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Traveling with Milley: A Reporter Recalls How America’s Top Soldier Was Most at Home with His Troops
STE MERE EGLISE, France — The soldier had target fixation. He had three beers in hand, a full day of leave and a group of young women waiting. But a
As the military services compete for an ever-shrinking pool of eligible recruits, some are faring better than others. The Army and Marine Corps are set to fall on opposite sides
JOINT BASE MYER-HENDERSON HALL, Va. — Army Gen. Mark Milley delivered a full-throated defense of democracy and not-so-subtle swipes at former President Donald Trump during a packed ceremony on Friday
Gen. Mark Milley Says He Has Taken ‘Measures’ to Protect Family After Trump Suggests He Should be Executed
Gen. Mark Milley, the outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he will take “appropriate measures” to protect himself and his family after former President Donald Trump accused
SAN ANTONIO — The American soldier who sprinted into North Korea across the heavily fortified border between the Koreas more than two months ago arrived back in the U.S. early
SEOUL, South Korea — The American soldier who crossed into North Korea two months ago is in American custody, two U.S. officials said Wednesday. One official said that Pvt. Travis
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‘Where Is the Accountability’: Deplorable Condition of Military Barracks Sparks Outrage, Calls for Change on Capitol Hill
Lawmakers vented their frustration Wednesday after a government watchdog report detailed squalid living conditions in military barracks that included overflowing sewage, rampant mold, bed bug infestations and squatters. In the
OSLO, Norway — On a frigid U.S. air base in Germany, the top U.S. military officer was in his element. Striding along the training area in his fatigues, Army Gen.
Catcalling, Racist Comments, Burnout: Alaska Troops Eyed as Prestigious Arctic Force Face Problems in First Year of Service
The Army redesignated its Alaska force as the 11th Airborne Division in the summer of 2022, with top brass hoping the rebranding would be part of a shift toward a