The monoclonal antibody treatment known as Evusheld was given emergency authorization by the FDA in December.
At least 3,350 soldiers face being discharged from the Army after refusing the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine.
The number is likely to climb as the military branches continue the process of dealing with those who are refusing to get vaccinated against coronavirus.
While the Army recently relieved some active-duty commanders for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, no one has been formally discharged yet.
A military couple is using a recent cross-country move as a way to warn other families to properly monitor their belongings.
The army veteran documented himself attempting to open a tube of biscuit dough in a video viewed over 2 million times. "These damn things are awful," he said.
Efforts to vaccinate the military have been complicated by lawsuits from Republican state governors challenging the federal mandate.
Bonus amounts for recruits in some roles may change every month, based on available spots in the training pipeline and other service needs.
Gregor Gross claims officers broke his neck leaving him paralyzed. "I just pretty much lay in bed all day," he said. "I'm just existing right now, basically."
Doctors extended the deadline for him to receive the treatment on Thursday — one day before he died.
The late Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe was the first Black service member to be presented with the Medal of Honor for military actions since Vietnam.
While thousands have refused vaccination, the vast majority of the Army's more than 478,000 active-duty members have complied.
It is long past time to rebalance national priorities in ways that benefit people and bend toward decency.
The man testified that he "intended to commit mass murder in March and April 2019," prosecutors said during his trial.
"We're going to make sure that every individual who has reservations about taking the vaccine, for whatever reason, is properly counseled about the safety and the efficacy of the vaccines," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
The Army vet allegedly used funds that were intended to purchase a vehicle suited for individuals with disabilities and bought a BMW 645ci luxury sports coupe.
The Pentagon added the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of mandatory shots for service members in August.
An official said that "the individuals involved in this incident demonstrated an unmatched amount of empathy and concern for their fellow soldier in crisis."
The men asked for a temporary restraining order regarding the vaccinations for military members who have already been affected by COVID-19.
Belarus and Russia are planning to hold joint war games that start next week, and are set to involve about 200,000 troops.
The Department of Defense said that no contract working dogs were left behind in cages at Hamid Karzai International Airport.
The soldiers, along with over 170 Afghans, were killed in a suicide bombing outside of Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport Thursday.
The British Army and government have admitted there could be hundreds people left in Afghanistan as the Taliban is set to fully take over.
Army Sergeant Jonathan Pentland, who is white, can be heard on video yelling, "You're in the wrong neighborhood," at 22-year-old Deandre Williams.
On Wednesday, Ian Alan Olson of Nashotah, Wisconsin was arraigned in federal court in Milwaukee for his crimes.
Almost 20 years and multiple administrations later, the goal to pacify Afghanistan and build a democratic and civil society is still not in sight.
Major cities are falling to advancing Taliban fighters with government resistance proving largely ineffective.
The "two-finger" virginity tests on female recruits in the Indonesian army have been branded "degrading, discriminatory, and traumatic."
"We can't do our jobs without these interpreters," former Army Captain and Bronze Star recipient Blake Hall told Newsweek. "They are vital assets to every combat unit that is fighting the Taliban or Al-Qaeda."
Pvt. Marriah Pouncy died after being found unresponsive in her Fort Bliss, Texas barracks room on Monday; her fiancée, Pfc. Asia Graham, was at the center of a sexual assault trial. Her attacker was sentenced to 18 years in prison last week.