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What it takes to earn the title ‘Best Ranger,’ according to the first officer to ever do so
"[I]f we have to run we have to run, if we’re dead at the end, we’re dead at the end.”
Why the Army cut back on incoherent screaming by drill sergeants on day 1 of basic training
“Nothing’s really changed other than we’re not screaming in their faces."
‘I want the rain. I want it to be nasty’ — How the world’s deadliest snipers compete
"[T]hrow your kit on and get out there and run and gun."
This British sniper may have the deadliest mustache in the world
One U.S. soldier called it "immaculate."
What happens at each US military boot camp?
Who has the longest boot camp? Which boot camp is the hardest? Which boot camp has a pasta dinner for friends and family?
‘He’s the legacy now’ — Meet the Army’s father-son sniper duo
“I grew up playing in the ghillie wash trench and stuff like that ... It was always a dream of mine."
This US soldier just set a new shooting record at the Olympics
"We are very fortunate to be here to be able to compete."
How this Army lieutenant pulled off an elaborate scheme to join the military without his family knowing
“My aunt asked me, ‘Who are these guys in a military uniform?’ And I’m like ‘Oh, that’s my Uber driver.'"
Fort Benning hunkers down in hopes of avoiding post-holiday COVID-19 surge
"It may only get worse, but it too will pass."
Ranger training battalion commander relieved for making ‘derogatory’ comments about subordinates
"These allegations included the use of derogatory comments to subordinates in the commander’s formation."
Fort Benning soldier facing murder charge after 5-year-old forced out of the car is killed by another vehicle
The incident is currently under investigation.
Ex-soldier who raped and took nude photos of minor pleads guilty in exploitation case
His sentencing hearing is scheduled for mid-December.
Watch new infantry recruits experience the Army’s replacement for drill sergeant ‘shark attacks’
"How 'easy' does this look?"
More than 60 Fort Benning soldiers have been punished for violating COVID-19 rules
Army officials at Fort Benning, Georgia have gotten serious about enforcing COVID-19 restrictions by handing down punishments under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and administrative discipline to more than 60 soldiers, posting some of those actions on social media
Trump and Congress are on a collision course over Confederate names of military bases
President Trump threatened to veto any defense bill that renames military bases and other assets named after Confederate generals.
More than 200 soldiers just tested positive for COVID-19 at Army basic training sites
Most of those infected originally tested negative.
This Army chaplain got creative in order to reach soldiers under stress from COVID-19
"In a very short amount of time, our world changed very rapidly ... It makes us realize that we really don't have that much control."
The Army is already using its next-generation head-up display to do battle with COVID-19
Soldiers at Fort Benning are currently using the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) based on Microsoft's HoloLens technology to "rapidly assess" the temperature of hundreds of soldiers daily in the base's training pipelines
Georgia Supreme Court overturns convictions of Army couple accused of killing their newborn baby
The newborn girl died three days after she was brought home from the hospital.
The Army doesn’t plan on renaming 10 installations named for Confederate leaders
Just in case you were wondering
How Infantry Warfare Evolved in Military History
The infantry has changed from Ancient Rome to the modern conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this video, we discover...
The Army is testing an ATV that looks like a tactical Segway
What contraption expertly combines the lethality of the modern American soldier with the awkwardness of a mall cop of a flock of tourists? If you answered 'a tactical Segway,' then you are absolutely correct
Judge Jody: Soldier to have court-martial retried after judge had ‘intimate’ relationship with prosecutor’s wife
A soldier's court-martial will be re-tried because the judge had an intimate relationship with the wife of the lead prosecutor on the case.