Rocky Mount Telegram
Decrease in troops would affect Eastern N.C.
The grimmest measure of war is the all-too-familiar casualty count - the numbers of brave men and women in our Armed Forces who sacrificed life and limb for their country.
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Monday Jul 7
Vice Chief of the Army General John F. Campbell nominated as new ISAF commander
Vice Chief of Staff of the Army General John F. Campbell received a presidential nomination to serve as commander of NATO's International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan.
Monday Jul 7
Right to Bare Arms? Army soldiers in big fight to roll up uniform sleeves
The black beret, seen above, was shelved in 2011 as the official headgear for the Army Combat Uniform.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Brooks completes Army basic trainingBrooks completes Army basic...
Brooks completes Army basic training Assigned to psy ops at Fort Bragg, Lloyd grad takes advanced training.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Autonomous vehicles to join the US Army
Over the next quarter of a century , the US Pentagon sees robots becoming more and more a part of military life with robot warplanes, submersibles, and infantry vehicles taking their place on the battlefields of the future.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Experts: Amarillo offers opportunities for vets
Christopher Stanhope was born in California and raised in Amarillo from age 4. His father is a Marine Corps veteran, his paternal grandfather served with the Army in Korea, and his maternal grandfather was in the Air Force.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The News Tribune
Familiar face takes command of JBLM's Green Berets
A Green Beret who spent much his career on the Pacific Rim took command on Thursday of Joint Base Lewis-McChord's largest special operations unit.
Meet the US Military's Three Four-Star Women
When Navy Secretary Ray Mabus pinned a fourth star on Adm. Michelle Howard's uniform this week, he was not only making her the branch's second-highest-ranking officer, he was also inducting her into a tiny and elite group of the military's highest ranking women.
Prilosec OTC Helps Bring Back Fort Bragga s Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration
Prilosec OTC, the #1 Doctor recommended over-the-counter medicine1 for the treatment of frequent heartburn, decided to partner with the most populated Army post in the United States to help the troops and Central North Carolinians celebrate the best of summer without the burn*.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Beach Carolina Magazine
21st Century Military Training at 1860s Bentonville Battlefield
Even today, a trip to a Civil War era battlefield can improve the combat effectiveness of the modern soldier.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
U.S. soldier suspected of murder in Panama likely to face military justice
A U.S. soldier suspected of murdering a Panamanian woman will "most likely" face charges in a military court in the United States, a U.S. military spokesman said on Sunday.
Reiniers: Iraq again a " this didna t need to happen
Everyone knew Iraq would self-destruct at some point after President Obama pulled out our troops in 2011.
Wounded in body and mind, 'Eagle 7' lived to soar again
Command Sgt. Maj. Alonzo J. Smith is not the "do as I say, not as I do" kind of leader.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Hardin named chief trial judge of Army Reserve
Although Col. Jim Hardin officially became chief trial judge of the United States Army Reserve on May 1, the command assumption ceremony was conducted June 8. The Change of Command ceremony was presided over by Col.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Report says Fort Bragg could lose 16,000 job...
Fort Bragg could lose 16,000 military and civilian jobs in the next six years under a new projection of the impact of the shrinking defense budget.
Veteran, 100, finally getting high school diploma
George Hulka is pictured at the Wesley Community Center on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. A 100-year-old Army veteran of World War II is finally getting his high school diploma - as is his great-grandson.
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WWII veteran, 100, finally getting high school diploma
An "Old Reliable" who fought for years in World War II was to graduate from high school Saturday, two months after turning 100 years old.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Air Force Times
Museum immortalizes Medal of Honor recipient's ferocious bayonet charge
A new museum exhibit in North Carolina shows Army Medal of Honor recipient Cpl. Rodolfo Hernandez killing six enemy soldiers in Korea.
The News Tribune
New Army report projects cuts of up to 16,000 soldiers from JBLM
A decade of growth at Joint Base Lewis-McChord could be wiped away by 2020 if the Army carries out severe force reductions in the South Sound as described in a planning document released Thursday.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
1st female commander at Warren Army site vows greater transparency
Maj. Gen. Gwen Bingham, a trailblazing military careerist who takes over as commander of the U.S. Army-Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command today, says she has 'great expectations' for the facility and will instill greater transparency as the U.S. Army continues to grapple with cutbacks.