Prosecutors, Defense Lawyers Going to Afghanistan for Case of Green Beret Accused of Murder
A military judge heard motions Monday in the case against Maj. Mathew Golsteyn. The trial is set for Dec. 2.
$100 Million Housing Construction, Renovation Planned for Fort Bragg
Col. Phillip Sounia said more than 200 homes on post will be demolished.
Fort Bragg Paratroopers Killed in Afghanistan Remembered as Selfless, Courageous
Spc. Michael Nance, 24, of Chicago, and Pfc. Brandon Kreischer, 20, of Stryker, Ohio, were killed by small-arms fire.
Report: Death of Mexican Paratrooper at Fort Bragg Was Accidental
The report said Godinez-Valenzuela likely died of multiple blunt force injuries after falling from a high elevation.
Black Hawk Pilot Receives Army's Second Highest Award for Valor
Christopher C. Palumbo received the Distinguished Service Cross Award for his actions in Afghanistan on April 11, 2005.
Fort Bragg Paratroopers Treated for Heat Exhaustion
Eleven paratroopers were taken to a hospital and seven others treated for heat exhaustion.
Arraignment Scheduled for Soldier Accused of Killing Unarmed Afghan National
Maj. Mathew Golsteyn is expected to be formally advised of the charges against him Thursday.
National Guard Tanks Take the Train from Bragg to Irwin
North Carolina National Guard soldiers loaded about 250 tanks onto railroad cars at Fort Bragg.
'I Can Still Picture it:' Pilots Recall Role in Green Ramp Disaster
For the first time the C-130 pilots speak publicly about what happened on March 23, 1994 at Pope Air Force Base.
Army Officials to Review Hockey Team's Use of Golden Knights
A National Hockey League expansion team that plans to call itself the Golden Knights has caught the attention of Army officia...
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One firefight went on for nearly 10 hours.
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Army Providing Security for Vindman During Probe
An official says the Army and local law enforcement are providing security as he testifies during the impeachment hearing.
Butterfly on a Bomb Range: Endangered Species Act at Work on Fort Bragg
As a 400-pound explosive resounds in the distance, a tiny St. Francis Satyr butterfly flits among the splotchy leaves.
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US Navy Carrier Transits Strait of Hormuz After Deployment
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He Was the Sole JTAC Supporting a Green Beret Team. Then Machine-Gun Fire Rained Down
Air Force Tech Sgt. Cody Smith doesn't believe he is "remarkable" or "special" in any way.
National Guard General Won’t Oust Whistleblower Until Probe Ends
Master Sgt. Jay Ellis triggered two federal investigations into sexual assault in his unit.
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Marine Corps News
Marine Veteran Imprisoned in Iran Sues US for Withholding Victim Funds
Amir Hekmati was imprisoned and abused by Iranian authorities for years over accusations he was a spy.
Ruling Threatens Smuggling Cases Against Camp Pendleton Marines
Marine Corps prosecutors were scrambling Tuesday to save numerous cases tied to a human smuggling investigation.
On Eve of Funeral, Marine's Widow Remains in Limbo
As a last-ditch measure, a law firm now plans to send a cease-and-desist letter on her behalf to the funeral home.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guardsman Charged with Murder Released from Brig amid Change in Charges
Seaman Ethan W. Tucker was arrested August 28 after a Coast Guard investigation into the death of Seaman Ethan Kelch.
Coast Guard Moves Alabama Training After Swimmers Fall Ill
News outlets report training has been moved from Mobile Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.
Coast Guard Seizes Shocking $69 Million Worth of Cocaine from Drug-Running Sub
Video shows the crew of the Cutter Harriet Lane removing 5,000 pounds of cocaine from the semi-submersible vessel.