Army officials discriminated against a transgender employee who underwent a sex change while working at an Alabama installation, restricting her from the women’s restroom and using her male name despite her preference to be referred to as a woman, a federal investigation found.
A Georgia man has been charged with making threats and leaving threatening phone messages for a civilian employee at Fort Knox.
An Army soldier already serving a life sentence for two slayings is scheduled to face a court-martial on charges he also killed his pregnant wife at Fort Stewart in southeast Georgia.
The Army has identified a soldier killed in a helicopter accident at a Georgia airfield as a 31-year-old special operations helicopter platoon leader.
College Football Spotlight: Texas And Army Coaching Searches On Different Levels With Same Goal, Restore Pride
Army will never be a dominant force in college football the way Texas can be, but both programs have a special place in college football’s history. Seeing them each reach their expectations is capable if the right coach is brought in.
A new combat uniform with special consideration to the female body is now available at Fort Gordon, almost a month after the Army announced plans to open all units and military jobs to women by 2016.
Two years after Army Sgt. Deirdre Aguigui died suddenly in the middle of her pregnancy, military prosecutors in southeast Georgia plan to reveal at last why they believe she was killed by her husband, a young soldier accused by civilian authorities of using insurance money from her death to buy weapons for an anti-government militia group.
A prosecutor says a former soldier wanted her four children to grow up and join a Georgia militia group that she and other active-duty Army troops are accused of organizing to plot bomb attacks in Savannah and poison apple crops in Washington state.
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With the situation getting worse on the ground Obama has ended the surge just in time for the election in November. Taliban and related attacks against NATO powers were approximately 2,700 in August of 2009 when Obama made his contrary-to-campaign promised-move to step up the nation’s military assistance in Afghanistan. Three years later, in August of 2012, there were more attacks – nearly 3,000.