Pvt. Travis King appeared to walk off a plane in San Antonio, Texas, early Thursday. King ran into the North while on a civilian tour of a border village on July 18. He had served in South Korea.
A new report says female soldiers face rampant sexism, sexual harassment and other gender-related challenges in male dominated Army special operations units.
There was no immediate verification that Pvt. Travis King actually made any of the comments about his home country.
A retired Air Force major accused the US of recovering "non-human biologics" and concealing their findings from the public.
The U.S. Marine Corps is without a confirmed leader for the first time in a century as Gen. David Berger stepped down as commandant and a Republican senator is blocking confirmation of his successor.
At a sprawling military installation in the middle of the rolling green hills of eastern Kentucky, a milestone was reached Friday in the history of warfare dating back to World War I.
This trip of a lifetime is underway for these heroic American veterans, who received quite an emotional send-off at the Atlanta airport.
Col. Leonard Schroeder kept some very special boots in his Florida garage. He wore them the day he led the charge that drove the Nazis out of France.
Fort Bragg was originally named in 1918 for Gen. Braxton Bragg, a Confederate general who was known for owning slaves and losing key Civil War battles.
The U.S. Army says it has grounded aviation units for training after deadly helicopter crashes in Alaska and Kentucky killed 12 in the past month.
Down more than 200 pounds, Aaron Schichtl's transformation is only the beginning.
The two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, part of the 101st Airborne Division, crashed during a routine training mission 30 miles northwest of Fort Campbell.
Her father's friendship came to a tragic end in 1945, something the sisters believe affected him for the rest of his life.
Twenty years after the Iraq invasion in March 2003, a Senate vote is expected this week to repeal the 2002 and 1991 authorizations of force against Iraq.
The tests were supervised by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who vowed to make his rivals "plunge into despair," state media reported.
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard has been suspected of bomb-carrying drone attacks across the wider Middle East.
Eating poppy seeds can impact your drug test, the Pentagon warns.
The Pentagon has confirmed that a photo, leaked on the internet Tuesday, does indeed show a Chinese spy balloon as seen from an American reconnaissance plane earlier this month.
The files exposed in the U.S. military server included a completed SF-86 questionnaire.
North Korea said its launch of the Hwasong-15 ICBM was organized "suddenly" without prior notice at Kim Jong Un's direct order.