- 560 shells, bottles of mustard agent destroyed in Colorado Updated: Feb-11-16 5:58 pm
PUEBLO, Colorado - U.S. Army officials say 560 shells and bottles containing mustard agent have been destroyed in the first round of a project to eliminate the nation's largest remaining stockpile of the chemical.
- Senators: Let female WWII pilots into Arlington Cemetery Updated: Feb-11-16 12:51 pm
WASHINGTON - Two dozen U.S. senators want the Army to reverse a policy change barring female World War II pilots from having their ashes placed at Arlington National Cemetery.
- Army Corps Engineers denies funding for Red River study Updated: Feb-11-16 8:15 am
SHREVEPORT, Louisiana - The U.S. Army Corps Engineers has denied funding for a study of Red River which was requested in response to flooding in June.
- Army pays woman $820,000 to settle sexual harassment case Updated: Feb-10-16 8:01 pm
SAN DIEGO - The Army has paid $820,000 to settle a lawsuit by a former military police trainee who says she was fired after she filed a sexual harassment complaint against a supervisor, defense lawyers said Wednesday.
- Tribe requesting the return of 3 deceased Arapaho children Updated: Feb-10-16 10:03 am
RIVERTON, Wyoming - The Northern Arapaho Tribal Historic Preservation Office is aware of three Arapaho students who remain buried at the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania after more than a century. The site is the home of what was once the Carlisle Indian School from 1879 to 1918.
- Corps of Engineers to study Souris River flood protection Updated: Feb-10-16 10:00 am
MINOT, North Dakota - Long-term flood protection for Minot and the Souris River Basin is among a select group of projects the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to study this year.
- Bergdahl case delayed over classified information dispute Updated: Feb-09-16 8:52 pm
A military appeals court halted proceedings against U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl on Tuesday while it considers a dispute over how much leeway the defense should have in accessing classified information.
- Highway getting new bridge over flood-prone wash near Yuma Updated: Feb-09-16 2:59 pm
- US Army study: Iraq's Mosul dam at 'higher risk' of failure Updated: Feb-09-16 2:54 pm
BAGHDAD - Iraq's Mosul Dam has long been branded the world's most dangerous dam, at risk of collapsing and sending water crashing over millions of people. That prospect is even greater than was previously believed after the Islamic State group captured the dam briefly in 2014, according to a new report by U.S. Army engineers.
- Feds: Army deserter who supported IS faces gun charges Updated: Feb-08-16 6:37 pm
SEATTLE - An Army deserter from Washington state who called Osama bin Laden "a beautiful man," made statements supporting the Islamic State group and called for the death of American troops has been charged with illegally possessing firearms, including machine guns, federal prosecutors said Monday.
- Man convicted of murder in 2013 slaying of veteran Updated: Feb-08-16 8:38 am
WOBURN, Massachusetts - A Massachusetts man has been found guilty of murder in the 2013 slaying of a 27-year-old U.S. Army veteran.
- Loyola (Md.) beats Army in double OT 100-99 Updated: Feb-06-16 4:13 pm
WEST POINT, New York - Andre Walker scored a career-high 31 points, including the winning free throws with four seconds left, and Loyola-Maryland defeated Army 100-99 in double overtime Saturday.
- Corps: Missouri River reservoirs ready for runoff season Updated: Feb-06-16 1:06 pm
YANKTON, South Dakota - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says the Missouri River mainstem reservoirs are ready for this year's runoff season.
- Vancouver doctor is Olympics bound Updated: Feb-06-16 2:06 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - Several years ago, Dr. Kevin deWeber decided to dream big. And in the world of sports medicine, nothing is bigger than the Olympics.
- Senators decry decision downsizing Pope Field planes Updated: Feb-05-16 5:37 pm
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina's senators are decrying a decision that will leave Fort Bragg without any C-130s permanently based at the Army base.
- Rock Island Arsenal Museum to reduce collection, operations Updated: Feb-05-16 4:59 pm
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois - About 3,200 artifacts will be removed from the Rock Island Arsenal Museum's collection amid an upcoming reduction in staff.
- Judge orders US agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup Updated: Feb-04-16 2:06 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama Nation for costs related to cleaning up a contaminated island in Washington's Columbia River.
- Crews to begin lifting sunken tugboat from Gastineau Channel Updated: Feb-04-16 7:23 am
JUNEAU, Alaska - Coast Guard officials say work to remove a 96-foot tugboat from the Gastineau Channel has started nearly five months after the former World War II Army vehicle plunged beneath the waters.
- Fort Sill to trim civilian jobs, some military positions Updated: Feb-03-16 4:51 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The U.S. Army artillery post in southwest Oklahoma is expected to trim civilian jobs and some military positions but still have a net gain of more than 400 active-duty military personnel by the end of next year.
- VA medical center in Ohio honors 4 WWII chaplains Updated: Feb-03-16 7:33 am
DAYTON, Ohio - A public memorial service in southwest Ohio is honoring four U.S. Army chaplains who died while helping other soldiers in World War II.
- Kelly's 15 points leads Navy over Army 64-50 Updated: Feb-01-16 9:50 pm
WEST POINT, New York - Will Kelly scored 15 points with 10 rebounds to lead Navy over Army 64-50 on Monday night.
- Boston U muscles way past Army 76-67 Updated: Jan-27-16 9:48 pm
WEST POINT, New York - Cheddi Mosely scored 23 points and Nathan Dieudonne had 17 points and a career-high 18 rebounds to lead Boston University past Army 76-67 Wednesday night.
- JBLM rocket battalion heading back to Iraq Updated: Jan-27-16 8:35 am
TACOMA, Washington - Joint Base Lewis-McChord is preparing to send one of its artillery units to Iraq and Kuwait to help fight the Islamic State group.
- Iraq's military is still struggling despite US training Updated: Jan-26-16 2:03 pm
BASMAYA, Iraq - Iraq's 72nd Brigade was slowly moving through a live-fire exercise recently under the watchful eyes of U.S., Spanish and British coalition trainers when things began to go wrong.
- Contractor working to put Jeeps back on battlefield Updated: Jan-25-16 9:24 am
TOLEDO, Ohio - A North Carolina defense contractor's project could land Jeeps back on the battlefield as the U.S. Army looks for inexpensive, lightweight, unarmored vehicles that can be flown into remote locations.