VI National Guard’s Knox-Limbacker promoted to major general
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. promoted the 49-year-old Knox-Limbacker to the rank of major general during a pinning ceremony last week at the University of the Virgin Islands Sports and Fitness Center on St. Thomas.
Stars and Stripes reporter wins journalism award for Vanessa Guillen coverage
Stars and Stripes regional reporter Rose L. Thayer won a Society of Professional Journalists DC chapter Dateline Award for her work on the disappearance and death of Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen.
Two soldiers accused of smuggling migrants from Mexico
Ralph Gregory Saint-Joie, 18, and guardsman Emmanuel Oppongagyare, 20, made initial appearances before a federal magistrate Tuesday in Laredo. Both were held in custody under $75,000 bonds pending detention hearings next Tuesday.
Senator demands Army accountability after report finds nearly 2,000 missing military weapons
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., on Tuesday called on Army leaders to investigate a “blood curdling” news report that found nearly 2,000 military firearms went missing during the 2010s and demanded greater accountability for lost or stolen weapons.
US Army to work on disinterring Native American remains this week from Carlisle Barracks
The Army will conduct the fourth project to disinter the remains of Native Americans who died after being sent to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School and were buried at the Carlisle Barracks.
Troy Middleton's descendants file lawsuit against LSU, want military collection returned
Descendants of late LSU leader and Lt. Gen. Troy H. Middleton filed a lawsuit seeking return of his collection, which is being displayed at the LSU Military Museum. They also asked for money for being embarrassed by the university's disavowal of Middleton as a racist.
Remains of Iowa native killed in Korean War returned home
Over 70 years after 20-year-old Army Cpl. Eldert J. Beek was killed, nieces and nephews watched as Beek's remains arrived at an Iowa cemetery to be buried alongside his parents.
Army-funded research helps develop digital fibers that could be sewn into uniforms to help monitor troops’ health
Sewing programmable fiber into clothing worn by soldiers could give Army commanders a better sense of the effects the environment on their troops.
A guide to the US military guns most often lost or stolen
Here's a list of the military guns that most often went missing during the 2010s.
For years US Army hid, downplayed extent of firearms loss
Government records covering the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force show pistols, machine guns, shotguns and automatic assault rifles have vanished from armories, supply warehouses, warships and elsewhere.