Report: Army introduces new deck of playing cards with Iranian weapons systems
The Federation of American Scientists reports that the Army has introduced the deck of cards, the Iran edition of the service’s Worldwide Equipment Identification Cards, with the likely purpose of educating soldiers so they can identify the weapons better in combat.
Sexual assault numbers, suicides on the rise: 'Clearly we have to do something different,’ acting Army secretary says
The Army's new top leaders say they want to change culture at the squad level to address the problems with sex assault and suicide.
Two US service members killed in Afghanistan
These two deaths add to the 12 U.S. troops already killed in action so far this year.
No new guidance on Afghanistan deployments, McCarthy says, as Army announces latest nine-month missions
“We have not received any direction to do anything at this point,” the acting Army secretary said.
Army civilian staffer among five charged in benefits fraud scheme which stole millions from service members
The former medical records worker stole personal IDs from thousands of troops and veterans.
Teen sheds 113 pounds to become first member of his family to join US military, enlist in the Army
The 18-year-old from Las Vegas made major life changes so he could join the service.
Is DoD moving too quickly to merge commissaries and exchanges?
Questions remain about whether this will benefit customers.
Iran-backed militias blame US for attacks on bases in Iraq
Iraqi paramilitary forces backed by Iran accused Israeli drones of carrying out a series of attacks on bases run by the militias, saying Wednesday that they hold the United States ultimately responsible. The militias vowed to defend themselves against any future attack.
Putin: US missile test raises new threats to Russia
The Pentagon said it tested a modified ground-launched version of a Navy Tomahawk cruise missile, which accurately struck its target more than 500 kilometers away.
Trump orders VA to buy controversial antidepressant in an effort to stem veterans suicide
The president has expressed confidence the drug can help despite medical concerns surrounding its effectiveness.
McCain’s family fights to define legacy of civility, service
A year after McCain's death from brain cancer, the library is one way his family members are fighting to shape how the world remembers the Vietnam War hero and veteran senator and to prevent President Donald Trump from doing it for them.
Australia joins US-led mission to protect Persian Gulf shipping
Australia pledged troops, a surveillance plane and a frigate to protect the shipping lanes from Iran.
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