The Army has reversed its widely covered decision to discharge a citizenship-seeking immigrant soldier, in what his lawyer called an acknowledgment that the move was “improper.”
Michael D. Healy, an Army major general and highly decorated counterinsurgency expert who retired as the top-ranking Green Beret and a legend in the Special Forces, died April 14 at a hospital in Jacksonville, Fla. He was 91.
The Army is buying hundreds of ground robots that could bolster the way soldiers respond to nuclear, biological and chemical threats.
President Trump presented the Medal of Honor on Monday to Capt. Gary Michael Rose, a Vietnam War medic who repeatedly risked his life and exposed himself to enemy fire to ensure the safe return of dozens of fellow soldiers during a bloody four-day mission in Laos.
The fate of Bowe Bergdahl – the Army sergeant who pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades by leaving his post in 2009 in Afghanistan – now rests in the hands of a judge.
Making the transition to civilian life and work comes with several factors worthy of consideration: to what extent does military service matter to a prospective employer? Is there a culture of veteran hiring?
An appeals court has cleared the way for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s legal case to resume, rejecting prosecutors’ arguments that defense attorneys were given too much leeway on accessing classified documents.
By J. Thompson Having lived for years in Los Angeles where televised high-speed police chases through the Inland Empire…
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
On Feb. 6, Secretary of the Army John McHugh approved the Fort Hood Massacre Victims as eligible to receive the prestigious Purple Heart and all the honors and benefits associated with it.