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U.S. will not return to Afghanistan ‘under any conceivable circumstances,’ Centcom commander said.

Of the roughly 380 individuals federally charged in connection with the riot, at least 44 — mostly veterans — had military links, according to data compiled by The Washington Post.

‘Now it is time to bring our forces home,’ Secretary of State Antony Blinken said at NATO headquarters in Brussels.

As reports of sexual assaults continue to climb, support grows for removing prosecution decisions from the chain of command.

The Biden administration is considering an export ban on a Chinese company involved in the development of hypersonic missiles.

‘Any extremist behavior in the force can have an outsized impact,’ said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

He was the oldest living recipient of the honor, and one of the last from World War II.

Pentagon leaders are scrambling to compete with China, which has used espionage and authoritarianism to fuel its military juggernaut.

Transgender people can now enlist in their self-identified gender if they meet military enlistment standards, according to the new policy.

Eight Marines and a Navy sailor died when their amphibious vehicle took on water and sunk.

Biden administration makes possible a shift that couldn’t happen under Trump.

Response to high failure rates among women illustrates the Pentagon’s ongoing struggle to establish consistent standards without sidelining underrepresented troops.

Despite steps to better integrate women, pregnancy can result in career setbacks and blowback from military peers.

The former Special Forces soldier, who served four tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, faces six charges.

Cautious of another PowerPoint brief, a recent Army podcast harnessed the testimony of soldiers once skeptical of the vaccine.

The Fox host took aim at steps including development of a pregnancy flight suit.

At least three Army units have official nicknames that honor their Confederate roots, officials said, including a Virginia National Guard unit named after Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.

The breakthrough in negotiations comes as the Biden administration seeks to show that the United States is committed to its allies and military defense agreements.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken warns the Afghan president that a full U.S. departure remains an option and calls for more international involvement in the peace process.

Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, gives his first public comments on the events of Jan. 6.

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