There were no clear warning signs before a soldier went on a rampage last April that left four dead and 16 wounded
Boasting of having killed thousands of militants.
The Pentagon confirms the plan.
Wounded veteran’s therapy dog “Cujo” recovering after running away and being hit by car.
Pentagon officials are reviewing some security protocols in the wake of the breach.
The Pentagon swiftly suspended the sites and said no classified material was breached.
Fort Bliss increased random vehicle searches and checks of proper registration Wednesday.
Program helps divert veterans in trouble away from jail.
Taking America off a permanent war footing is proving harder than President Barack Obama may have suggested.
He went to visit American troops from the Army’s 1st Infantry Division, headquartered at Fort Riley.
The measure now goes to the president for his signature.
Several civic and business leaders in Leavenworth are asking Army officials to spare the community from thousands of potential job cuts.
When a 3-year-old asked Santa to bring her daddy home from Afghanistan for Christmas, he delivered.
Fort Riley troops get a early taste of Christmas
On Dec. 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese navy launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
The USS Arizona is one of the nation’s most hallowed sites.
An ex-Fort Riley soldier will appeal his first-degree murder conviction next week to the Kansas Supreme Court.
How one soldiers hard work and motivation has helped hundreds of soldiers.
New DOD report shows an increase in reported sexual assaults within the military.
Both the Justice Department and the Pentagon have issued the warning because of potential threats from Islamic militants.
Four of nine surviving crew members vow this won’t be their final reunion.
To review their social media accounts to avoid posts that might attract attention from the group calling itself the Islamic State and its su…
Annual tradition also remembers the traditions of the base.
Girlfriend was stationed at Fort Riley.
Discussions would continue with Congress on updating the legal basis for the U.S. intervention.