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.
Bush announced Thursday that Army tours will be cut to 12 months.
Between 2004 and 2006, returning volunteers filed 16,000 complaints against employers.
Democrats hope this week's hearings can shift the war's course. GOP wants Clinton, Obama to acknowledge its gains.
Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker will describe Iraq's fragile state this week on Capitol Hill.
Navy SEAL Michael Monsoor will posthumously receive the award, only the third time it has been bestowed during the Iraq war.
Troop levels could settle at 'presurge' levels of 140,000.
Travis Pinn and Vincent Emanuele served side by side in Anbar Province. Now civilians again, one just wants the quiet life; the other aspires to help end the war.
The Iraq war has cost taxpayers about $526 billion so far – and could reach $2 trillion by 2017, according to one congressional study.
But America may need to understand how the world has changed during the war and what different kind of leadership is now required.
As the fight in Iraq drives fundamental changes to the military, it is also forcing a debate on how far those changes should go.