Record U.S. fatalities there last month highlight the need for more troops, but reserves are few.
Finding a way to a soldier's heart through chipotle chicken. Next challenge: eggs.
The World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) seeks to find and train Olympic-caliber athletes both inside and outside the Army's ranks.
The Air Force should reopen the bidding process, the Government Accountability Office said Wednesday.
Tuesday's deadly US incursion is under investigation, but it points up the contrast between the two nations' approaches to militants along the Afghanistan border.
Having 'been there' themselves, Vietnam veterans are better able to listen to and counsel younger vets troubled by their combat experience.
Secretary Gates is likely to nominate a new civilian chief in days.
As 'surge' brigades leave Iraq, military officials hope the improved security will hold.
As Defense Secretary Robert Gates heads to Singapore, the Pentagon sees a turnaround in the Chinese security forces.
Many veterans worry that Americans have become more interested in other issues – the economy, the presidential campaign, and pop culture – than the long wars in which thousands of US troops have fought and sacrificed.
It caters exclusively to veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Instead of barbecues and parades, these vets go skydiving.
Top US commander in Iraq said Thursday he is likely to recommend further drawdowns before leaving his post in the fall.
A Justice Department audit concludes that overall, the FBI didn't engage in harsh treatment.
Britain and the Netherlands agree to longer tours, delaying a bigger US role in the mission.
Opposition in Africa means the new command's headquarters will more likely be in US or Europe.
The US is increasingly out of sync with Pakistan's newly-elected government, say analysts.
The 'jeep of the future' is expected to be safer for troops and more fuel efficient.
The services aren't delivering enough unmanned planes to war zones, the Defense secretary charges.
The move brings greater focus to the conflict in Afghanistan. Lt. Gen. Odierno is set to succeed Petraeus in Iraq.
Critics say the Bush administration is relying too heavily on the military.