Army Says Changes Will Help Recruiting In 2019Army officials say it will take time to overcome the recruiting challenges that caused them to miss their enlistment goal this year.
NC Soldier Killed By Explosive Device In AfghanistanThe Pentagon has released the identity of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan.
For Now, Army Suspends Discharges Of Immigrant RecruitsThe U.S. Army has stopped discharging immigrant recruits who enlisted seeking a path to citizenship — at least temporarily.
Family Learns What Happened To Fallen Korean War Soldier 50 Years LaterWillene Ritchie of Pilot Point says she hopes her uncle's, Army Cpl. Andrew Tischler, remains are among those inside the 55 boxes returned from North Korea and now being tested by the U.S. military in Hawaii.
Army Recruit In Texas On Path To Citizenship Faces Uncertain FuturePrivate First Class Alina Kaliuzhna is a medic stationed at Camp Bullis, just northwest of San Antonio, and she's in the country legally, just like everyone in that recruitment program.
U.S. Army Quietly Discharging Immigrant RecruitsSome immigrant  and recruits who enlisted in the military with a promised path to citizenship are being abruptly discharged.
A First For The Army: Scouting Big Cities For New Command HQThe U.S. Army is scouting large cities, including three in Texas, to find a home for a new command headquarters so it will be close to academia and industry, a first for the service.
Soldier Killed In Syria Identified As 36-Year-Old From TexasThe American service member killed this week by a roadside bomb in northern Syria was a 36-year-old Army soldier from Texas, the Defense Department said Saturday.
Officials Tight-Lipped In Attack On California Veterans HomeAuthorities in Northern California have so far been tight-lipped about why a former Army rifleman may have killed three women after a daylong siege at a veterans home in Napa County wine country.
Report: Army Botched Adoptions For Hundreds Of Military DogsNearly two years after a CBS 11 Consumer Justice investigation, the Inspector General's office released a report stating the army botched adoptions for more than 200 military dogs.
NFL Saluting Medal Of Honor Winners At Super Bowl Coin TossThe NFL will salute 15 recipients of the Medal of Honor when they participate in the coin toss before the Super Bowl on Feb. 4.
Army To Send Female Infantry, Armor Officers To 3 More BasesArmy leaders are integrating female officers into brigades at three more military bases around the country, as more women choose to move into frontline combat jobs.
Animal Rights Group Presses Army On Wild Horse Roundups Animal rights advocates want a federal court to make an Army base in western Louisiana stop rounding up hundreds of feral horses on land it owns or uses.
Army Holds Off Navy 14-13Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal in a swirling snow on the final play and Army held off Navy 14-13 Saturday to win its first Commander-in-Chief's Trophy since 1996.
Army Admits: 'We Have Gaps In Reporting Criminal Activity Of People In Service'"It's not just an Air Force problem. This is a problem across all the services where we have gaps in reporting criminal activity of people in service."