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Topic - 4Th Infantry Division
Fort Carson says the commander of one of its brigades has been temporarily relieved of duty during an investigation into allegations of unspecified violations of Army policy.
An internal memo from the U.S. command in Afghanistan says soldiers are voicing strong complaints about the Army's battlefield intelligence network, for which Congress just slashed spending by 60 percent.
About 90 Fort Carson soldiers are set to return home as part of a reduction of troops in Afghanistan.
Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 90 soldiers who have spent the past several months serving in Afghanistan.
President Obama presented Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter with the nation's highest military honor Monday for actions in 2009 in Afghanistan that included providing emergency first aid to a wounded soldier and carrying him off the battlefield while under Taliban fire.
Gen. Raymond Odierno, Army chief of staff, warned Monday against U.S. military involvement in Syria and Egypt before better understanding the crises in the Middle East nations.
TACHUIEN, SOUTH SUDAN | A trench dug across a red dirt road marks part of the shifting border between Sudan and South Sudan, old enemies whose forces have clashed in recent weeks.
A mentally ill U.S. soldier accused of killing an Afghan detainee will plead guilty to premeditated murder in exchange for a substantially reduced prison term, his attorney said Sunday.
Ten loud explosions that rocked Kandahar one day last week actually signaled good news on the front line of the war against the Taliban.
A chaplain killed in Afghanistan this week was the first Army clergyman killed in action since the Vietnam War, the military said Thursday.
While on his second deployment in Iraq with the 4th Infantry Division in April 2008, life as Sgt. Luis Rosa-Valentin knew it changed forever. He was the point man on a dismounted combat raid just outside Baghdad when, during a six-hour firefight, an improvised explosive device burst with such violence, it left Sgt. Rosa-Valentin a triple amputee.