Two 1st Armored Division soldiers died over the weekend in vehicle-related accidents outside of Fort Bliss, Texas.
The U.S. Army has identified a 1st Armored Division staff sergeant from Fort Bliss, Texas found dead at his home Thursday.
She was assigned to the 1st Armored Division Combat Aviation Brigade, where she served as a human resource specialist.
The system is designed to track and destroy enemy missiles and other threats launched from up to 40 miles away.
The investigation into the incident remains ongoing.
The policy will renew a sense of urgency for soldiers who disappear, service leaders said.
Thomas Robert Williams, 43, was arrested by the FBI last week.
An El Paso man has been arrested and charged with murder in the death of Capt. Malcolm X. Perry.
Pvt. Richard Halliday, a 21-year-old last seen leaving his barracks room July 23, has been the subject of a search effort.
Officials at Fort Bliss are asking the El Paso community for assistance in an expanded search for Pvt. Richard Halliday.
The deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 attracted a variety of far-right extremists who shared a devotion to Trump.
The Humvee was stolen from a National Guard Armory in a Los Angeles suburb.
The proposal to expand military exchange shopping privileges had been expected to be finalized in late 2020.
Many survivors will see at least $400 more in their Feb. 1 annuity payments.
Typically, about half of each class washes out during the final apprentice course because of its demanding nature.