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FORT DRUM — On a day when thousands of Fort Drum soldiers packed into four dining facilities for a Thanksgiving-themed lunch, the military base welcomed U.S. Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand for a visit. A spread of desserts,
Navy football has honored various branches of the service with the uniforms it wears against archrival Army in “America’s Game.” Naval aviation, surface warfare and the Marine Corps are among
AUGUSTA, Maine — An independent commission investigating the mass shooting that killed 18 people in Maine last month moved Monday to seek subpoena power so it can obtain the military
Attorneys for five soldiers filed new claims against the Army and the Department of Defense this week, alleging they were sexually abused by Army Maj. Michael Stockin, a doctor at
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — Santa Claus’ sleigh took on new responsibilities in rural Alaska this week when delivering gifts to an Alaska Native village. Santa’s ride, an Alaska Army
A family of four was found dead in their on-post home at Fort Stewart, Georgia, Wednesday in what authorities are calling an isolated incident. A soldier, her spouse and their
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Following a report published by Military.com detailing the National Guard’s failure to pay over 9,000 soldiers their signing bonuses, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers has sent a letter to
The U.S. Army has released the names of the five soldiers who died Friday evening when their MH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed into the Mediterranean Sea. The victims of the
More Than 100 Years Later, Army Overturns Convictions of 110 Black Soldiers After 1917 Houston Riots
The Army overturned the convictions of 110 Black soldiers charged with mutiny, assault and murder after the 1917 “Houston Riot” — a deadly fray spurred by racial tension in Jim