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A 1st Cavalry Division soldier was killed Monday and three were injured in an armored vehicle accident at Fort Irwin. [Read More]
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Magpul Industries Corp. has introduced a new 7.62mm version of its high-capacity polymer drum magazine. [Read More]
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A soldier who was wounded during pistol training Monday has been released from the hospital, Bragg officials said. [Read More]
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The Army is testing new designs after about 50% of 14,000 soldiers surveyed prefer to buy commercial-made combat boots. [Read More]
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The new Model 442 is a lightweight, J-frame revolver that features a popular internal hammer design. [Read More]
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The Army has crafted a new approach to protecting ground forces from enemy air attack, acquisition czar Bruce Jette said. [Read More]
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U.S. Army footwear experts have begun field-testing a handful of new combat boot designs. [Read More]
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Until now, the military has required a human to be in the decision-making process for when to use deadly force. [Read More]
Army fitness officials released the manual for the upcoming Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), including tips to please graders on each event. The ACFT is scheduled... [Read More]
Of course, there's no schadenfreude like NFL schadenfreude, so a Pittsburgh meltdown alone would warm a lot of orange-and-black hearts.        ... [Read More]
Air National Guard photo/Tech. Sgt. Amber Williams US Army weapons officials have figured out the cause and ginned up a fix for a... [Read More]
The Army's decision to base its 16th Armored Brigade Combat Team at Ft. Bliss will make the Texas the service's armored fist. [Read More]
The Air Force has cleared its trainer aircraft to resume ops after a "brief pause" following a recent crash of a T-6. [Read More]
Army officials have figured out the cause and found a fix for a glitch in the selector switch of M4 and M4A1 carbines. [Read More]
Officials say the infantry should not be "where we send soldiers that don't have the mental capacity to do other jobs." [Read More]
Leaders realize the services will have to rely on video-game technology to meet their training needs. [Read More]
Air Force leaders said Tuesday the service must rely more on rapid prototyping to regain service members' trust. [Read More]
The head of Air Force training said the service wants artificial intelligence to help airmen learn faster than ever before. [Read More]
The U.S. Army recently awarded AM General LLC a contract worth up to $800 million to build thousands of Humvee ambulances. [Read More]
Using algorithms to sort through massive amounts of info can take the burden off defense analysts, Lt. Gen. Ashley said. [Read More]
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