The allegations of abuse eventually led the U.S. Senate to approve anti-torture legislation in 2005.
If you served in the Gulf War, Iraq or Afghanistan you want to know about the Registry.
Powell, the first Black American to serve in those roles, died Monday from complications of COVID-19.
The height of Odierno's nearly 40-year military career was serving as Army chief of staff from 2011 to 2015.
Once dubbed “the world’s most dangerous road,” the 7.5-mile stretch from Baghdad’s Green Zone to the airport was a trial by...
CACI, a Virginia-based contractor that supplied interrogators at the infamous prison, is seeking to have the 13-year-old...
Vets who served in SW Asia may be eligible for special healthcare and disability benefits from the VA.
Biden appointed Khzir Khan, the Muslim-American father of a U.S. Army captain who died in Iraq in 2004, to be a commissioner.
Donald Rumsfeld, the two-time defense secretary and one-time presidential candidate, has died.
The White House said in a statement earlier this week that it supports the legislation, which the House is expected to pass...
Police said Ajmal Amani, 41, was holding a knife with a 6-inch blade.
New Zealand froze most port calls by U.S. Navy ships in 1985.
The deadline to be vaccinated is Dec. 15 for active-duty soldiers and June 30 for Reserve and Army National Guard troops.
Since World War II, the U.S. has treated the Marshall Islands, along with Micronesia and Palau, much like territories.
Philippine forces use a grounded warship, the BRP Sierra Madre, as an outpost on the submerged but strategic shoal.