Government should pay compensation for secretive Cold War-era testing, St. Louis victims say
As Congress considers payments to victims of Cold War-era nuclear contamination in the St. Louis region, people who were targeted for secret government testing from that same time period believe they’re due compensation, too.
Senate confirms army, marines chiefs as senator's objection blocks other military nominations
The Senate has confirmed three top military leaders, filling the posts after monthslong delays and as a Republican senator is still holding up hundreds of other nominations and promotions for senior officers.
Biden awards Medal of Honor to Army helicopter pilot who rescued soldiers in a Vietnam firefight
President Joe Biden has awarded the Medal of Honor to an Army pilot from the Vietnam War who risked his life to rescue a reconnaissance team that was about to be overrun by the enemy — facing almost certain death.
Former Rey Feo, family members plead guilty in million-dollar housekeeping scheme at Army hospitals, medical centers
Three members of a San Antonio family, including a former Rey Feo, have pleaded guilty to federal charges in connection with a million-dollar housekeeping scheme at Army hospitals and medical centers.
Feds move to freeze assets of woman who embellished husband’s wartime injuries in fraud scheme
Department of Justice officials have moved to freeze the assets of a Dripping Springs woman who embellished her Army husband’s wartime injuries as part of a lengthy fraud scheme, federal court records obtained by KSAT Investigates show.
Military suicides drop as leaders push new programs
A new report and Pentagon data show that suicides across the active duty U.S. military decreased over the past 18 months, driven by sharp drops in the Air Force and Marine Corps last year and a similar decline among Army soldiers during the first six months of this year.
Panel advises removal of Confederate statue at Arlington
An independent commission is recommending that the Confederate Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery be dismantled and taken down, as part of its final report to Congress on the renaming of military bases and assets that commemorate the Confederacy.
Across services, troops face discipline for refusing vaccine
U.S. officials say all of the military services have now begun disciplinary actions and discharges for troops who have refused to get the mandated coronavirus vaccine, with as many as 20,000 unvaccinated forces at risk of being removed from service.
Central Catholic QB Sylas Gomez talks commitment to Army
After posting 718 yards passing, 469 yards rushing and 12 total touchdowns in six games last season, Central Catholic senior quarterback Sylas Gomez has already verbally committed to Army West Point, and he made the announcement on a special day.
WATCH LIVE: Lawmakers, relatives of Army Spc. Vanessa Guillén introduce Military Justice Improvement and Increasing Prevention Act
Lawmakers on Wednesday morning will introduce the Military Justice Improvement and Increasing Prevention Act, a bipartisan and bicameral bill that would move the decision to prosecute serious crimes in the military from the chain of command.
Study: Texas bases lead Army posts in risk of sexual assault
A new study finds that female soldiers at Army bases in Texas, Colorado, Kansas and Kentucky face a greater risk of sexual assault and harassment than those at other posts, accounting for more than a third of all active duty Army women sexually assaulted in 2018.