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The U.S. Army was created on June 3, 1784 by the Congress of the Confederation at the end of the Revolutionary War. “To fight and win America’s wars,” the Army exists to organize, equip, and train forces “for the conduct of prompt and sustained combat operations on land.”

The U.S. Army operates with an active component and two reserve components: the United States Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. There are just under 500,000 soldiers serving actively in the U.S. Army today and another 550,000 serving in the reserve components.

Find the latest news and information on the U.S. Army including top stories, technology, policies, leadership, and more.

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Army Secretary Blames Bad Press for Making Recruiting Woes Worse

Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth blamed negative media coverage about the service for exacerbating its recruiting slump, including stories about mental health issues some soldiers face and seemingly rampant sexual assault across the entire military. “For parents and influencers, there are concerns over psychological harm,” Wormuth, the Army’s top civilian, told soldiers at a conference Tuesday, adding that the

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Invisible Service – Military Families Bear Burden of American Freedom

The opinions expressed in this op-ed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Military.com. If you would like to submit your own commentary, please send your article to opinions@military.com for consideration. With some trepidation, I raised my right hand and joined the Army in 1976. I told myself I did it to pay for college, but

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Soldiers Can’t Transfer Just Because of Abortion Bans or LGBTQ Laws, Army Chief Says

The Army’s top general said the service is not considering allowing soldiers to be reassigned to new bases if they feel local laws discriminate against them, following Republican criticism after the service recently began mulling the idea. Gen. James McConville, the Army’s chief of staff, on Wednesday shot down the proposed policy tweak service officials were considering behind closed doors,

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Fort Riley Soldiers Headed for Europe Rotation as Ukraine War Drags On

Soldiers from two brigades out of Kansas and Washington can expect to pack for the chill this fall. The Army announced brigade combat team rotations on Friday: Fort Riley’s 1st Infantry Division 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team out of Kansas will head to Europe; and 2nd Infantry Division’s 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, will

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Former Army Chaplain Who Sexually Abused Inmates Gets 7 Years in Prison

Behind a closed chapel office door inside a federal women’s prison in California, a chaplain forced inmates seeking his spiritual guidance to have sex with him, exploiting their faith and their powerlessness behind bars for his own gratification, prosecutors said. James Theodore Highhouse was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison — more than double the recommended punishment in federal

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The Latest Army Life Perk: More Time Off

The days where your time is the Army’s time might be mostly gone. Units across the Army are finding extra ways to award soldiers more time off and respect their personal time. In August, paratrooper formations in Italy and Alaska released new policies which give soldiers a diverse rolodex of options to earn additional leave. Those policies range from incentives

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Bragg Leaders Spent Years Unable to Keep Track of Mold Plaguing Barracks

Local leaders at Fort Bragg, North Carolina say that for years they weren’t equipped to keep track of barracks rooms long known to be plagued by mold that were condemned earlier this month. The sudden decision to demolish a handful of buildings in the Smoke Bomb Hill area of the base, coming only after the mold situation drew attention from

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