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.
Screenshots and clips of the hand gestures captured by cameras at Saturday’s game in Philadelphia went viral on social media.
Yesterday, the Army awarded two key contracts to catch up to Russia and China in the race to field battle-ready hypersonic missiles.
Q&A with the co-founders of the All Secure Foundation, whose mission is to address the post-service challenges our veterans face.
Examining why some veterans often feel awkward and uncomfortable when someone says "Thank you for your service." Where does that uneasiness come from?
U.S.Army’s three-star senior futurist: "The Artificial Intelligence the military needs most is not some kind of killer robot..."
After four years focused on cyber warfare, “we have really focused on the build of the next phase of development, and that’s in our electronic warfare force..." - Army Brig. Gen. Jennifer Buckner.
A medical evacuation drill turned into a real emergency when two U.S. Army helicopters participating in the exercise injured 22 Army Reserve soldiers.
The Army has reversed its widely covered decision to discharge a citizenship-seeking immigrant soldier, in what his lawyer called an acknowledgment that the move was "improper."