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How the Gulf War combat debut of 'stealth and GPS' transformed war

By Kris Osborn

When GPS-enabled sensors pinpointed enemy targets, surveillance aircraft monitored enemy troop movements and stealth bombers eluded radar tracking from air defenses in the opening days of Operation Desert Storm decades ago -- in January of 1991 – very few of those involved were likely considering how these attacks signified a new era in modern warfare.

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Army sergeant battles HOA over American flag display

By Robert Gearty

A Texas homeowners association this week warned a Fort Hood soldier of a fine if he didn’t take down his American flag, according to a report.

Navy SEAL Pleads Guilty in Case of Strangled Green Beret

By KATE ANDREWS

The Navy SEAL said he had restrained Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar with duct tape as Sergeant Melgar was being strangled by another commando in Mali in 2017.

Navy SEAL pleads guilty in hazing death of Green Beret during Africa deployment

By Barnini Chakraborty

A Navy SEAL pleaded guilty Thursday in the hazing death of a Green Beret soldier, detailing the late-night plot to break into 34-year-old Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar's room with a sledgehammer, put him in a chokehold and restrain him with duct tape.

Spies, Stealth and Threats: How Militants Infiltrated a Vital Army Base

By ROD NORDLAND and THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF

New details from an attack on Camp Bastion, once the British and American headquarters in Afghanistan’s troubled Helmand Province, shows more weaknesses of the Afghan military.

Pakistan Says Separatists Killed 5 in Attack on Luxury Hotel

By SALMAN MASOOD

An assault on a hotel frequented by guests from China, which is investing heavily in the region, was “an effort to sabotage our economic prospects,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said.

Gunmen Attack Pakistan Hotel Used by Chinese and Vow Further Violence

By SALMAN MASOOD

The Baluchistan Liberation Army, a separatist group, claimed responsibility. A Pakistani military official said the gunmen had killed a security guard.

Pentagon shifting $1.5 billion to border wall construction

By ROBERT BURNS

The Pentagon says it is reallocating $1.5 billion to help pay for construction of 80 miles of wall at the U.S.-Mexican border.

What it's like to fire the 30mm cannon that arms the Stryker armored vehicle

By Kris Osborn

It looked like streaming balls of fire lighting up the air, accompanied by a very loud noise, smoke and the sight of a large fiery explosion on the other side of a desert canyon.

Iowa veteran, 20, marries girlfriend hours before cancer death

By Alexandria Hein

An Army veteran from Iowa received his final wish to marry the love of his life just hours before he tragically died at the age of 20 from liver cancer.

Iowa veteran, 20, marries girlfriend hours before cancer death

By Alexandria Hein

An Army veteran from Iowa received his final wish to marry the love of his life just hours before he tragically died at the age of 20 from liver cancer.

Army fast-tracks enemy drone-destroying weapon

By Kris Osborn

The US Army’s Rapid Equipping Force is fast-tracking new technology to war that can track, jam and destroy attacking enemy drones as a way to respond to an explosive amount of new combat threats,

Army training brigade prepares for new worldwide deployments

By LOLITA C. BALDOR

Just months after the Army's new training brigade returned from Afghanistan, its teams are preparing for a different type of deployment that will scatter them around the world.

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