The latest news on Army
Reinforcements should arrive in January, but until then, U.S. troops are trying to hold the line.
U.S. troops express concern that progress bought with their sweat and blood will be lost.
On the border between Iraq and Iran, deminers try to keep explosives out of insurgents' hands.
A U.S. commander turned a squad of Afghan policemen into a crack motorbike unit.
U.S. general: Military should improve "the human condition," but manual omits democracy promotion.
Gen. Odierno must manage Sunni militias, a U.S. troop drawdown, the flashpoint of Kirkuk, and Sadr.
Petraeus spokesman Steven Boylan puts his family first in deciding not to follow the boss to Florida.
The U.S. commander there, in an exclusive interview, calls for a further buildup to counter the Taliban
A routine training run turns into an emergency nighttime medical evacuation.
Q&A with Philip Gourevitch, coauthor of "Standard Operating Procedure."