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The first of some 7,000 Fort Jackson Army soldiers are starting their annual two-week holiday leave.
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Three former Special Forces soldiers have pleaded guilty to charges of using inside bid information to profit from U.S. Army contracts in Afghanistan.
Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Oklahoma, speaks during a news conference to release his annual report of what he calls "wasteful and low-priority" spending.
It's not clear what caused Tuesday's crash of a U.S. Army helicopter in southern Afghanistan, that left six American service members dead.
A piece of the Pentagon has been delivered to Fort Bliss as part of an effort to broaden the number of 9/11 memorials in the U.S. Retired New Jersey police inspector Steven Saymon traveled to the West Texas Army post Monday to deliver a 250-pound stone dislodged from the Pentagon when it was struck on Sept.
The Texarkana Board of Directors has approved $120,000 to help close a budget gap at the Texarkana Regional Airport.
LAS CRUCES >> The U.S. Senate is expected to vote this week on legislation that includes a provision that could create a 5,100-acre "safety and security buffer" for the White Sands Test Facility.
Vice Admiral Michelle Howard has been tapped by President Barack Obama to become the Navy's vice chief of naval operations.
The director of the Pentagon's sexual-assault prevention efforts is retiring after a year in which estimates of sexual misconduct spiked and he was implicated in an effort to cover up abuse at a hospital in Afghanistan.
An Iraq War veteran accused of stealing the identification information of hundreds of members of his former Army unit will remain in federal custody while the case is referred to a grand jury, a judge ruled Monday.
U.S. and Philippine officials signed an agreement Monday for Washington to restore a cemetery north of Manila where the graves of thousands of American service members and dependents have been covered in ash since Mount Pinatubo's 1991 eruption.
A Siouxlander is throwing his hat into the race for the U.S. Senate in South Dakota.
Army and developers are preparing to open the doors of a new hotel at Fort Riley, part of a military program to improve on-post lodging for soldiers and families.
1783 - George Washington resigns as commander in chief of the U.S. Army and retires to his home at Mount Vernon, Virginia.
Soldiers pause at the base of the Eastern redbud tree dedicated to Spc. Wilbel A Robles-Santa on Saturday during a wreath ceremony at Fort Stewart's Warriors Walk.
Soldiers scrambling to climb aboard U.S. military helicopters before approaching enemy forces overwhelmed them was a staple scene in those movies.