Funding for Army family programs will likely not be among the targets of sweeping Defense Department budget cuts, top Army leaders pledged yesterday.
As the Army faces a prospective drawdown, it is grappling with a growing percentage of soldiers who aren’t medically fit for duty, Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Eric Schoomaker said Monday.
The U.S. fiscal crisis risks ensnaring the military with drastic cuts and strategic changes that the Army fears will leave it the main victim of the country’s debt crunch, analysts said.
STUTTGART, Germany — When Mohammad A. Hasan joined the Army in 1994, practicing his Muslim faith wasn’t hard.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Anthony Carrol Hayes walked out the door of the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Jan. 18, 2010, and vanished.
BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO says the continuing resistance by pro-Gadhafi forces in Sirte and other locations in Libya is “surprising” because they are fighting a losing battle.
Beatings, electric shocks and other forms of torture were administered to suspected Taliban fighters in some Afghan-run detention centers, the U.N. said Monday, even as the U.S. and others have spent billions of dollars training the police and security services.
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