Army captain jailed after lewd assault of his soldier during promotion
A U.S. Army officer who put his head between a soldier’s breasts during her promotion in Jordan was convicted by a court-martial of two related charges, documents provided Wednesday by the service show.
Feds: National Guard members on state duty can join unions
The Department of Justice has given the green light to National Guard members on active duty for their states to join labor unions, despite a U.S. law that makes it a felony for military personnel on active federal duty to unionize.
War in Ukraine casts shadow on land forces symposium in Hawaii
The annual Land Forces of the Pacific symposium, which had gone virtual the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, highlights the role of the Army and its allied and partner land forces in the Indo-Pacific.
Army identifies two paratroopers killed in multivehicle crash in Alaska
Both soldiers were fire control specialists assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 377th Parachute Field Artillery Regiment, at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the Army said.
Accused dealer of fentanyl-laced cocaine in overdoses of West Point cadets indicted on federal charges
Axel “Gee” Casseus, 21, was indicted on two counts of distribution of a controlled substance on May 5 for allegedly selling the laced cocaine to the spring breakers on March 10.
Army’s top civilian defends Russian deterrence program, predicts more US troops could deploy to Europe
Army Secretary Christine Wormuth told House lawmakers that the European Deterrence Initiative might not have stopped Russian President Vladimir Putin from ordering a full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, but it positioned the U.S. military to respond quickly to it.
Army activates new air cavalry squadron with latest Apache helicopters in South Korea
The new squadron consists of roughly 500 soldiers and 24 AH-64E Apaches, the latest version of the Army’s attack helicopter.
Two-star general becomes first woman to lead Horn of Africa command
An Army two-star general is the first woman to take command of forces at the only permanent American military base in Africa, a milestone in the military’s 20-year mission in Djibouti.
Veteran dies during scuba class at JBLM
The student diver, a veteran, was participating in a class for civilians, according to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department, whose dive team recovered the body.
Strategic placement: New Fort Drum museum meshes into the community
The museum’s previous location was on base, right in the middle of Fort Drum. Its new location, just outside the base, makes it much more easily accessible.
Military training for an emergency will cause real-life issues at Fort Jackson
All gates at Fort Jackson will be closed during a portion of the training, and there will be increased random vehicle searches, officials tweeted. There will also be restricted movement in all of Fort Jackson’s buildings and facilities during the exercise.
Teacher barred from grade school on Hawaii Army base over misconduct allegations
A teacher at an elementary school on a Hawaii Army base has been barred from campus after Army officials became aware of misconduct allegations against him, according to U.S. Army Hawaii.
About 10,700 soldiers based in US will deploy to Europe, replacing other troops
About 10,700 troops now in the United States will rotate into Europe in the coming months to relieve other service members deployed there, chief Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Friday.
Three new housing towers will take on tenants soon at Camp Humphreys
The 12-story towers have been under construction since 2017. They offer three-, four- and five-bedroom units with tankless water heaters and closed-circuit televisions for security.
Army infantry staff sergeant identified as victim of bear attack in Alaska
Staff Sgt. Seth Michael Plant, 30 was taken to the hospital at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, where he was declared dead, the Army said in a news release Thursday.
Fort Sam Houston Army Band, Fort Hood Cavalry to march in Texas Veterans Parade
Fort Sam Houston and Fort Hood will send detachments to the first Veterans Parade in Central Texas in 77 years.
Soldier dies from bear attack during Army training in Alaska
Alaska Wildlife Troopers have launched a search for a bear that killed a soldier, local media reported. 
Hawaii Army commander implores soldiers to help curtail abandoned-vehicle blight
Army Garrison Hawaii is tackling anew the seemingly perpetual problem of abandoned vehicles on installations by kicking off the weeklong Operation Clean Sweep on Monday.
19-year-old Army cook assigned to JBLM killed in traffic accident
Spc. Christofer A. Wheeler, who is from South Carolina, was a culinary specialist and paratrooper assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne).