Sgt. Brandon Alvarez was driving with his wife in late April when he noticed smoke and an overturned vehicle on one of the back roads past Fort Bragg's gun range
The 18th Airborne Corps is telling the story of the Army's Atomic Age on its official Twitter account using previously classified military documents
The Department of Veterans Affairs is reviewing a plan for opening its facilities to the public, Secretary Robert Wilkie said
Army and Air Force Exchange Service officials are warning soldiers and military families to be aware of scammers using the Exchange's logo.
Chief Warrant Officer Deric Harper, Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey Arthur Cook and Sgt. 1st Class Barry Lee Walls Jr. — all former members of the 3rd Special Forces Group —...
For retired Sgt 1st Class Confessor Bermudez Jr., Pvt. Dorian Bermudez and Capt. Timothy Peters, watching their fathers' military service has helped inspire their own military careers.
The boots — which had the service members' photos and dates of death — were on display for Fort Bragg's Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's annual Run,...
"We are honored and privileged to have trained some of the most professional and lethal soldiers in the U.S. Army."
A special operations soldier received his second Distinguished Service Cross during a ceremony on Wednesday, officials with U.S. Army Special Operations Command said
The foreign national who caused Fort Bragg's All American gate to close for several hours in March will not face charges and will be deported, court documents state
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