The Nevada Army Guard said that Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin Hopper is the first guard soldier to receive a religious accommodation approval for a beard.
William Garcia, a 22-year-old corporal who served with Sanchez in Afghanistan, has been charged with manslaughter and is due to attend a hearing in December.
D.O., real name Doh Kyung-soo, has decided to voluntarily enlist for Korean military service, starting July 1.
"Congress must summon the courage to correct this antiquated law called the Feres doctrine that has harmed our troops," attorney Natalie Khawam, who represents a dying U.S. Army Special Forces soldier, told Newsweek.
The man, who fell at least 60 feet, was on a field training exercise and had climbed a cliffside barrier to get a better view.
A new bill in Congress could finally allow U.S. service members to sue the military in cases of medical malpractice.
"I want him to be remembered as the best father that anyone could ask for, and also at the same time being the best soldier that anyone could ask for," said the son of a soldier set to receive the Medal of Honor. "He was my icon."
"To me, it was the same thing as if they had asked someone to take their top off."
Army Spc. Torian Davis, 22, was booked on Wednesday for murder and aggravated assault charges.
The Pentagon on Wednesday identified the U.S. service members killed in central Afghanistan this week by a roadside bomb in what is the deadliest day for American forces so far this year.
The suspect told police he found his fellow serviceman in the closet of his wife's bedroom.
The 25-year-old said that many North Koreans are "indifferent" to Kin Jong Un's leadership and feel no loyalty to him.
The soldier allegedly used fake social media accounts to lure in victims and blackmailed them to have sex with their nude photos.
Spc. Drew Watters, 23, of Evansville, Indiana, was killed on Sunday while participating in what was described as "a training accident" at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord located near Tacoma, Washington.
The eighth U.S. service member killed in Afghanistan this year was a city mayor and father of seven children.
The soldier's mistress allegedly knew he had killed his wife and appeared to be helping him dispose of the body.
Pentagon officials identified the U.S. service member killed in Afghanistan on Friday amid a top general indicating significant Afghan losses during a "difficult and bloody summer."
U.S. Army soldier Andrew Schmidt, 40, pleaded guilty to creating and transmitting graphic images of his daughter.
William McCormick, 28, and Zachary Tennyson, 19, were hunting in the area around Carter Lake.
Command Sergeant Major Timothy A. Bolyard was the highest-ranking enlisted soldier of a unit that forms the U.S. Army's newest adviser brigade deployed to Afghanistan as a part of the Trump administration's strategy.
A member of the Afghan National Police reportedly shot dead a U.S. soldier in a "green-on-blue" attack.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise visit to Afghanistan following a U.S. soldier's death on Saturday.
A picture of Brooks Lindsey went viral, with other military families sharing their own stories of sacrifice.
The "heathen" was granted permission for the facial hair under new Army regulations.
A mother was unwrapping a giant mirror when she spotted someone in uniform, standing behind her.
He planned to ask a priest to smuggle a saw blade into the facility.
Families and troops are dissatisfied with increasing reliance on lengthy rotational deployments.
Monuments came down in Baltimore on Wednesday and Durham, North Carolina, on Monday.