Five people, including a former Army civilian, face federal charges in an international scam that drained millions of dollars from the bank accounts of older, disabled veterans, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
The Navy has released more details from its 2019 Summary of the Navy Public Private Venture (PPV) Housing ‘Out of Cycle’ Survey, conducted earlier this year based on concerns with privatized family housing.
The United States is prepared to resume nuclear negotiations as soon as it gets word from North Korea, a senior envoy said Wednesday, while the communist state issued new criticism over U.S.-South Korean military exercises that ended the day before.
SAVE THE DATE: 2020 The United States Army Officer Candidate School Alumni Association (TUSAOCSAA) Annual Reunion, Hall of Fame, Heritage Center and Memorial Walk Dedications, and Mini-Reunions, Fort Benning and Columbus, GA., May 1-4, 2020.
The U.S. Army Garrison Daegu conducted its first iteration of the newly redesigned Army Community Service's Spouse Newcomers Orientation and Employment Readiness Workshop at the ACS office in the Soldier Support Center on Camp Walker Aug. 8.
American troops may have been among the victims of hackers who stole information from more than 1 million U.S. and South Korean credit cards and listed it for sale on the dark web over the past three months, the military said.
North Korea fired its sixth round of projectiles in less than a month on Friday, South Korea’s military said, a day after South Korea’s president promised to solidify the foundations for denuclearization and peace by the end of his term.
A hemorrhagic stroke can occur one of two ways. A blood vessel will rupture and cause blood to pool within the brain, or a vessel will break and cause blood to accumulate between the brain and the skull.
President Moon Jae-in offered an olive branch to Japan over the two countries’ trade dispute on Thursday, while vowing to “solidify denuclearization and peace” on the Korean Peninsula before his term ends.