US Soldier Dies, Two Others Injured when Armored Vehicle Overturns During Training in South Korea
Spc. Nicholas C. Panipinto, 20, of Bradenton, Fla., died Wednesday from injuries sustained in the rollover at Camp Humphreys.
So Far, 41 US Troops Have Been ID'd from Remains Returned by North Korea, DPAA Says
North Korea turned over 55 cases of bones and artifacts to the United States in July 2018.
US Military Helicopter Drops Container Unit on Building in South Korea
The container was being carried via sling load by a 2nd Infantry Division helicopter when it fell .
Pressured to Speed Returns, the US Military Says South Korea Can Have 15 Bases Now
U.S. Forces Korea is ready to turn over more than half of the bases now, including parts of Yongsan Garrison in Seoul.
US Military Extends South Korea Curfew Suspension for Three Months
U.S. troops in South Korea received three more months without a curfew after Gen. Robert Abrams extended the suspension.
US Troops May Be Victims of Massive Credit Card Hack in South Korea, Military Says
American troops may have been among the victims of hackers who stole information from more than 1 million credit cards.
US Body Armor Found with Remains of Korean War Dead at DMZ
The search area known as Arrowhead Ridge, or Hill 281, was the site of fierce battles.
Military Exchanges Tune Out TV News Due to 'Divisive Political Nature,' AAFES Says
Soldiers hoping to catch up on the news while eating lunch on Wednesday were out of luck unless they had cell phones at hand.
Soldiers Can Now Wear Masks While in Uniform When Air Is Bad in South Korea
U.S. Forces Korea changed its policy to allow soldiers to wear masks as protection against poor air quality in South Korea.
Army Vet Stranded in South Korea Flies Home after Mix-Up over Military Service
Airport authorities prevented Tong Yi from leaving the country because he faced a decades-old accusation of draft dodging.
US Military Hit by Computer Network Outage in South Korea
The U.S. military was hit recently by a computer network outage in South Korea, but the problem has largely been resolved.
North Korea Reportedly Expands Key Long-Range Missile Base
North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base near the Chinese border, according to reports.
Camp Humphreys Closes Major Access Gate After Incident with Car
The mishap that took place on Saturday afternoon is at least the third car-related incident this year at Army base.
South Korea Unearths Nine Sets of War Dead Remains Inside DMZ
South Korea has unearthed nine sets of remains of war dead during a mine-clearance operation inside the DMZ.
Soldier Dies after Being Found Unconscious in South Korea
Sgt. Marcos John Aguon, 28, was a cannon crew member with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team.
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