A Fort Bragg soldier is accused of assaulting a couple just after 3 a.m. Sunday, according to a Southern Pines police report.
3,000 native islanders on Guam are expected to get compensation from the U.S. for their suffering at the hands of Japan.
The plant started operating in September 2016 and has eliminated more than 220,000 munitions.
Ryukyu Middle School principal Lee Ann Mik was assigned to "an alternate work location."
Twenty-two South Korean soldiers and one American service member in South Korea have tested positive for the new coronavirus.
They may someday replace the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft for transport and resupply to the battlefield.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Filipino forces can fight insurgents and Muslim extremists without American help.
Miranda S. Overton, 21, pleaded guilty to making a false statement to Naval Criminal Investigative Service investigators.
The National Guard soldier is close to completing the qualification course to become a Special Forces engineer sergeant.
The Marine Corps just selected Trijicon Inc. to make the new Squad Common Optic the service plans to start fielding in 2021.
Assange is wanted in the U.S. on spying charges over the leaking of classified government documents a decade ago.
Thirteen KC-135s and 10 KC-10s "must be retained" to reduce stress on overtasked aircrews, he said.
A study claiming a French World War I helmet was better at mitigating TBI got it wrong, according to the Army.
The move follows a host of new restrictions placed on foreign troops, including limiting their access to bases.
Committee members expressed their concerns over proposed cuts to the Navy's shipbuilding plans to Esper and Milley.