Throwback Tiger Stripe Uniforms Could Get More Use Among Green Berets
A tiger stripe uniform like the one John Wayne wore in the 1968 film "The Green Berets" is making something of a comeback.
Heat Illness Incidents Rising Sharply During Military Training: Pentagon
Statistics show a 60% increase of heatstroke or heat exhaustion cases between 2008 and 2018.
Fort Campbell Soldier Rappelling in Alabama Falls to His Death
News outlets report that authorities said Phillip Whitehead was from Florida and served in the Army.
Cases of Heat-Related Illnesses on the Rise, Especially Among Marines
Annual incidence rates of heat stroke diagnoses increased from 0.26 cases per 1,000 in 2014 to 0.45 cases per 1,000 in 2018.
Army Identifies Soldier Who Died in Iraq
Spc. Ryan Riley, 22, died in Ninawa province, Iraq.
Ex-Husband Pleads Guilty in Female Soldier's Slaying
A Fort Campbell soldier has admitted to having his ex-wife killed and to helping hide her body.
Aircraft Crashes During Training at Fort Campbell, Injures Two
An aircraft from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, crashed in a training accident, injuring two people, according to a base release.
Husband of Slain 101st Soldier Charged with Premeditated Murder
A grand jury has indicted Victor Silvers on seven criminal counts relating to the alleged "premeditated murder" of his wife.
Marines Want Robot Vehicles to Carry Infantry Packs into Battle
The Marine Corps has put out a request to learn whether defense firms can build an unmanned robotic vehicle.