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US Forces Korea apologizes for ‘poor judgment’ after troops attend maskless dance parties on base
"These recent activities ... do not reflect USFK's commitment to mitigating the spread of COVID-19."
Fort Bragg’s horny tweets are earning this sex worker thousands of dollars a month
Quinn Finite was in the car with her boyfriend when she started receiving hundreds of alerts after the official Twitter account for Fort Bragg, the home of the U.S. Army's...
One of the first women to earn a Ranger tab describes what it was like to lead Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s lying in state
One of the first women to complete the U.S. Army's Ranger School had the distinct honor of leading Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's lying in state procession at the U.S. Capitol...
Nobody seems to care about reports Trump called fallen US troops ‘suckers’ and ‘losers’
The recent reporting of derogatory comments alleged to have been made by President Donald Trump has had little affect on his favorability among registered voters and their decision to vote...
James Mattis reportedly slept in his clothes to be ready for North Korea’s missile launches
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis slept in his clothes because of North Korea's missile launches amid the U.S.'s rocky relations with the regime in 2017, according to a new book...
Fake N95 face masks were being sold on this ISIS-linked website — and it shows how terror groups are using COVID-19 as a propaganda tool
The U.S. Justice Department shut down an ISIS-affiliated scam that attempted sell fake personal protective equipment (PPE) through a website and Facebook accounts, which researchers say is another novel way...
The US reportedly warned Russia of blowback if it paid for bounties on American troops
The Kremlin was secretly warned by the U.S. State Department of potential blowback if it paid bounties for American troops killed in Afghanistan, people familiar with diplomatic channels said
The White House accidentally made a strong case to strip Confederate names from US military bases
The White House on Friday afternoon accidentally made a compelling case to rename nearly a dozen U.S. military bases that honor Confederate leaders in an attempt to justify preserving them
Army four-star general: talking about racial injustice was like learning ‘a new language’ for the military
"In my opinion, I've been doing this for 38 years, the topic of race in the military has been considered taboo, something we just don't talk about"
The Pentagon is getting concerned about law enforcement dressing up in US military uniforms
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has made the Trump administration aware of his concerns with the appropriation of the U.S. military's uniforms by law enforcement agencies as they face off with...
Anyone can buy the same military-style gear worn by federal officers making secretive arrests in Portland
The entire ensemble, right down to the minivan, is readily available to consumers through online shopping.
Lawmakers want to drop $1 million to strip all Confederate names from Army bases
House lawmakers are attempting to allocate $1 million in a defense spending bill to rename U.S. Army bases that honor Confederate leaders during the Civil War
‘Walk a mile in my legs’ — Army vet Sen. Tammy Duckworth fires back after Fox News’ Tucker Carlson questions her patriotism
"Does @TuckerCarlson want to walk a mile in my legs and then tell me whether or not I love America?"
Black West Point cadets say they were called the N-word and ‘shunned’ for reporting discrimination
"I was told that I was going to rob someone because I was Black. A student made a noose and put it on his Black roommate's desk as a joke."
‘It was totally like a foreign country’: South Koreans angered by US troops firing fireworks and brawling on the street
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. Americans living in South Korea celebrated the United States' independence by … Continued
The bounty price against US troops in Afghanistan reached as high as $100,000, report says
The Russian military intelligence agency, the GRU, reportedly used middle men to pay Taliban-linked militants in Afghanistan.
Family of dead Marine says US ‘absolutely’ needs to launch investigation into Taliban attack with suspected Russian ties
"It certainly is going to reopen a wound ... It makes it sound like [Robert's death] was avoidable but so many of these kids have been killed over there."
Unidentified human remains found during investigation into missing Fort Hood soldier
"No confirmation as to the identity of the remains has been made at this point"
‘Soldier first, gamer second’ — Meet the Special Forces soldier who now plays video games for the Army full-time
"When 'Halo 3' came out, that's when I figured I wasn't going to be good at the 'Halo' series anymore," David said. "And that's right around when I joined the...
Milley reportedly considered resigning after blowback from Trump’s controversial church photo op
The U.S. military's top officer reportedly spoke with confidantes about possibly resigning from his position as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff following the criticism surrounding a controversial...
Marine Corps officially bans Confederate battle flag on military bases — including on bumper stickers and coffee mugs
The Marine Corps reasoned that the removal of the symbol would "support our core values, ensure unit cohesion and security, and preserve good order and discipline."
Police are investigating the possible vandalism of a Medal of Honor recipient’s gravestone
Army Master Sgt. Gary Gordon was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle of Mogadishu
A White House ceremony unveiled the new US Space Force flag, which has been mocked as a ‘Star Trek’ rip-off
President Donald Trump and senior military leaders unveiled the US Space Force flag, which resembles the iconic emblem from "Star Trek."
A Gmail scammer tried to impersonate a four-star US Army general to catfish a married woman
Once the scammer was found out, they threatened to send "my troops to get you" and "make a contact for the FBI to get you."
Medal of Honor recipient Ron Shurer dead at 41 after battle with lung cancer
Rest in Peace, Staff Sergeant.