The U.S. Army said Sunday it has identified the remains of the last missing U.S. service member unaccounted for in Iraq.
The United States Army is looking at hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, hoping that sometime in the near future they'll play some important military roles, maybe even on the battlefield.
Now that the dust has settled from Signing Day, the winners of the 2012 recruiting cycle have emerged. And the top classes are deeper than just the big names. Here's a look at which teams fared best, on a position-by-position basis, on defense.
On November 8, 1965, 48 American soldiers lost their lives during "Operation Hump" after the 400 men of the 173 Airborne Brigade were ambushed by roughly 1,200 Viet Cong fighters.
A South Korean court sentenced a U.S. soldier to 10 years in prison for raping an 18-year-old South Korean girl in September, court officials said Tuesday.
For the first time in its history, Arlington National Cemetery may soon have an accurate record of all the people buried there. The project involves the creation of a digital database that now is substantially complete, according to officials with the Graveside Accountability Task Force.
The U.S. Army's 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment -- The Old Guard -- has posted watch at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery every second of every day for more than 63 years.
The number of young men and women from the U.S. Army who committed suicide last month was so devastatingly high that it set a dismal new record.
The U.S. Army is reacting to damaging photos being released by a German magazine. CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
The German news outlet Der Spiegel has published photographs of what appear to be two U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan posing over the bodies of dead Afghans -- images which threaten to further complicate the American military effort there.
Critics often accuse video games of making players lazy, inept and socially awkward. Contrary to popular belief, though, many build, not burn brain cells by requiring extensive problem solving, teamwork and dynamic decision-making skills.
The U.S. Army announced Wednesday that the number of suicides rose again last year to almost one a day, despite major efforts to identify and help at-risk soldiers.
The U.S. Army hopes it can do a better job of preventing mental health problems in the ranks with more aggressive screening of troops -- before they ship out to a war zone.
I am a U.S. Army veteran and I was once homeless and struggling with addiction. After I got out of the service, I was introduced to alcohol and drugs. I ended up on the street where I lived in drug houses, and saw shootings and crime of all types.
A year after a lone gunman went on a deadly shooting rampage inside a soldier processing center at Fort Hood, friends, colleagues and family members of the 13 victims gathered Friday at the U.S. Army base in Texas to pay tribute to their loved ones.
CNN's Dan Rivers boards a gunship to see how the U.S. military is testing its readiness amid rising Korean tensions.
A senior U.S. Army general who publicly asked for criticism of the president's effort to repeal the ban on openly gay service members will not be reprimanded, according to the secretary of the Army.
Two U.S. Army pilots died Sunday in a helicopter accident in Iraq, the military said.
Sharrif Floyd, a 6-foot-3 and 310-pound senior at George Washington High in Philadelphia, is one of the top defensive linemen in the nation. Floyd was named the MVP of the TEST Sports Clubs Premier Showcase in June and won the Maxwell Award at Football University in the same month, earning an invite to the prestigious Top Gun camp in July. With dozens of college offers to choose from, Floyd will announce his decision during Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
After a season-ending loss to Callaway in the Georgia state playoffs, junior running back Ralph David Abernathy IV walked off the bus upon arrival at Westminster Academy, ready to meet his parents and get home. Head down and still feeling the sting of the loss, Abernathy was pulled aside by a sophomore teammate who put his arm around him and told him that this was now Abernathy's team.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a psychiatrist who worked in a hospital at Fort Hood, the nation's biggest Army base, is blamed for the deaths of 12 soldiers and one civilian, military officials said.
The U.S Army has granted a member of a religious minority permission to keep his turban, beard and uncut hair while he serves in the military, the Pentagon and a group representing him said.
Sharrif Floyd, a 6-foot-3 and 310-pound senior at George Washington High in Philadelphia, is one of the top defensive linemen in the nation. Floyd was named the MVP of the Premier Showcase in June and won the Maxwell Award at Football University in the same month, earning an invite to the prestigious Top Gun camp in July. With dozens of college offers to choose from, this week he was named as a member of the East team for the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Floyd will regularly check in with SI.com to discuss his season and the recruiting process.
He's already served the time, but lawyers Thursday argued to clear his name as onetime U.S. Army Sgt. Michael Smith appeals a conviction for the torture of detainees once held at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Jeff Gunter stood on his flatbed truck and spoke directly to U.S. Army Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl, captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Monday that he plans to increase the size of the U.S. Army by up to 22,000 troops.
The honors were late but still well-received Wednesday for members of the first all-African-American, all-female unit to serve overseas in World War II.
Members of the first all African-American, all-female unit to serve overseas were honored on Wednesday.
A U.S. Army medic was sentenced Friday to life in prison with the possibility of parole after being convicted of murdering four detainees in Iraq, a U.S. military spokesman in Germany said.
A third soldier who signed on to a 2007 newspaper column criticizing the war in Iraq has died.
The U.S. Army Old Guard's Fife and Drum Corps practice for January's inauguration parade.
Regrowing a fingertip cut off in an accident sounds like something from a futuristic movie. But with innovative technology developed by the U.S. Army, such regrowth is possible today.
At a recent conference, the U.S. Army unveiled an array of cutting-edge technology to help its soldiers.
The Gateway (Monroeville, Pa.) Gators are chomping their way through the Keystone State. With a defense anchored by two Ohio State recruits (Dorian Bell and Corey Brown), no team has come within 28 points of Terry Smith's squad. Both future Buckeyes were also named to the U.S. Army All-American Game last week.
The U.S. Army has charged three soldiers with murder for their role in the killing of Iraqis last year
A U.S. Army program in which soldiers pay cash to Iraqis to help with expenses, large and small, has spent $2.8 billion in five years, The Washington Post reported
America's first female four-star general has been nominated, the Pentagon announced Monday.
"General Ali" has helped make the Lutufiyah area, once one of the most dangerous in the country, one of Iraq's safest. Can his model be replicated elsewhere?
U.S. Army Sgt. Jacque Keeslar lost both legs in Iraq nearly two years ago. To get around, he relies on a wheelchair and a pair of artificial legs, which help him walk in short bursts.
German police in a Bavarian town shot and killed a U.S. soldier overnight after what appeared to be a violent domestic incident, local police said.
Every day, five U.S. soldiers try to kill themselves. Before the Iraq war began, that figure was less than one suicide attempt a day.
New Army numbers indicate suicides by U.S. soldiers may have hit an all-time high last year. CNN's Jamie Mcintyre reports.
Kevin Plank, the former Maryland football walk-on who founded Under Armour, didn't seem concerned on Saturday that the U.S. Army All-American Bowl had a seven-year head start on the fledgling Under Armour All-America game.
In the waning sunlight hour of a chilly winter afternoon, a chorus of Hebrew prayer rises from a small, fluorescent lit room on the outskirts of Baghdad.
Muslim, Christian and Jewish-American troops say religion helps them cope with war. CNN's Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Republican presidential candidates traded plenty of jabs during Wednesday night's CNN/YouTube debate. CNN.com viewers analyzed their answers for substance and truth and pointed out where candidates gave stellar responses or left their audience asking more questions. Below is a collection of their responses, some of which have been edited for length and clarity.
U.S. Army hands over responsibility for security of Karbala province to the Iraqi military in a ceremony.
Many phones can play just about any video you want as long as you're willing to watch it on a 3-inch LCD. But a supplier of wearable displays for the U.S. Army wants to change that.
The Iranian parliament on Saturday voted to designate the United States' Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Army as terrorist organizations, IRNA, the country's state-run news agency, reported.
A new study shows soaring rates of child abuse and neglect in military families after a parent's deployment
Thousands of anti-U.S. protesters marched in the Shiite holy city of Najaf on Monday to mark the fourth anniversary of the fall of Baghdad.
Wall Street struggled Tuesday as stocks fought for gains after surging but ultimately disappointing sales over the Christmas weekend.
About 57,000 U.S. troops will be sent to Iraq in early 2007 to maintain the current force levels there, Pentagon officials said Friday.
In an assessment for a military journal, a U.S. Army officer who advised Iraqi troops concludes the goal of having Iraq control its security "will exceed" the new army's capability "for some time to come."
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The U.S. Army has ordered an investigation into the deaths of an Iraqi family of four at their home in Mahmoudiya, a town south of Baghdad, a U.S. military statement said Friday.
Three members of the 101st Airborne Division have been charged with murder in the May shooting deaths of three Iraqi prisoners, the U.S. military announced Monday.
As Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld made their surprise visits to Baghdad on Wednesday, many of the troops stationed north of Baghdad, in Balad and Dujail, say either they didn't know about it or didn't care.
The Pentagon will investigate the use of a quote from an anonymous Iraqi that was issued almost unaltered in a second news release referring to a separate incident, a spokesman said Tuesday.
The U.S. military expressed regret Monday for issuing news releases about two separate attacks in Iraq that included almost identical quotes attributed to an unidentified Iraqi.
The U.S. military on Sunday said it was looking into how virtually identical quotations ended up in two of its news releases about different insurgent attacks.
For U.S. troops heading to Iraq the drive from Kuwait is dangerous.
Iraqi police said Monday they have arrested the man responsible for a 2003 bombing in southern Iraq that killed a leading Shiite cleric and more than 80 others.
Bombers struck two Iraqi security targets on Thursday, killing five police officers near the Interior Ministry in Baghdad and another person in front of a police headquarters in Baquba, authorities said.
Seven suspected insurgents were being held in connection with a rocket attack on the U.S. Embassy in central Baghdad that killed an American military service member and a civilian, U.S. military officials said.
Six people were killed when a minibus carrying Iraqi civilians collided head-on with a U.S. tank near Muqdadiyah, Iraq, a military spokesman said.
At least five people were killed when a coalition F-16 mistakenly bombed a house south of Mosul, Iraq, the U.S. military said Saturday.
A U.S. Army sergeant was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter but convicted of assault in a case involving two civilians forced to jump off a bridge in Samarra, Iraq, one year ago, the U.S. military said Saturday.
A mortar attack Saturday on an Iraqi voter registration site north of Baghdad killed an Iraqi civilian and wounded eight others, a U.S. Army spokesman said.
Three U.S. Navy SEALs have been charged with maltreating an Iraqi detainee who died after he was turned over to the U.S. Army in Mosul in April 2004, the Navy said Friday.
U.S. Army Sgt. Charles Robert Jenkins -- accused of defecting to North Korea 39 years ago -- is back on active duty Saturday after voluntarily turning himself at a military base in Japan.
Iraqi National Guard soldiers, supported by U.S. forces, killed 13 insurgents Sunday in a battle northeast of Baghdad, according to the U.S. military.
Charles Robert Jenkins was on patrol with the U.S. Army unit near Korea's De-Militarized Zone in 1965 when he vanished after investigating a noise.
The U.S. Army has filed criminal charges against four soldiers who are accused of forcing two Iraqis to jump from a bridge over the Tigris River.
As Iraq's interim government took legal custody of the country's ousted regime Wednesday, a U.S. Army commander said there wasn't enough hate in Iraq to fuel a civil war.
A soldier with the U.S. Army's First Infantry Division died of wounds suffered in combat Friday evening north of Baghdad, according to the Coalition Press Information Center.
The U.S. soldiers who shot down a British warplane during the invasion of Iraq believed an enemy missile was heading for them, separate U.S. and British investigations reported.
City by city, insurgents and coalition forces slugged it out with lethal intensity on Wednesday.
Top U.S. officials in Baghdad Thursday decried the killings of four U.S. security contractors in Fallujah, vowed to hunt down the perpetrators and promised to pacify the restive anti-U.S. hotbed.
A rocket attack in the vicinity of Baghdad's Green Zone has killed two Iraqi civilians and wounded at least five others, U.S. military and hospital sources said.
Six U.S. soldiers have been charged with offenses related to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at an Iraqi prison, the U.S. Army said Saturday.
Criminal charges are being prepared against six U.S. Army soldiers for alleged abuse of Iraqi detainees at Abu Gharib prison in Baghdad, U.S. military officials told CNN.
A leading Shiite on the Iraqi Governing Council voiced concerns Tuesday about Iraq's interim constitution but said he is now focusing on developing a government to carry the country into sovereignty this summer.
A bomb that killed at least 50 people near an Iraqi police station on Tuesday had some "fingerprints" of al Qaeda, a U.S. Army spokesman said.
Two bombings in Iraq on Saturday killed 12 people, including three U.S. soldiers, and wounded at least 45 others, according to the U.S. military and news agency reports.
Two pilots of a crashed U.S. Army helicopter were missing Sunday, after they crashed into the Tigris River near downtown Mosul in northern Iraq, a U.S. military source said.
It's that time of year when many people start trying to get into shape, but it may be more difficult for women than men.
The number of U.S. troops killed in the Iraq war passed 500 on Saturday when three American soldiers died in a roadside bombing north of Baghdad.
Crowds of Iraqis have been protesting the killings of at least five people by police and British troops.
British troops and Iraqi police shot and killed five people when a Saturday morning protest in southern Iraq over jobs turned violent, a British military official in Basra said.
A man on a bicycle packed with explosives blew himself up in front of a mosque during Friday prayers in the eastern Iraqi town of Ba'qubah, killing four people and wounding dozens, U.S.-led coalition officials said.
Insurgent fire downed a U.S. Army helicopter near the Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, killing an American soldier and wounding another, a coalition military spokesman said.
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