airstrike hit a team of Afghan and U . S . troops conducting a security operation ..... marked the deadliest day for U . S . troops in Afghanistan since a helicopter ..... issued a statement saying, "Five American troops were killed yesterday during
news release that the boy wanted to be a soldier after his grandfather told him stories about World War II and the arrival of U . S . troops in Belgium. His grandfather had worked in the Belgium resistance. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved
Afghan National Army and police forces are conducting about a quarter to a third of operations on their own without help from American troops . The brigade is working in three key provinces, Khost, Paktia and Paktika, located south of Kabul and along the Pakistan
interrupted Rumsfeld's speech before being escorted out. Protesters said that Rumsfeld misled the public to justify war and that he is responsible for the deaths of more than 6,000 American troops . Copyright WSMV 2011. All rights reserved.
Soldiers at Fort Campbell will pause Monday to remember one of the worst military disasters in U.S. history. Nearly 250 U . S . troops were killed in a plane crash in Gander, Newfoundland 26 years ago Monday. Most of those killed were members of the 101st
University. The retired general speculated that leaving Iraq at the end of the year was the president's only option. If American troops stay beyond the withdrawal deadline, the administration said, they wouldn't have legal protection and could possibly
Military sources tell Channel 4 News that no special forces soldiers from Fort Campbell, KY, were among the 30 American troops killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. A Union City, TN native, Aaron Carson Vaughn, was among the more than
re taking a civilian and turning them into these soldiers. It's always rewarding to see the progress." With 23,000 U . S . troops set to be withdrawn from Afghanistan later this year, Army officials said there's an increased importance in giving more