A total of 110 people participated in the course, which was cut short after a single soldier tested positive. Subsequent tests then showed that 82 students and 8 instructors had COVID-19, Army spokeswoman Janice Burton told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy announced Thursday that beginning in August the service will no longer include soldiers' photos when soldiers are being considered for promotion.
The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis withdrew the appointment of an incoming member of the Class of 2024 after an investigation into racist and inappropriate remarks, an academy official said Monday.
The Air Force became the first U.S. military branch to select a woman to serve as the highest-ranking noncommissioned officer in the military on Friday.
The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis has opened an investigation into social media posts allegedly made by a midshipman that suggested police should shoot unarmed protesters and that Breonna Taylor received “justice" when she was shot and killed by police in Kentucky.
Lynn hosted a popular BBC radio show during WWII in which she sent messages to British troops abroad and performed the songs they requested.
The 3rd Cavalry Regiment commander has appointed a team led by a senior investigating officer to conduct a commander's investigation into allegations Pfc. Guillen was sexually harassed. Guillen has been missing since April 22.
$25,000 is being offered for credible information to help find missing Fort Hood soldier Pfc. Vanessa Guillen.
President Donald Trump is highlighting the diversity of West Point’s graduating class and appealing for America’s newest officers to uphold the country’s core values, a speech emphasizing unity at a time when the commander in chief’s relationship with military leaders has become strained and questions have arisen about the role of soldiers in a civil society.
“I should not have been there,” the Joint Chiefs chairman said in remarks to a National Defense University commencement ceremony.
The Guillen family is also asking anyone with information to reach out.
President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that his administration “would not even consider” renaming various military bases like North Carolina's Fort Bragg that honor Confederate officers who led the fight against the Union and directly or implicitly defended slavery.
A former member of the U.S. Naval Academy alumni trustees issued an apology statement Sunday for racially insensitive comments made on social media.
The Senate on Tuesday unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles Brown Jr. as chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force, making him the first black officer to lead one of the nation's military services.
Some members of the Washington, D.C., National Guard deployed to respond to protests in D.C. have tested positive for coronavirus, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, both former Army officers, put out word through their spokesmen that they are “open to a bipartisan discussion” of renaming Army bases such as North Carolina’s Fort Bragg that honor Confederate officers who led the fight against the Union and directly or implicitly defended the institution of slavery.
The announcement marked a reversal of the Army.
One of the oldest members of a Maryland assisted living facility turned 105 years old and was honored with a car parade and special salute from current military.
Irene Triplett, whose father fought on both sides of the American Civil War, has passed away at age 90.
South Carolina is sending hundreds of National Guard troops to the nation's capital at the request of President Donald Trump to help tamp down unrest in the wake of the death of George Floyd.