The US Army plans a “shoot off” of competing anti-aircraft systems as it tries to rebuild battlefield air defenses it largely disbanded since 9/11.
Police arrested a former Army medic after a vandal broke windows and left a Bible at a Colorado mosque – leading to an outpouring of support for Muslims.
Examining why some veterans often feel awkward and uncomfortable when someone says "Thank you for your service." Where does that uneasiness come from?
The U.S. Army plans to start operating a $4.5 billion plant next week that will destroy the nation's largest remaining stockpile of mustard agent.
A top Army general is scheduled to testify Wednesday about why he destroyed letters he received from supporters and critics of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Before he died, Travis Patriquin discovered something that he considered to be the most critical insight that Americans must know about the religion of Islam.
Is it fair to jail a former Army sergeant who truly believed he was protecting fellow soldiers from a Taliban bomber when he shot at firefighters responding to a fire in his apartment?
The new U.S. commander in Afghanistan has submitted his first three-month report: "Training is a big issue ... It has to be done even on the front line."
Gen. Robert B. Brown took over as the new leader of Army soldiers in the Pacific, succeeding Gen. Vincent Brooks who has assumed command of U.S. Forces Korea.