Christine Wormuth Nominated for Army Secretary

She served as Pentagon policy chief during the Obama administration. The White House announced its first military service secretary nomination—Christine Wormuth to serve as Secretary of the Army.…

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Army Working with Industry Partners on Modernization

The U.S. military crafting plans to keep pace with advancements by adversaries. The U.S. Army reported the modernization strategy this week that partners with industry, science and technology.…

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Brazilian Army Joins U.S. Troops in Joint Training

Brazil was the only South American country to support World War II allies. Seventy-five years after contributing troops to support the Allied cause in the Second World War,…

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Annual Wreath-Laying for Military Cemeteries to Proceed

Decision to cancel annual wreath-laying quickly reversed. Arlington National Cemetery had decided to cancel its annual Wreaths Across America program because of the coronavirus. Lawmakers and U.S. military…

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Medal of Honor Awarded to Military Hero

Army soldier rescued 75 hostages from Iraqi prison. Last Friday, President Trump awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor to Sgt. Major Thomas “Patrick” Payne for the heroism he…

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U.S. Deploying 500 Troops to Lithuania

Tensions are high in Eastern Europe. On Friday, the U.S. Army announced the coming deployment of about 500 troops to Lithuania as part of a military operation. Lithuania…

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President Speaks to West Point Graduates

The commencement address focuses on unity that is born out of diversity. Speaking to the graduating class of 2020 of West Point Academy in New York, President Trump…

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U.S. Soldiers at Fort Bragg Produce Masks for Personnel

Protective equipment necessary for all at currently functioning army base. With infection-protective gear such in such short supply, workers at essential operations find themselves at much greater risk…

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