Max Bergen, 94, a World War II veteran who spent more than a year as a prisoner of war was awarded the Purple Heart.
Seventy-five years after withdrawing from high school to serve the U.S. as an Army soldier during World War II, Vito Trause had one last (surprise) mission to complete.
The battle-hardened Army commander nominated to take over U.S. military operations in Afghanistan warns Congress that if America leaves the fight too rapidly, there is a risk Islamic State militants could merge with al-Qaida and plan attacks against the U.S. Lt. Gen. Scott Miller, a former Army Delta commando who heads U.S. Joint Special Operations Command, tells the Senate Armed Services Committee that, if confirmed, he'll reassess the troop numbers in Afghanistan to see if the force size is right.
The Army is fast-tracking an emerging program to engineer a longer-range artillery cannon able to out range enemy ground forces by hitting targets at more than twice the distance of existing artillery.
A Marine is in critical condition Friday after apparently shooting himself by accident Finside a guard post at the Marine Corps barracks in Washington, D.C., officials say.
This personal pocket-sized, stealthy nano-drone equips soldiers with instant access to a powerful eye in the sky.
The U.S. Army will celebrate its 243rd birthday on June 14, the same day as Flag Day.
Cambodia's military has reacted with scorn to an announcement by the United States that it has blacklisted an important senior army officer over human rights abuses, blocking his access to any assets in the U.S. The Treasury Department announced sanctions Tuesday against Gen. Bun Hieng, commander of Cambodia's Prime Minister Bodyguard Unit, which it said had been engaged in serious human rights violations for at least the past 21 years, including a 1997 incident in which a U.S. citizen received shrapnel wounds.
The U.S. soldier who was killed during an ambush attack in Somalia on Friday has been identifed as an eight-year Army veteran from Arizona who had previously served in Afghanistan.
Pablo Villavicencio Calderon was taken into custody while delivering a pizza to Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn. A judge has halted the deportation at least until a hearing can be held.
The Army’s new “Vision” for future war calls for a fast-moving emphasis on long-range precision fire to include missiles, hypersonic weapons and extended-range artillery -- to counter Russian threats on the European continent, service officials explain.
An undocumented immigrant’s arrest exposes the tenuous protection undocumented immigrants have, even in a sanctuary city like New York.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has spoken by phone with Pakistan's army chief to discuss political reconciliation in Afghanistan and other issues.
The Army is testing and prototyping self-generating “Ironman-like” soldier exoskeletons, designed to massively change combat missions by supporting soldier movement, generating electricity, powering weapons systems and substantially lowering the weight burden of what troops carry in war.
A senior U.S. military commander is endorsing the decision to spare Army Pvt.
Officials say staff failed to complete required checks and did not attempt to perform CPR after H.R. McMaster Sr.'s fatal fall in April.
A Massachusetts high school student was in for the surprise of a lifetime when his father — an Army sergeant deployed overseas — surprised him at his graduation on Saturday.
A leftover rocket killed 4 and maimed seven young members of an extended family in eastern Afghanistan. “I wanted to cry,” says the doctor in charge of treating them.
Souped-up military MRZR ATVs armed with powerful drone slayers could be the answer to defeating drone attacks in the future.
To preserve space for future war heroes in the country’s premier national cemetery, the Army is considering new rules that would turn away many currently eligible veterans.