $300,000 for records on contaminants at military bases?
The U.S. Army has put a price tag on releasing the results of water tests for a dangerous contaminant at military installations: nearly $300,000.
Former Fort Drum soldier guilty in deaths of wife and New York state trooper
A former Army sergeant is guilty of murder for shooting his wife and gunning down a state trooper answering a domestic violence call in northern New York, a jury decided on Wednesday.
Should veterans have to pay for VA’s benefits errors?
New legislation would limit how much money VA officials can recoup after making benefits mistakes.
This is what Mattis will be up to post-Trump administration
Mattis' new role includes writing about domestic and international security policy, as well as participating in military and national security events in California and Washington.
Here’s how the Army’s new fitness team did at their first competition
The Army Warrior Fitness Team competed together for the first time this month.
US Army secretary tours Mountain Warfare School
U.S. Secretary of the Army Mark Esper has made a stop in Vermont as part of a national Army tour.
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