The film has been praised for its depiction of American combat troops -- but it does take liberties with reality as it is laid out in Kyle's book.
Army Gen. Mark Milley will determine whether or not to bring charges against a U.S. soldier who went missing in Afghanistan in 2009, Army officials said Monday.
The two bills address different parts of the same problem, but only one passed through Congress this year.
Warner Bros. released the second trailer for the movie "American Sniper," providing an instant reminder of the emotional toll the Iraq War had on many U.S. troops.
Army Lt. Gen. James L. Terry said partner nations in the Middle East have asked him to use 'Daesh' because it doesn't legitimize the militants' ambitions.
A 2009 CIA report released by the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks highlights the difficulties with targeting an insurgent group's leaders.
Master Sgt. Ivan Ruiz was driven to his belly by the sheer volume of fire he faced. But he refused to leave the courtyard, fearing that it would allow insurgents to open fire again on wounded U.S. soldiers.
The clearing operation is an important step in disrupting militants' freedom of movement and ability to conduct resupply operations in northern Iraq, a U.S. defense official said.
A massive shift in U.S.-Cuban relations raises the question how the Pentagon may alter its military operations in the island nation -- or not.
The veteran has been imprisoned since 2011 and accused of being a CIA spy -- something he and the U.S. government denies.