A former U.S. soldier who was pardoned by Donald Trump after being convicted on two counts of second-degree murder offered loving praise for the president and railed against his critics.
An Army study shows that MREs reduce the number of frequent bowel movements.
Before you consider chopping off ears, fingers, toes, hands, feet and thighs, the request was short-lived on a tight deadline.
"You can get out [of the Army] after four years, 100 percent paid for state college anywhere in the United States," Maj. Gen. Muth said.
Under obsolete regulation dating back to the 1980s, military personnel living with the virus are considered undeployable.
For once the U.S. doesn't top this list—and China doesn't even make the top 50.
This is a weird pro sports feud.
A U.S. Army intel officer returns to Vietnam, chasing the enemy spymaster who beat him, hoping to learn more about why America lost the war.
President Donald Trump also has reportedly weighed sending up to 1,000 U.S. troops to Kuwait.
Saber Strike 16 will be one of the final tests before a NATO summit in July.
A UK vote to leave the EU will have a knock on effect on NATO.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
"Yes, you can fire at a paratrooper."
When does 'No boots on the ground' mean 'No boots on the ground'? Certainly not now.
Every single item in your unit's armory is accounted for by serial number and hand signature.
The unidentified soldier went missing on Friday after jumping out of a plane during a training exercise.
The cuts would reduce the active-duty Army from about 490,000 soldiers to about 450,000.
The soldiers who searched for him still don't know why they risked their lives.
Pyongyang has strongly objected to the annual Key Resolve defensive drills, firing rockets into the sea.
Britain cut defence spending by 8% in past four years as US urges UK to meet NATO target
About 320 U.S. Marines are training members of the Iraqi 7th Division at a base that takes mortar fire.