In mid-2004, US Army special operators executed a rare daylight raid to rescue contractors held hostage near Baghdad.
In the next five years, the Army and US Special Operations Command will have decide if the Little Bird has any life left.
When two Black Hawk helicopters were shot down in Somalia in 1993, US forces quickly found themselves in a brutal fight for survival.
"It's just as important to be lethal in air, land, sea, space, and cyber as it is to be lethal in logistics," the top US general in Europe said this week.
The military is still trying to figure out what exactly went wrong and how its troops ended up storming the factory.
After nearly 80 years and more than a half-million photos, Tony Vaccaro still vividly remembers the pictures he broke US Army rules to take.
Here's what it looked like when the atomic cannon fired its one and only nuclear shot. The blast was as powerful as the one that devastated Hiroshima.
Retired Col. Ralph Puckett Jr. entered the ceremony in a wheelchair, but he stood on his own for the reading of his citation and to receive the award.
Ralph Puckett Jr. received the highest military honor for valor for his actions in a battle where his troops were outnumbered almost 10 to one.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz based his criticism on a TikTok comparing a Russian Army commercial with a US Army commercial.
Their objections to budget cuts have nothing really to do with who is best positioned to fight. It's about losing out on the spoils.
This video from the US Army is unlike anything we've seen and looks like something out of science fiction.
How to ensure Army units can operate in harsh Arctic environments is "the million-dollar question," the head of US Army Alaska told Insider.
Arctic warfare demands a special set of skills to survive and win - skills that Army special operators have long trained to master.
With attrition historically around 90%, Delta Force has one of the hardest selection and assessment processes in the US military.
Dozens of US Green Berets are in Mozambique to help counter a growing insurgency that Russian and South African mercenaries haven't been able to stop.
The Army's Arctic skills have "atrophied," the top general in Alaska told Insider in March. Now the service is moving quickly to rebuild them.