Viewfinder: A World War II Veteran Who Took Part in D-Day Is Buried at Arlington National Cemetery
Members of the United States Army's 3rd Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard," carry the flag-draped casket of World War II Army veteran Carl Mann to his final resting place.
The Army Is Discharging Immigrant Recruits Who Were Promised Expedited Citizenship
At least 40 people have been discharged.
Foreign-Born Soldiers Are Seeing Their Careers Stall
Dysfunction in a U.S. Army recruitment pipeline for foreign-born soldiers has created chaos and uncertainty for thousands.
Deployment Not Necessarily Behind Military Suicides
A military study finds the length of service and dishonorable discharges have a much larger influence on suicide risk than being sent to war.
The Pentagon Has Finally Identified the Remains of a POW Lost Since 1942
Long buried alongside hundreds of unknown U.S. soldiers in the Philippines, Private Arthur “Bud” Kelder is on his way home after a lawsuit by his family.
Pentagon Finally Decides to Dig Up Remains of Lost Soldier
The military will exhume a grave in the Philippines that may hold the remains of Bud Kelder, an American POW whose family has long been fighting the Pentagon to get him home.
The Staggering Costs of Kickbacks, Bribery, and Theft in the Military
The structure of the military means that when people high up in the chain of command aren’t held responsible for the crimes they commit, that message will quickly ripple down the ranks.
Highest Paid People on the Pentagon Budget: Three Football Coaches
The head coaches at Army, Navy, and Air Force make the most money in the Pentagon—and it's not all that surprising.