Months after his death, a new report quoting eyewitnesses reveals how the 60-year-old died as a “hero.”
“That day at the academy, as I stood outside the barbershop, I felt like I was betraying my upbringing. I didn’t want to look into the mirror for months.”
The price of an M-4 assault rifle has fallen by about $900 in a month in Afghanistan, as the Taliban captured American-made weapons from the Afghan National Army.
The Army’s XVIII Airborne Corps tweeted a picture of unit patches photoshopped onto the heads of the villains from ‘The Boys.’
Researchers have built the first facial recognition database for thermal night vision images. But the technology itself is already prone to misuse.
A Muslim prayer app with over 98 million downloads is one of the apps connected to a wide-ranging supply chain that sends ordinary people's personal data to brokers, contractors, and the military.
US Army Says North Korea May Have Up to 60 Nukes and 5,000 Tons of Chemical Weapons in Its Stockpile
North Korea may have the world’s third-largest chemical weapons stockpile, according to a U.S. Army report.
The Army's esports team, facing a potential First Amendment lawsuit, has unbanned commenters and returned to Twitch.
The amendment would stop the Pentagon from spending money on recruitment using streaming video game platforms.
Two civil rights lawyers say that the U.S. Army may have violated the constitution when it banned Twitch viewers for asking questions about American war crimes.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's amendment ties military funding to renaming the bases, and Trump made his position very clear.