A Fort Hood soldier is accused of paying a woman to have sex with him, the latest in a string of sexual misconduct cases that have beset the U.S. armed forces.
The former commander of the USS Sterett says his orders were to prevent a band of Somali pirates from taking four American hostages with them from their yacht to shore. He says his crew, though, wasn’t authorized to use lethal force.
The Air Force is putting a female two-star general in charge of a reorganized sexual assault prevention office.
Sen. Claire McCaskill says she’s going to continue to block the nomination of Air Force Lt. Gen. Susan Helms
Georgia’s Defense Ministry says at least six Georgian soldiers have been killed in an attack by insurgents in Afghanistan.
The family of an American prisoner of war captured four years ago in Afghanistan says it has received a letter it believes was written by him.
The names of 10 soldiers killed in combat in the past year will be added next week to a memorial walk outside the 1st Infantry Division headquarters building at Fort Riley.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the American soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan civilians during nighttime raids on two villages last year, is expected to plead guilty
Jordanian officials said Wednesday that the U.S. will deploy anti-missile batteries and F-16 jet fighters in the kingdom to bolster its defense capabilities in the face of a Syrian attack.
At the heart of the debate in Congress over combatting sexual assault in the military is the question of how criminal complaints are governed by the military justice system.