Federal prosecutors say a U.S. Air Force veteran has been arrested on terrorism charges in a plot to travel to Syria to join the Islamic Sta…
They were described as among the military’s most seasoned helicopter pilots and crew.
When a Black Hawk helicopter crashed into the waters off Florida during a routine training mission in dense fog.
The names of the victims have not been released.
Once the Islamic State group is defeated — what happens next in Iraq? According to the top U.S. military officer, there’s reason for concer…
Crews had found some human remains but still considered it a search-and-rescue mission.
A military appeals court is recognizing the transgender defendant accused of leaking classified information to WikiLeaks as a woman.
Travelers along US 24 between Topeka and Silver Lake may have noticed hundreds of military equipment sitting on the railroad tracks the last…
Troops part of Big Red One’s “Devil” brigade.
Has gained the upper hand, the top general overseeing the coalition said Tuesday.
$22M project on schedule for opening in time for the next school year.
Eddie Ray Routh is accused of killing Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield on Feb. 2, 2013.
Apologized anew for erroneously claiming he served in the military’s special forces.
“American Sniper” author Chris Kyle had no time to react when an ex-Marine opened fire on him at a shooting range two years ago.
Will effectively end such prosecutions in the armed forces.
Welcome home celebration held Thursday night.
In the trial of a former Marine accused of fatally shooting two men including the author of “American Sniper.”
Despite his confession, Eddie Ray Routh has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Here is a look at key points in the case:
The testimony was the latest of the evidence presented to jurors this week that has shed light on Eddie Ray Routh’s mental state.
The former intelligence analyst is serving 35 years for sending classified documents to the WikiLeaks website.
Prosecutors aren’t seeking the death penalty.
Some of those injured were hospitalized.
Handing Ash Carter the unenviable task of steering the military as the United States confronts Islamic State militants.
Signed legislation intended to reduce a military suicide epidemic that is claiming lives by the day.