The general who oversaw Iraqi training to fight the Islamic State was reprimanded and could be demoted.
The Army general was stripped of a star after an internal probe cited him for misconduct, documents show.
American military veterans’ bid to overthrow Gambia’s strongman was thwarted with the help of the U.S.
The remarks came after recent warnings made by the Chinese navy to U.S. military aircraft over the South China Sea.
A judge later lessened the charge against Elton Simpson to lying to agents. Simpson and his roommate were killed by police Sunday after opening fire on an exhibit that lampooned the prophet Muhammad.
The Post obtained uncensored copies from an individual upset about the Navy’s decision to conceal certain information.
The skies above the U.S. military’s counterterrorism hub in Djibouti have become dangerous, with pilots forced to rely on local air-traffic controllers who fall asleep on the job and commit errors at astronomical rates, documents show.
January drone strikes in Pakistan killed contractor Warren Weinstein and aid worker Giovanni Lo Porto, as well as two Americans who worked with al-Qaeda.
Army criminal investigators and attorneys determined that there was probable cause to show that a U.S. Army captain, Daniel Utley, was guilty of negligent homicide in the accident.
Lt. Cmdr. Todd Dale Malaki, a supply officer based in Asia, said he leaked secrets for cash, travel and sex.