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These soldiers cleared a path through 145 unexploded artillery rounds so senior officials could visit a building
That's a lot of ordnance to reach Fort Sill's well known Blockhouse.
One of the US military’s best photos of the year is of a soldier absolutely hating life
Embrace the suck.
Surrounded. Low on supplies. Freezing. The Nazis demanded his surrender. He replied: ‘Nuts!”
“To the German Commander, N U T S ! The American Commander.”
The US Army thinks these new mixed-reality ‘doggles’ can make special operations canines better than ever in battle
Once this technology is operational, "a handler could sit a mile away in a bunker, completely safe, and they can send the dog out and send these very specific directional cues to the dog,"
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."
Ultimate attack helicopter the AH-64 Apache owns the sky
Air superiority is the greatest tool of the American military and the AH-64 Attack Helicopter reigns supreme. The Army canceled...
The Battle of the Bulge hero who saved his entire battalion
December 16 marks the anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge. This is the story of Medal of Honor recipient Pfc. Francis S. Currey, whose actions helped save the flank of his entire battalion from advancing German soldiers at Malmedy
US Army to train alongside Chinese soldiers during Hawaii exercise
"This exchange is important to maintain as it improves our ability to save lives, protect property, and better prepare for the next major disaster in the Indo- Pacific," Schuster said in an email.
Here’s the military record of Lt. Col. Vindman, the soldier testifying at Trump’s impeachment inquiry
He's served for two decades as an Army infantry officer.
Soldiers are smoking a whole lot more weed in states where it’s legalized
Soldiers are smoking a whole lot more weed if they happen to be stationed in or near a state where it's legal, and the Army has definitely noticed!
A guy in New Jersey allegedly scammed $2.1 million from women by posing as a soldier serving in Syria
A New Jersey man was busted Wednesday for running an international lonely hearts scam that turned deadly, authorities said.
Pentagon identifies 2 Special Forces soldiers killed in Afghanistan
The Pentagon has identified the two soldiers were killed in combat in Afghanistan on Wednesday as members of U.S. Army Special Forces.
I graded the Army Staff College and its leadership. Now a graduating officer grades my advice
I started a heated discussion last year about the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) when, after spending a year at the school being graded and evaluated, I decided to grade and evaluate the school myself.
US talks with Taliban end for now, with no Afghan peace deal
The 16 days of talks, in which the United States also sought assurances that Taliban insurgents will not use Afghanistan to stage attacks, are expected to resume in late March.
African paratroopers can’t jump good
There's a video going around purportedly of soldiers in an unnamed African country jumping out the back of an aircraft, and unfortunately they can't jump good.
Army Secretary calls military housing problems ‘unconscionable’
"I'd said the problems are unconscionable. There's no reason our soldiers and their families should live in the conditions they've lived in."
2 Army EOD soldiers indicted for allegedly trying to sell guns and explosives they knew would be sent to Mexico
Two Army explosive ordnance disposal soldiers have been indicted for allegedly trying to sell dozens of rifles, pistols, and C4 explosive to undercover agents in El Paso, Texas.
Dear Microsoft workers protesting the Army: Have you heard of PowerPoint?
Rather than provide insight or commentary on the ethics of corporate cooperation with government, the letter lays bear the signatories' ignorance of warfare and combat trauma.
At least 4 American veterans among group arrested in Haiti with weapons and tactical gear
At least four American veterans were among a group of eight men arrested by police in Haiti earlier this week for driving without license plates and possessing an arsenal of weaponry and tactical gear.
Like father, like son: 82nd Airborne soldiers jump together at Fort Bragg
Since joining the military in 2005, Master Sgt. Michael Mabry has jumped out of military aircraft more than a hundred times. Yet a jump in January is what the 45-year-old describes as the highlight of his military career. That's when he saw his son, 18-year-old Pvt. William Mabry, participate in his sixth jump and his first under the 82nd Airborne Division
Fallen Soldier Given Second-Highest Award For ‘Extraordinary Heroism’ During 2009 Afghan Battle
Editor’s Note: This article by Amy Bushatz originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and...
This Army Recruiter Has A Hilarious Game To Help You Pick Which Service Branch To Join
Sgt. 1st Class Kenny Mewhort has been an Army Recruiter on Long Island, New York for a year-and-a-half, and he...
Why Was Bergdahl In The Army In First Place?
In two hours of unsworn testimony Monday, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl called walking off his remote outpost in Afghanistan “a...
Army Chief Of Staff Wades Into The Online Comments To Quell Green Beret Controversy
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley made a silly mistake Oct. 31 while attempting to perform damage control amid...
‘Blind’ Army Vet Ordered To Repay Disability Money Because He Can See
A U.S. Army veteran who collected disability benefits for blindness has been placed on three years of probation and ordered...