The Army is looking for soldiers and civilians to serve in new cyber units charged with protecting critical stateside infrastructure and creating “effects” on the battlefield in support of conventional forces. The challenge: Attracting the creative, energetic talent typically drawn to the freewheeling tech sector.
Fort Bragg's wounded warriors look out onto a garden devoid of color.
The tranquility garden in the courtyard of the Warrior Transition Battalion is surrounded by the brick walls of the complex, adding several degrees of heat to the already humid air of Fort Bragg.
But partnerships with groups off post are aimed at breathing new life into the garden and providing a relaxing environment for recovering troops.
Local police are working with the Army's criminal investigations unit after a Fort Meade soldier was shot to death. Police found Karlyn Ramirez in her townhome after responding to a call for an open door at the residence Tuesday morning.
The last remaining female soldier in training at the U.S. Army's Ranger School has advanced to its third and final phase, Army officials said Friday, leaving open the possibility that the school could graduate a third woman from the first class to ever include women.
Fort Bragg forces are not strangers to "green-on-blue" attacks, where would-be allies turn their aggression to coalition forces. Based on a review of deaths during the Afghanistan War, 10 Fort Bragg troops have been killed in such incidents.
In a letter urging Secretary of Defense Ash Carter to intervene, a congressman says the Army went too far in reprimanding and initiating actions against a Green Beret who shoved an Afghan police commander after he allegedly admitted raping a young boy.
Maryland police on Wednesday identified the victim of a homicide as Karlyn Serane Ramirez, 24, who was found shot to death in a town home Tuesday. An infant, about 5 months old, was found unharmed next to Ramirez and appeared to be in good health.
The Army and Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems have test-fired the latest version of the company's venerable Sidewinder air-to-air missile from a ground launcher to down an unmanned aircraft target, the company said Wednesday.
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who commanded the 75th Ranger Regiment in the late 1990s, said if it were up to him, he would take the two female soldiers who graduated from Ranger School in his regiment.
Two months after China perpetrated one of the largest breaches of federal data in American history, the commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command on Tuesday proposed a new military in which all operations "converge" to strengthen the nation's digital defenses.
Oshkosh Defense won a major contract to build the ground vehicle that could become a symbol of the U.S. Army for a generation and will eventually replace the Pentagon's storied but aging fleet of Humvees, the Army announced Tuesday.
Senior Army leaders say Aleksander Skarlatos, a member of the Oregon National Guard, will get the Soldier's Medal — the Army's highest award for acts of heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy.
Ayoub El-Khazzani, 26, was tackled and tied up by five passengers, including three Americans and a Briton, averting what President Francois Hollande said "could have degenerated into monstrous carnage."
A recent shooting in El Paso's Union Plaza Entertainment District was sparked by an argument when two men tried to start a conversation with women who were with other men, according to court documents.