Army couple to receive $15M settlement for botched delivery at Tripler hospital
A federal judge in Hawaii has approved a $15 million settlement for an Army couple whose son suffered brain damage from lack of oxygen during his delivery at Tripler Army Medical Center in 2018.
Fresh off fourth star, general likely headed to top post at US Army Europe and Africa
Gen. Darryl Williams is poised to become the first Black commander of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, leading ground forces at a crucial time for security in Europe.
Former Army helicopter pilot pleads guilty to selling aviation secrets to China
A retired U.S. Army helicopter pilot pleaded guilty in San Diego for selling sensitive aviation-related information to China.
Army helicopter catches fire at Naval Air Station North Island; no injuries
A fire aboard a U.S. Army helicopter at Naval Air Station North Island in Coronado was extinguished by base firefighters Wednesday.
Army relaxes tattoo policy, approves some hand, neck ink as it faces recruiting shortfall
Army officials said the new policy would better align the service with social norms on tattoos and make the enlistment process simpler for recruits with tattoos in some areas of their bodies that were previously banned.
Army considering 13 bases as sites for multidomain artillery units
The Army is seeking public comment on proposed sites at 13 installations in the U.S. for its permanent Multi-Domain Task Force units, including bases in Hawaii and Alaska.
Army offers $35,000 bonus to new recruits who quickly fill boot camp vacancies
The Army is offering a $35,000 bonus to new recruits willing to sign a four-year contract and ship out to boot camp within 45 days as it struggles to quickly fill open training slots.
110th Aviation Brigade gets new command chief warrant officer
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Robert Macy assumed responsibility as the command chief warrant officer of the 110th Aviation Brigade at Fort Rucker, Ala.
Explosions over Fort Jackson to return with first public fireworks show in years
The previously annual event, called off in recent years, is scheduled to be held at the U.S. Army base in Columbia on July 2.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord conducts mortar and demolitions training
Joint Base Lewis-McChord units are conducting day and nighttime mortar and demolitions training.
Parts delay puts elevator repairs at US base in South Korea on hold
Repairs to a dozen elevators out of order at Camp Humphreys, some in housing areas, are delayed by a three-to-five-month parts backlog, according to the base.
Lockheed Martin gets contract to build long-lasting battery storage system at Fort Carson
The new battery system is expected to improve the base's ability to sustain critical missions, minimizing the need for expensive diesel generators.
Michigan extends comment period on Camp Grayling expansion
The National Guard is pursuing a Camp Grayling expansion of roughly 162,000 acres, which would nearly double its footprint and allow troops to train for emerging cyber and space warfare threats.
Russian anger at Lithuania puts spotlight back on US troops in NATO battlegroup near Suwalki Gap
Kremlin threats of retaliation against NATO ally Lithuania for instituting a transit ban over the weekend that affects Russia’s exclave of Kaliningrad could have serious implications for several hundred US soldiers positioned in nearby northeastern Poland.
Deputies search for suspect who fatally shot JBLM soldier
Joint Base Lewis-McChord identified the soldier as Army Sgt. Emmett Leviticus Moore. He was a member of 1-14 Cavalry Squadron, 1-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 7th Infantry Division.
Here’s what it’s like on the plane with the Golden Knights
The United States Army Parachute Team, also known as the Golden Knights, delivered the ball for the opening pitch of the Washington Nationals vs. Philadelphia Phillies baseball game.
New patch authorized for soldiers with US Army Japan
The commander of US Army Japan has authorized his soldiers to wear a new patch symbolizing their alliance with America’s Far East ally.
US veterans missing in Ukraine formed bond over background
Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh are both military veterans from Alabama, so it was natural that they formed a bond once they met in Ukraine.
Defense contractor KBR to pay $13 million to settle whistleblower case
A defense contractor agreed to pay $13.67 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that its employees accepted kickbacks while providing logistics support to the Army in the Middle East.