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Korean War veterans speak about recent hostile rhetoricA war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un recently escalated to the point that North Korea threatened to fire ballistic missiles towards Guam.
From paratrooper to photographer: Meet the veteran capturing America's gorgeous parksBeing hired as the official photographer of the National Park Service was Frank Lee Ruggles’ best assignment.
Veteran pushes for women empowerment in career networkingWhen Brooke Jones-Chinetti left the U.S. Army in 2015, finding a network of women for mentorship and career advice was tough.
Army Chief of Staff: No immediate directives have been given to implement transgender policyArmy Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley explained that he has yet to "receive implementation guidance, implementation directives from the Department of Defense."
Man sentenced to 30 years in Fort Riley bomb plotWhen he pleaded guilty, he acknowledged that he wanted to kill Americans and participate in jihad to support the Islamic State group.
US soldier pleads not guilty to support for Islamic StateThe indictment and an FBI affidavit allege that the soldier met with undercover agents he believed were part of the Islamic State group.
Trump nominates top Raytheon lobbyist to be Army secretaryThe White House says President Donald Trump is nominating Raytheon lobbyist Mark Esper to be the next secretary of the Army.
Army veteran reunites with fighter copter in DixonA blackhawk reunited with his cobra after more than 45 years.
Overwhelming support for Army veteran's dying wish crashes his phoneAccording to a GoFundMe page to support Lee Hernandez, a terminally ill Army veteran, received over 100,00 text messages on his cell phone.
Yes, the U.S. Army is finally getting its own museumIt's about time.
WWII disabled veteran's American flag burned outside his Virginia homeA disabled U.S. Army veteran says someone burned his American flag the day before Independence Day -- and he's taking it personally.
Bill would rename post offices after fallen Virginia veteransA Virginia lawmaker is proposing legislation that would rename two post offices for fallen military members from his district.

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