On June 3, D-Day Hero Cpl. Waverly Woodson, who died in 2005 at 83, was posthumously honored with the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroism during D-Day.

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The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion—the U.S. Army’s only all-Black women unit to serve during WWII—will be bestowed with a Congressional Gold Medal.

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A New Jersey school was renamed to honor the legacy of Tuskegee Airman Malcolm E. Nettingham.

Henry "Mitch" Mayfield Jr., an Army specialist, was identified as one of the three Americans who died from a terror attack in Africa on Sunday.

Montel Williams said he doubts that the Army cadets and a Navy midshipman shown on live national TV flashing the white power hand sign were, well, flashing the white power hand signal.

To anyone who’s been paying attention to the resurgence of white supremacy in the military, the white power sign by cadets and a midshipman at the Army-Navy football game shouldn't be a surprise.

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After being away from his family for nearly a decade, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony Tillman surprised his daughter at her high school graduation.

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Janina Simmons is the first Black woman to graduate from U.S. Army Ranger School.

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The U.S. Army’s only all-Black all-women unit during WWII was honored with a monument.

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Maj. Gen. Gary M. Brito will make history as the first Black person to become the commander of Fort Benning.


The Army will issue waivers for people who have used marijuana in the past in efforts to reach its recruitment goals.


President Donald Trump has signed a memorandum banning individuals who identify as transgender from serving in the military.