Fatal coverup of defective Army helicopter parts alleged in lawsuit

The families of two U.S. soldiers who were in a fatal helicopter crash in Afghanistan filed the lawsuit.

U.S. general: Iranian-backed assault on Tikrit was no surprise

'I saw this coming many days leading up to this,' said Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, chief of U.S. Central Command.

‘There’s code-word stuff in there’: Case against David Petraeus laid out in court documents

Key excerpts of a revealing 15-page document filed by prosecutors against Gen. David Petraeus on Tuesday.

The Afghan military is shrinking as the Pentagon withdraws its troops

The amount of troops in the Afghan army shrunk from 184,839 to 169,203 between fall 2013 and fall 2014, the smallest number since August 2011.

GULP: In video, Afghan shoots soda cans off fellow soldier’s shoulders

The Afghan marksman appears to have an American-made M4 carbine, a short-barreled rifle, that is equipped with a modern rifle optic.

Air Force to move A-10 jets into backup status despite congressional opposition

The move amounts to a 'back-door' retiring of some of the planes, eight U.S. senators said.

Pentagon’s $55 billion mystery plane is secret, but debate on cost is appearing

Highly classified, the program is one of the Air Force's top priorities -- and its most expensive.

Afghanistan’s new leader will attend talks at Camp David next month

At the core of discussions during Ashraf Ghani’s visit will be the future U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.

Effort to get Chris Kyle the Medal of Honor under fire by veterans

Some veterans have said new legislation takes things too far to honor the former Navy SEAL, murdered in 2013.

‘The November War’ relives Fallujah with one squad of Marines

The documentary was recently released in its entirety on YouTube.

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