- Review: 'Swiss Army Man' imaginative but tonally imbalanced Updated: Jun-22-16 9:57 pm
Flatulence is a key element of "Swiss Army Man ," but the film isn't exactly a comedy.
- US Army facility cleared, report of gunman 'unfounded' Updated: Jun-21-16 7:16 pm
DUBLIN, California - Authorities lifted a lockdown order at a sprawling U.S. Army Reserve facility in Northern California after not finding anything suspicious Tuesday following reports of a possible gunman.
- The Latest: Lockdown lifted at Army facility in California Updated: Jun-21-16 7:03 pm
DUBLIN, California - The Latest on a search for a possible gunman at an Army Reserve training facility in Northern California (all times local):
- Upstate NY radio business inks $1.7B US military contract Updated: Jun-20-16 6:06 am
ROCHESTER, New York - An upstate New York manufacturer has been awarded a government contract worth up to $1.7 billion to produce tactical radios for the battlefield.
- Army secretary officially arriving for his new Pentagon job Updated: Jun-20-16 1:51 am
ARLINGTON, Virginia - U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning is officially moving into his new job with a ceremonial arrival in Arlington, Virginia.
- Rochester-based Army Guard aviation unit gets new commander Updated: Jun-18-16 8:58 am
ROCHESTER, New York - A New York Army National Guard aviation unit with elements downstate and in the western part of the state is getting a new commander.
- US commander in Afghanistan submits his 3-month take on war Updated: Jun-16-16 2:45 am
KABUL, Afghanistan - The new U.S. commander in Afghanistan has submitted his first three-month assessment of the situation in the war-torn country and what it's going to take to defeat the Taliban, a U.S. military official has told The Associated Press.
- Fond Du Lac post officer renamed after World War II veteran Updated: Jun-15-16 4:13 pm
FOND DU LAC, Wisconsin - A post office in Fond Du Lac has been named in honor of a World War II Army veteran.
- Mississippi River levee repairs underway near Greenville Updated: Jun-15-16 6:17 am
GREENVILLE, Mississippi - Workers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are in the Greenville area to repair several levee slides after the area had high water earlier this year.
- 18-year-old first female infantry soldier in Kansas Updated: Jun-12-16 1:16 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - An 18-year-old Kansan has become the first woman in Kansas to enlist as a U.S. Army infantry soldier.
- Missing soldier to be buried with honors, decades later Updated: Jun-12-16 11:27 am
TACOMA, Washington - The remains of a 21-year-old U.S. Army sergeant who went missing from the Korean War have been identified and will be buried in Kent.
- Albuquerque woman recalls hush-hush WWII cryptography work Updated: Jun-11-16 11:20 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - The doctor who attended the premature birth of Jean Johnson predicted she wouldn't make it through the night.
- Leesville man sentenced to 3 years for Fort Polk burglary Updated: Jun-11-16 10:24 am
LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana - A Leesville man has been sentenced to three years in prison for burglarizing homes and a truck at Fort Polk.
- Veteran of Normandy landings: 'When they needed me, I went' Updated: Jun-11-16 3:02 am
YAKIMA, Washington - In the heavy fighting in France during World War II, 12 men serving around Rollo Worden would die or be badly injured in a day.
- Sheriff: Army Reserve officer threatens members of mosque Updated: Jun-10-16 6:16 pm
RAEFORD, North Carolina - A decorated Army Reserve officer left bacon at a mosque and brandished a handgun while threatening to kill Muslims and bury them there, North Carolina authorities said Friday.
- Conservative takes former Speaker Boehner's House seat Updated: Jun-09-16 8:02 pm
WASHINGTON - Republican Warren Davidson was sworn into the House on Thursday to take former House Speaker John Boehner's long-held seat, elected with the backing of the same conservatives who helped drive Boehner from Congress.
- Army ROTC celebrating 100th anniversary with Fort Knox event Updated: Jun-09-16 4:18 am
FORT KNOX, Kentucky - Army ROTC is celebrating its 100th anniversary this week with a ceremony at Fort Knox.
- Corps: Giving it contaminated landfill would not speed fix Updated: Jun-07-16 11:50 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Efforts to resolve a burning suburban St. Louis landfill near buried radioactive waste will not be hastened if oversight of the project is shifted from federal environmentalists to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, a top Corps official has argued.
- New Miss USA from DC to take a break from Army reserves Updated: Jun-06-16 1:08 am
LAS VEGAS - The newly crowned Miss USA is a 26-year-old Army officer from the District of Columbia who gave perhaps the strongest answer of the night when asked about women in combat.
- Decorated combat vet to lead UConn's veterans programs Updated: Jun-05-16 2:42 pm
STORRS, Connecticut - A decorated combat veteran and University of Connecticut alum has been named director of UConn's Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs.
- Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as 'The Greatest,' dies Updated: Jun-04-16 5:03 pm
He was fast of fist and foot - lip, too - a heavyweight champion who promised to shock the world and did. He floated. He stung. Mostly he thrilled, even after the punches had taken their toll and his voice barely rose above a whisper.
- Harzand shrugs off pre-race scare, wins English Derby Updated: Jun-04-16 12:36 pm
EPSOM, England - Harzand overcame a pre-race scare to win the English Derby for owner The Aga Khan on Saturday, holding off fast-finishing favorite US Army Ranger for a length-and-a-half victory in Britain's richest horse race.
- Standout Fort Wainwright soldier works to live up to her dad Updated: Jun-04-16 8:02 am
- Fatal Fort Hood accident raises questions about training Updated: Jun-03-16 9:45 pm
FORT HOOD, Texas - The U.S. Army has said the nine Fort Hood soldiers who died when a rain-swollen creek swept their vehicle into rushing waters were in the right place for their intended training.
- Army Corps improving fish passage at Lower Granite Dam Updated: Jun-02-16 4:25 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The government is making big improvements in fish passage facilities at Lower Granite Dam, hoping to increase the number of endangered salmon and steelhead that migrate through the Columbia-Snake river system, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday.