Odierno: Army Not Training for Syria
As suspected chemical weapon use in Syria threatens to drag the U.S. into another conflict in the Middle East, the Army's chi...
Army: It's Good News That Sexual Assault Reports Are Up
Reports of sexual assaults in U.S. Army Europe jumped 131 percent in fiscal 2013. Some see it as a sign of progress.
Fond Memories and Some Tears as US Army Leaves Bamberg
U.S. Army leaves Bamberg, Germany, evoking strong emotions and some fond memories.
New Policy Could Ban Gambling in Uniform
A policy change would prevent U.S. soldiers in Kaiserslautern from gambling in uniform, even on U.S. bases.
US Sending 650 Troops to Commemorate D-Day
The U.S. is sending roughly 650 troops from across the U.S. and Europe to take part in more than two dozen events commemorati...
GI Dies in Jordan of Gunshot Wound
A 19-year-old American infantryman deployed to Jordan died in an Amman hospital Saturday of a gunshot wound.
Overseas Service Costing Some Vets Their LQA
Like hundreds of Defense Department employees overseas, Stephen Fitzgerald is about to lose his housing allowance.
Hertling Leaves USAREUR Without Fanfare, Retires
Lt. Gen. Mark P. Hertling, the now-former commander of U.S. Army Europe, quietly departed Germany last week and retired days...
Army Reserve Boosting Regional Forces
The Army Reserve is poised to add hundreds of positions overseas as it rebalances.
Europe Pulls All Stops for WWII Anniversaries
Commemorations across the Continent are pulling out all the stops this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the last year of...
Ansbach Troops Could See COLA Fall to Zero in Coming Days
Military personnel stationed in Ansbach could see their cost-of-living allowances reduced to zero over the coming weeks.
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A blow-up Santa Claus on an Army base is deflating holiday cheer for promoting Christianity, an activist group complains.
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Defense Bill Would End Gender Segregation at Marine Corps Boot Camp
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The drugs seized are valued at $165 million.
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The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Fort Myers Beach safely pulled the dog on board their vessel.
Coast Guard, Navy Boats Collide in Alaska; 9 Injured
Both vessels were damaged. The incident is under investigation.