Minnesota National Guard commander details mission to evacuate Afghan refugees
The military machine cranked into motion. The 425 Minnesota soldiers leaving Kuwait for Afghanistan were to provide security to ensure the safe evacuation of tens of thousands. They packed — gear, ammunition, food — then went to the nearby U.S. air base and waited for planes to ferry them into the chaos. They slept on a gravel parking lot.
Chenal's big game helps Wisconsin outlast Army 20-14
Army played a second straight game without usual starting quarterback Christian Anderson, who is dealing with a shoulder injury.
‘Justice for J6’ rally cost agencies that assisted Capitol Police an estimated $790,000
Local governments and the National Guard spent at least $792,500 to assist U.S. Capitol Police in its response to the Sept. 18 "Justice for J6" rally, a small right-wing rally supporting those arrested during the insurrection that prompted a massive law enforcement response and the reinstallation of the temporary Capitol perimeter fencing.
‘Had this project not been done, the airfield would have been unusable’: Pope Army Airfield reopens after repairs
Army officials told the Senate Armed Services Committee last year that $25 million was approved in fiscal year 2020 for airfield lighting repair, and another $65 million was planned for repairs to the runway and taxiways in fiscal year 2021.
A look inside Camp Atterbury, the Army base housing thousands of Afghan evacuees
The Indiana site is one of eight across the country hosting evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome, a Homeland Security effort offering refuge to Afghans in the aftermath of the Taliban takeover. More than 70,000 people have settled at the sites across the country, and the majority of the evacuees worked alongside the United States during the 20-year war in Afghanistan.
Man appeals conviction for murder of ROTC student killed days after commissioning
Lt. Richard Collins III was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army shortly before his death. He was days from graduating from Bowie State University, a historically Black college, and was celebrating with a friend at bars on the night of his killing.
For the first time in a century, visitors may walk along the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza 
For the first time in a century, visitors may walk along the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza, an honor typically reserved for soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Regiment, Arlington National Cemetery announced Thursday. 
Army National Guard staff sergeant helps fellow soldier with sick child through ‘Clays for Nathan’ fundraiser
Staff Sgt. Zach Cowher, 31, of New Castle, Pa., has been in the Army National Guard for almost four years now. He first met Sgt. Jeremy Pelletier, 39, of Cleveland, about two years ago before he was assigned to Cowher's artillery section. The two have been through quite a bit together since, including being dispatched to Philadelphia in June 2020 during the first wave of protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Contamination found in 8 wells near Yakima Training Center, US Army says
The U.S. Army tested 22 drinking water wells in the area for perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), which are part of a larger group of chemical compounds known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, according to a news release.
Fort Bragg soldier charged in Capitol attack enlisted months after FBI interviews
Spec. James Phillip Mault was taken into custody at Fort Bragg in North Carolina last week. charges include assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers using a dangerous weapon or inflicting bodily injury, disorderly conduct in a Capitol building and civil disorder, according to court documents.