‘Braxton Bragg’s name will be removed’: How the community can provide input on renaming Fort Bragg
Col. Scott Pence, Fort Bragg’s garrison commander, spent the week communicating with residents about how the process to rename the country’s most populated military installation came about and what’s next.
Connecticut National Guard troops heading to Poland to support Operation Atlantic Resolve
Atlantic Resolve has rotated U.S. troops across more than a dozen countries in Europe since 2014 in efforts to increase readiness and coordination with NATO and European allies, according to the military.
2 NY natives take part in reenlistment in skies over Africa as US mission in Djibouti marks 20 years since 9/11
Two soldiers from upstate New York participated in a reenlistment ceremony aboard a KC-130J Super Hercules flying over a ground ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of 9/11 attacks Saturday at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti.
'Don't focus on hate': World marks 20th anniversary of 9/11
The 9/11 anniversary commemoration at ground zero began Saturday with a tolling bell and a moment of silence, exactly 20 years after the start of the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.
Biden marks 9/11 anniversary with tribute, call for unity
For President Joe Biden, like his predecessors, the 9/11 anniversary can also present an opportunity to try to reclaim the sense of national unity that followed the attacks, a spirt long since faded amid the country’s divisive politics.
US gives first public look inside base housing Afghans
The Biden administration on Friday provided the first public look inside a U.S. military base where Afghans airlifted out of Afghanistan are being screened, amid questions about how the government is caring for the refugees and vetting them.
20-year-old paratrooper stationed in Vicenza found dead
Spc. Ryan James, 20, of Baytown, Texas, was found unresponsive Tuesday. James was serving with Battle Company, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, based in Vicenza, Italy.
Army-funded researchers built ‘shrimp-scale' robot to mimic the animal kingdom’s heaviest-hitter
The small, well-armored mantis shrimp can fire off a shell-cracking jab faster than a speeding bullet, and researchers have now managed to mimic that feat with a tiny robot.
Green Berets in Guinea escorted by security team after president’s overthrow
A video circulating shows three U.S. soldiers in a car that is surrounded by people jumping up and down as it’s making its way to the U.S. Embassy in the Guinean capital of Conakry. Armed Guinean troops are seen providing security.
Artillery headquarters battalion is making its way to South Korea from Washington state
The Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division Artillery is moving permanently to Camp Humphreys.