The Taliban remain closely tied with al-Qaida, despite assuring the U.S. they would disavow the terrorist group in exchange for a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, the Defense Department said this week.
Army investigators have identified the body of a soldier who vanished more than two months ago from a base in Texas, according to a lawyer for the soldier's family.
Indian and Chinese military commanders met for a third time in an attempt to ease a monthlong face-off over disputed territory and emphasized the need for a phased deescalation of tensions, a senior Indian army official said Wednesday.
The coronavirus pandemic took a bite from its recruiting goals this year, but the Army expects to retake that ground with a three-day campaign that ended Thursday, according to the service's deputy chief of recruiting.
Lots of countries are developing stealth warplanes. Fewer actually are acquiring them. And of those that are, just one—the United States—is acquiring them in large numbers.
The U.S. Army has quarantined 90 soldiers and instructors who tested positive for the coronavirus during a survival course at Fort Bragg.