Soldier pronounced dead at military base in South Korea
Officials are investigating details about the sergeant's death.
Soldier with 7th Special Forces Group dies in training accident
A soldier with the Army’s 7th Special Forces Group died in a training accident in California last week.
US Army warns of crippling sealift shortfalls during wartime
The U.S. Army is troubled by a looming sealift shortfall that will create “unacceptable risk in force projection” within the next five years if the Navy doesn’t act quickly.
‘SNL’ cast member apologizes for mocking wounded veteran and congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Pete Davidson has apologized for mocking the appearance of a veteran who lost an eye in Afghanistan.
More than a dozen Navy SEALs may get caught up in war crimes investigation
The SEAL will face an Article 32 hearing Wednesday amid allegations that he fatally stabbed an Islamic State detainee in Iraq last year.
US-backed fighters resume final offensive against ISIS after pause to deal with Turkish tensions
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are returning to the battle against the Islamic State following a pause to deal with clashes between their northern troops and Turkey.
This classified operation supports the Saudi military campaign in Yemen
Three new classified operations are part of larger efforts to defeat ISIS and al-Qaida.
Some non-deployable soldiers could be out in six months or less under new Army policy
The Army released its non-deployable policy on Nov. 8, building on the Defense Department's 12-month limit.
Mattis to visit border troops; still no cost estimate for mission
Up to 7,000 active-duty forces are responding to the caravan. But are they in the right place?
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