U.S. Army


The remains of a U.S. soldier from Ohio who was killed in the Korean War are back home.


The U.S. Army will be led by a Centerville native.


A Hebron-based company has agreed to pay 3 million dollars to the federal government to settle a lawsuit over substandard combat helmets it provided to the U.S. Army.


A U.S. Army veteran from Columbus is receiving an honorable discharge a half century after he was discharged for being gay.

Members of a U.S. Army skydiving team will return to their base, where they will have access to counseling, after a parachutist from their unit died from injuries suffered during a stunt at the Chicago Air & Water Show.

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A key figure in a U.S. Army intelligence program has for years allowed himself to be portrayed as a Ph.D. in engineering, even though he does not hold a doctoral degree. 

Masslion police have arrested a woman on charges of with stealing her son's income tax refunds and his U.S. Army paychecks while he was serving in Afghanistan.