North Korea tests new ‘super-large’ rocket launcher
North Korea said Sunday that leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test-firing of a “newly developed super-large multiple rocket launcher."
Night fire, chem attack shooting, no more ‘alibis': What you need to know about new Army shooting standards
Soldiers cross the Army, from cooks to snipers, will see sweeping changes to their marksmanship training.
Putin vows to respond after US missile test
A modified ground-launched version of a U.S. Navy Tomahawk cruise missile accurately struck its target more than 500 kilometers away.
Army’s new Chicago team will use 'big data’ to recruit Gen Z
"That’s really the point of the big data part: don’t waste people’s time," an Army leader said.
Good blood: Machine gunner killed nearly 100 before falling to a banzai charge
Goodblood received the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions.
New repair tech slashes time and cost to keep Bradleys in the fight
This can cut the cost from $25,000 replacement mounts to $1,000 for the repair.
2 men falsely claimed military service to get their cases moved to a veterans court
Two Montana men who were sentenced to prison for violating the terms of the probation in separate crimes won’t be eligible for parole until they complete a writing assignment given because they falsely claimed to have served in the military to have their cases moved to a veterans court.
Drone war takes flight, raising stakes in Iran, US tensions
From the vast deserts of Saudi Arabia to the crowded neighborhoods of Beirut, a drone war has taken flight across the wider Middle East, raising the stakes in the ongoing tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
Alaska lawmakers want to know why project to improve missiles at Fort Greely was cancelled
Alaska’s members of Congress have said they plan to look into a Pentagon decision to cancel a project to improve Alaska-based missiles, a report said.
Work begins on Syria safe zone to separate Turkey and US-allied Kurdish forces
Turkey’s defense minister said Saturday that military officials from Turkey and the United States have begun work to create a “safe zone” along its border in northeastern Syria.
75 years later, World War II veterans go back to Paris
World War II veterans are taking part in ceremonies Saturday and Sunday marking the 75th anniversary of the military operation that liberated Paris from Nazi occupation.
Whether the day is sunny or stormy, Elmo is there for children of the wounded
Helping the littlest members of families of wounded warriors.
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