Guard aviators will get the newest advanced helicopters before some active Army units
The new helicopters will partially replace the UH-60 Black Hawk and AH-64 Apache.
The Army wants you to come experience life ‘#InOurBoots’
Soldiers tell you about their jobs in the new recruiting campaign that's complete with app and hashtag.
The Army wants a way to map underground tunnels using ground robots and drones
The Army's Rapid Equipping Force expects models or prototypes ready from industry in 30 days.
Chelsea Manning will have to stay in jail for contempt, appeals court says
The former Army intel analyst is behind bars for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigating Wikileaks.
The Army is looking for a sensor to detect small drones and protect vehicles from Humvees to tanks
The sensor will need to send targeting data to helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, stationary fires and nearby vehicles.
DoD identifies soldier who died in Iraq on Saturday
The 22-year-old soldier from the 101st Airborne Division died in a non-combat related incident, a spokesman said.
What motivated fellow SEALs to dime out Eddie Gallagher?
The fog of war swirls through the reams of internal files provided to Navy Times.
US gives 3 Black Hawk helicopters to Albania military
Albania’s Defense Ministry says the United States has provided three Black Hawk helicopters to bolster its military capacities.
Trump calls Libyan commander pushing to seize Tripoli
President Donald Trump has spoken by phone with Libya's Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, who is leading an offensive to take over the capital of Tripoli — the seat of the U.N.-supported government.
Virginia governor wants Confederate arch gone from Fort Monroe
Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for the removal of an arch honoring the former president of the Confederacy at Fort Monroe, where the first enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia 400 years ago.
As Russia probe began, Trump called on spy chiefs for help
Two months before special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in the spring of 2017, President Donald Trump picked up the phone and called the head of the largest U.S. intelligence agency.
Prosecutors celebrate victory after ruling in Gallagher war crimes case
A Navy judge ruled that evidence from Gallagher's seized cell phones can be used in court.
Special Features
Visual Stories
Load More

Home HQ