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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - United States Army
With the annual media coverage of "Black Friday," it's easy to overlook an important fact: There's a lot of giving going on year-round that isn't gift-wrapped — giving that makes a significant difference in the lives of millions.
An Afghan company with ties to the Taliban gained access to a detention facility located on a NATO airbase because of poor U.S. government communication and inaction by the U.S. Army, according to the U.S. special inspector general in Afghanistan.
An Afghan company with ties to the Taliban gained access to a detention facility located on a NATO air base because of poor U.S. government communication and inaction by the U.S. Army, according to the U.S. special inspector general in Afghanistan.
They loom over him, brandishing their weapons, their gaze steady. The sculptor can feel the presence of the heroes he honors in clay and bronze, U.S. Navy SEALs all. And all of them gone.
UCLA transfer has 25 points but only four rebounds as Hoyas drop opener to No. 19 Ducks at U.S. army base in South Korea.
Delta Flight 2255 passengers heading from Atlanta to Los Angeles on Thursday were surprised and honored to learn they were sharing a flight with a fallen hero, a U.S. Army soldier whose body was being transported back home to his family.
Don't donate to the tea party or to evangelical Christian groups — that was the message soldiers at a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood said they received from a counter-intelligence agent who headed up the meeting. If you do, you could face punishment — that was the other half of the message, as reported by Fox News.
Law enforcement agents are investigating a threat made on social media against Sen. Ted Cruz, appearing to rally a crowd to "take down" the Texas politico at his home, and then listing his home address.
Don James arrived in Seattle in the mid-1970s as an unknown. He built a Hall of Fame coaching career, turning the University of Washington into a powerhouse program that won a share of a national championship.
James was 176-78-3 at Kent State and Washington, going 153-58-2 in 18 seasons with the Huskies from 1975-92. His 1991 team topped the coaches' poll, while Miami was the national champion in The Associated Press' media poll.
Just like GM, the U.S. government has decided to give millions to another part of the auto industry — only this time it's in Afghanistan.
EXCLUSIVE: The U.S. Army wants to press ahead with an ambitious program to bring the capabilities of the smartphone and the tablet computer to soldiers on the move in battle, despite problems identified in testing, according to briefing slides for a high level Pentagon panel.
Putting the needs of others first is the message that Dominic Amaral, an Army veteran and student at George Washington University, takes away from the events of 9/11.
Texas Rangers third base coach Gary Pettis still has vivid memories of that day 12 years ago, when two hijacked jets were flown into the World Trade Center towers.
Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan has been dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Army and will be referred to simply as "inmate Nidal Hasan" from here on, military officials told a local NBC affiliate.