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All warfare is based on deception, Chinese strategist Sun Tzu once said. The battlefield flimflam practiced by the Army’s top-secret 23rd Headquarters Special Troops unit during World War II took
WAYCROSS, Ga. (AP) — Two young citizen-soldiers who became close friends after enlisting in the Army Reserve were remembered at funerals in southeast Georgia on Saturday, nearly three weeks after
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — An Army reservist responsible for Maine’s deadliest mass shooting told state police in New York before his hospitalization last summer that fellow soldiers were worried about
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine state police on Thursday defended their search last fall for a gunman who had just killed 18 people, saying they didn’t rush to search woods surrounding
A federal lawsuit accuses at least five New York National Guardsmen and public contract workers of sexually exploiting asylum seekers. Seven migrants allege numerous incidents of sexual exploitation at a
Three senior Army officers who faced charges related to sexual offenses in separate and unrelated cases all received reprimands through plea deals within the past two months. The officers were
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Service members who experienced the worst types of head injuries — moderate, severe or penetrating traumatic brain injury, or TBI — are at higher risk for developing brain cancer, researchers
The Army has officially started fielding its newest combat helmet, the Next-Generation Integrated Head Protection System, to soldiers in close-combat formations, the service announced Tuesday. According to service officials, the
Funerals began Tuesday for the three U.S. service members who were killed — among scores of others injured — last month following a drone attack in Jordan. But two weeks