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Army announces sergeant, staff sergeant promotions for August

The Army has announced the selections for active-component promotions to sergeant and staff sergeant for August. → Read More

Jordan court rules Monday in fatal shootings of 3 US troops

A military court is set rule Monday in the murder trial of a Jordanian soldier accused of gunning down three U.S. military trainers in a shooting spree at a Jordanian air base. → Read More

Virginia National Guard asks Danville to vacate shared armory

The Virginia National Guard is asking the city of Danville to vacate a shared armory that the city has used for a recreational facility. → Read More

Court orders re-sentencing in military child abuse case

A federal appeals court has ordered a new sentencing for a former Army major and his wife convicted of multiple counts of child endangerment, after prosecutors argued their initial sentences were too lenient. → Read More

Class of 2021 to arrive at West Point

A new crop of cadet candidates is entering West Point. → Read More

Class of 2021 to arrive at West Point

A new crop of cadet candidates is entering West Point. → Read More

Officials: Shooter scare at Redstone Arsenal was false alarm

A security scare that shut down an Alabama Army base and sparked fears of a shooting was a false alarm, the military said Wednesday. → Read More

Sister of WWII soldier gets his long-lost Purple Heart, flag

A 95-year-old woman whose brother was killed during World War II has received his long-lost Purple Heart and the flag that was used at his burial. → Read More

Lockdown lifted at military post; no injuries reported

Authorities locked down an Alabama military post on Tuesday amid reports of a possible active shooter, and workers were advised to "run hide fight." About two hours later, the all-clear was given and officials said there were no confirmed injuries or arrests. → Read More

Colorado jury acquits Army Green Beret who killed intruder

A jury in Colorado Springs has acquitted a U.S. Army Green Beret who shot and killed an intruder in his detached garage. → Read More

On newsstands this week

In this week's Army Times, how the Army wants to use suppressors to give groundpounders an edge. → Read More

Indiana Guard investigates projectile landing outside Camp Atterbury

The Indiana National Guard is investigating how a projectile landed near a home outside its Camp Atterbury training base. → Read More

South Dakota National Guard hosts annual training exercise

About 2,400 military service members are working on community service projects during an annual training exercise hosted by the South Dakota National Guard. → Read More

World War II soldier to receive proper burial in Minnesota

After more than seven decades of searching and waiting, a Minnesota woman will get the chance to give her husband a proper military burial. → Read More

World War II soldier to receive proper burial in Minnesota

After more than seven decades of searching and waiting, a Minnesota woman will get the chance to give her husband a proper military burial. → Read More

Vermont Army National Guard to hit peak readiness in 2019

The commander of the Vermont National Guard says the state's Army Guard members will be ready, if asked, for a major operation in late 2019. → Read More

Army identifies soldier killed in Hawaii boat accident

The Army has identified a Hawaii-based soldier killed when a fishing boat ran over him as Col. Kirk Slaughter. → Read More

Hawaii soldier on surfboard dead after boat runs over him

Hawaii officials say an Army soldier is dead after he was run over by a fishing boat. → Read More

Army veteran faked blindness to get federal benefits

An Army veteran from Reno County has admitted he pretended to be blind in order to receive more than $70,000 in benefits. → Read More

Chelsea Manning talks leaks, transition after prison release

Chelsea Manning believed she had a "responsibility to the public" and didn't think she was risking national security when she leaked a trove of classified documents, the soldier said in her first interview since being released from a military prison last month. → Read More