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1 hr ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
A Chautauqua County native who spent nearly 40 years in the military has received the highest form of recognition his regiment offers.
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US soldier Roy Lawrence, of Maine, cleaning his weapon somewhere in Iraq in March 2003.
10 hrs ago | AlertNet
A team of amateur explorers say they found the site of a lost U.S. Army fort buried deep in the Everglades that once served as a restocking post for troops during a series of guerilla-like battles with Seminole Indians.
Stephen O'Brien, of The Motley Fool, writes in The Business Insider that, The US Military Could Drive Solar Energy Growth, telling us that the Department of Defense, DOD, spends $20 billion a year on energy making them the largest energy consumer on earth.
A Black Hawk native is leading soldiers who have one of the most dangerous jobs in the military - disabling roadside bombs in Afghanistan.
As hundreds of immigrant children stay at a temporary shelter at the Fort Sill Army Post near Lawton, some Oklahoma leaders say they are concerned a broad agreement on the nation's immigration policy won't be reached this year.
At least that's what he says. She swears it was the summer after sixth grade, maybe seventh.
The Army's plan to shift National Guard AH-64 Apaches into the active duty in exchange for UH-60 Black Hawks will allow governors to better respond to state disasters, the general in charge of training the service's helicopter pilots said.
Service Brewing Co. CEO Kevin Ryan takes a gulp of beer. Ryan and Dan Sartin, a fellow former infantry officer, joined together last year to begin the plans for Service Brewing.
The military might have been able to prevent two of the four U.S. deaths in Benghazi if commanders had known more about the intensity of the sporadic gunfire directed at the CIA installation where Americans had taken refuge and had pressed to get a rescue team there faster, according to senior military leaders.
US military research agency DARPA says it is homing in on its long-term ambition of producing self-guided bullets, after staging a test in which a sniper was able to shoot at a target at a radically wrong angle, and yet still hit it perfectly.
Last month within the mountainous terrain of The Great Salt Lake Desert at Dugway Proving Ground Utah, the U.S. Army conducted flight testing of an unmanned airborne electronic attack capability known as NERO, or the Networked Electronic Warfare Remotely Operated.
Lemuel Augustus Penn was murdered on July 11, 1964 in Madison County, Georgia. He died without knowing he would play an important role in the struggle for civil rights in the USA and particularly in the South.
Army Specialist James Muir is back home from Korea, but his reunion with his young family and son in Milton included a big element of surprise.
Cho Myung-ja ran away from home as a teenager to escape a father who beat her, finding her way to the red light district in a South Korean town that hosts a large U.S. Army garrison.
Bowe Bergdahl for five imprisoned Taliban leaders, letters released Thursday show.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:28 pm
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