On Jan. 19, it was announced that the Biden administration would release $14 billion to the Army Corps of Engineers to fund 500 projects aimed at helping with supply chain problems and tackling climate change.
General Michael Lehnert, who built the first detention facility in the war on terror at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, two decades ago, has regretted it ever since.
The White House announced new humanitarian aid to Afghanistan totaling $308 million to help as the country edges closer to a crisis since the Taliban took over nearly five months ago.
As a result of the annual defense policy bill signed into law on Dec. 27, five soldiers could receive the Medal of Honor.
Amidst the omicron variant surge felt throughout the nation, the U.S. Army North announced that it would be dispatching four more military medical teams to civilian hospitals in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan to help civilian healthcare providers.
Amid the violent insurrection in Washington D.C., Lloyd Austin became the first defense secretary to sign a memo directing commanding officers across the armed forces to implement a one-day stand-down.
As thousands of military families and personnel were forced to spend the holidays without clean drinking water at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, the Navy is still trying to restore clean drinking water to the base.
When he opened a secret Santa gift he received, an anonymous non-commissioned officer who frequents Reddit's Army forum was quite surprised.
President Joe Biden presented the nation's highest military honor, the Medal of Honor, to three soldiers on Dec. 16 at the White House.
The House and Senate passed a bill on Dec. 14 that created a Global War on Terror Memorial in order to honor all those who served in our country’s longest war. Symbolically, the war is bookended by 9/11 and the fall of Kabul, Afghanistan, in August.
While many veterans served our country honorably, they suffer from decayed, painful teeth and lack access to dental insurance and care.
A $23 billion deal to purchase F-35 aircraft, drones, and other military equipment has been suspended between the United States and the United Arab Emirates.