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Army secretary supports Arlington burial for police officer killed during Capitol riots
"He paid the ultimate price in fulfilling his oath."
Pentagon: Don’t blame us for the massive security failure at the Capitol
"Overall, the assessment that we got repeatedly was no indications of significant violent protest."
Lawmakers demand answers over ‘dramatic increase’ of COVID-19 cases at Fort Bliss
New Mexico lawmakers voiced their "increasing concern" in a letter to U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Monday.
Army announces new missing soldier policy in response to Fort Hood review
"During the time that a soldier is listed as absent-unknown, unit leaders and Army law enforcement will make every effort to locate the soldier"
Fort Hood’s toxic environment has pushed women ‘into survival mode,’ new report says
"Numerous females soldiers reported that it is a daily battle to get through the day"
14 Fort Hood leaders fired or suspended in fallout over Spc. Vanessa Guillén’s death
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is cleaning house at Fort Hood.
Army Secretary admits the service is failing to protect soldiers from sexual assault and harassment
"My preliminary review of the report, recent cases, and recent media coverage, have hardened my belief that the Army’s SHARP program hasn’t achieved its mandate"
Army Chief says COVID-19 likely factor in rise in suicides
"Just because someone can carry the weight, doesn't mean that it isn't heavy."
Six months after the disappearance and death of Vanessa Guillén, Army changes how missing soldiers are reported
“Her loss has been felt in our formations and across the nation at large."
Congress is opening an investigation into Fort Hood
Army two-star general’s next assignment delayed over major Fort Hood command review
Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt "will remain in command at Fort Hood ... during the ongoing independent review of the command climate"
National Guard leaving D.C. but questions about the military’s response to protests remain
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said that active-duty troops came very close to being deployed to the nation’s capital.
While the Army pours resources into Fort Wainwright after suicides, leaders stress one reminder: Look out for your teammates
"We want less suicides. No matter how you put this down, in any kind of way, that's just how we want to see it."