Army leaders said Tuesday that they have not received any requests to use active-duty or National Guard troops for possible civil unrest surrounding the presidential election next month, but are ready to do so if called on.
Can Army aircraft, flying lower and slower than stealthy jets, really stay survivable and relevant in the face of high-tech anti-aircraft defenses?
Army wargames against Russia and China found a major gap in the service’s planned arsenal of long-range precision weapons, a gap it now plans to fill with a new intermediate-range missile that could fly as far as 2,000 miles.
As the Chinese military grows more powerful, the U.S. military—the Army in particular—needs a new strategy for deterring China.
Last Friday the Army posted a trial Request for Proposals for its Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program, which at an estimated cost of $45 billion aims to procure 3,800 armored vehicles to replace the 40-year-old M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs) in U.S. Army service.
The U.S. Army today released the identity of an 82nd Airborne Division soldier who was killed Monday in a non-combat vehicle accident in Syria while supporting Operation Inherent Resolve.
The head of Army operations said Wednesday that the service is resuming large-scale combat training exercises in spite of the recent rise in coronavirus cases across the country.
The tragic disappearance and murder of Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, has cast new light on a decades-old problem in the world’s finest military: sexual assault and sexual harassment.
The Department of Justice unsealed an indictment of a U.S. Army soldier who allegedly helped a neo-Nazi group plan a deadly ambush on his fellow service members.