Missing West Point Cadet Identified, Search Continues For 20-Year-Old Kade KuritaSoldiers and state troopers have now searched more than 6,000 acres looking for the missing cadet.
U.S. Army Soldier Charged With Manslaughter, Dereliction Of Duty For Crash That Killed West Point CadetChristopher Morgan was killed and 21 others were injured when their military vehicle overturned on the way to a training exercise outside campus in June.
U.S. Army Soldier Allegedly Shared Bomb-Making Instructions, Discussed Killing Beto O'RourkeAn Army soldier serving in Kansas shared bomb-making instructions online and discussed killing activists and bombing a news network, the Justice Department contends.
Medal Of Honor Recipient From New York Gets Times Square CelebrationJust 10 days ago, President Trump presented him with the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in 2004.
Remains Of Korean War POW From Manhattan IdentifiedThe Pentagon's Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced Tuesday that 1st Lt. Herman L. Falk's remains were identified last month using DNA analysis, dental records and material evidence.
From Band Of Brothers To Band Of Uncles: Army Battalion Takes Photo With Fallen Soldier's Newborn BabyThe soldiers coincidentally came home the day Christian was born, which made their homecoming that much sweeter.
Army Doctors Transplant New Ear From Soldier's ArmAn Army soldier who lost her ear has received a revolutionary transplant which saw doctors grow a brand new ear on the patient's own arm.
Army Veteran Trucker Stops On Highway To Salute WWII Soldier's Funeral ProcessionOver the weekend, a patriotic overture gave the granddaughter of a WWII vet being laid to rest a chance to meet and thank another veteran.
Drone Hits Army Helicopter Flying Over Staten IslandTwo Blackhawks with the 82nd Airborne out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina were in the city on duty for the United Nations General Assembly.
Sergeants' Union Head: Why Weren't Officers Disciplined For Being Too Drunk To Fly To Afghanistan?NYPD counterterror officials had to cancel a training mission to Afghanistan because the Army reportedly decided two officers were too tipsy to fly.
Long Island Soldier Shares Story Of Sacrifice, Service With Kindergarten StudentsNext week on Veteran's Day, the nation will honor the 22-million living veterans who have served this country.