Military Quietly Prepares for a Last Resort: War With North Korea

It’s normal for American commanders to draw up combat plans. But recent exercises signal that the military wants to be ready for options on the Korean Peninsula.

Anna Mae Hays, 97, U.S. Military’s First Female General, Dies

She served on the front lines during World War II and Korea and, as chief of the Army Nurse Corps, sought to contain casualties in Vietnam.

Army Suspends Fort Benning Drill Sergeants Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

After reviewing a female trainee’s allegations of assault, the Army found indications of additional misconduct. The fort only recently integrated women into its training programs.

U.S. Army Crew and Pilots Missing After Helicopter Disappears in Hawaii

The Coast Guard was searching for five people who were aboard a Black Hawk helicopter in a training exercise. It was the third crash in about a month involving U.S. military aircraft.

Trump Cites Familiar Argument in Ban on Transgender Troops

Years of study have not produced much evidence to support President Trump’s claims that transgender members make it harder for the military to focus on “decisive and overwhelming victory.”