WASHINGTON (AP) — By the thousands, U.S. service members are refusing or putting off the COVID-19 vaccine as frustrated commanders scramble to knock down internet rumors and find the right pitch that will persuade troops to get the shot. Some…
YAKIMA, Wash. — Last year, an onslaught of emergency COVID-19 restrictions threw U.S. Army recruiters across the country for a loop, leading them to ask:…
BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho National Guard has released the names of the three soldiers killed in a helicopter crash on Tuesday night. Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jesse Anderson, 43; Chief Warrant Officer 3 George “Geoff” Laubhan, 39; and Chief…
The US Military and Naval academies on Sunday launched internal investigations after cadets and midshipmen were captured on ESPN's pre-game show for the Army-Navy game making a hand gesture that some are interpreting as white nationalist and others are interpreting as innocent.
It started with a simple question.
For centuries, humans have been searching for the Yeti -- and now, in an unceremonious tweet, the Indian Army is claiming to have found evidence of the mythical Himalayan monster.
Moving from one side of Bakersfield, California, to the other shouldn't cause too much of a headache, but when Xenos and Angelica Lopez did, one very important piece of clothing went missing. Three years later, they found Xenos' army greens -- medals and all -- hanging in an antique shop.
SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. (WISC-TV) -- A Sun Prairie man who plays trumpet for the Army is asking for his instrument back after it was stolen on Veterans Day.This past weekend, Staff Sgt. Matthew Miller was in Milwaukee for the Army.…
Ikaika Erik Kang, a 35-year-old sergeant first class in the US Army, pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to four counts of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, according to the Department of Justice.
It looks like the Air Force will be sticking to the classics and going back in time to find the perfect design to update its service dress blues uniform.
One of five people injured during an explosion and fire at Letterkenny Army Depot in southern Pennsylvania died Thursday evening, according to a spokeswoman for the US Army Aviation and Missile Command.
In June, a young Pakistani student studying in Minnesota managed to get his hands on the documents that explained why he wouldn't be allowed to join the United States Army.
The Pentagon has identified the soldier killed in an apparent insider attack Saturday in Afghanistan as Army Cpl. Joseph Maciel of South Gate, California.
French President Emmanuel Macron is bringing mandatory national service back to France.
With hurricane season less than two weeks away and thousands of Puerto Ricans still without electricity, the US Army Corps of Engineers on Friday officially halted its work to restore power lines downed by Hurricane Maria in September.
The Army has identified two soldiers killed in a helicopter crash Friday night in Kentucky as Chief Warrant Officer 3 Ryan Connolly, 37, and Warrant Officer James Casadona, 28.
US and UK defense officials on Saturday released the names of the two troops who were killed this week in an improvised explosive device attack in the Manbij area of Syria.
Responding to customer pressure, Army and Air Force Exchange Service stores Monday reversed their decision to stop selling high capacity ammunition magazines just 10 days after they were removed from 72 military Post Exchanges, or PXs, across the United States.
The U.S. Army is challenging the Vegas Golden Knights' name and color scheme in a filing with the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Speaking to five branches of the military serving overseas via satellite from Mar-a-Lago, President Donald Trump highlighted how the US military is "really winning" since he took office.
The bodies of the three US soldiers killed in an apparent insider attack in Afghanistan returned to American soil on Monday.
One person is dead and three others are injured Tuesday after an explosion at an ammunition plant in Missouri, the U.S. Army told The Associated Press.
When an enemy is looking for you, especially an enemy with night vision technology, you want to keep cool and quiet. That's why General Motors and the United States Army developed the hydrogen-powered Chevrolet ZH2 off-road truck.