Game Time Salutes Honors Natalia Lynch, Daughter Of U.S. Army VeteranFor Natalia Lynch, her father's service in the U.S. Army meant that she got an international education and a deep appreciation for the work of the men and women in our armed services.
Md. Lab First Alerted Army About Potentially Deadly Anthrax MistakeHow did the military ship live anthrax around the country -- including to a lab here in Maryland?
Army Post Near Baltimore Breaking Ground For New Power PlantThe Army is breaking ground for a more efficient power plant at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground near Baltimore.
Md. Army Post Focusing On Sexual Harassment PreventionReports of sexual assaults in the military are on the rise. The Pentagon says that coming forward is actually a positive sign.
WikiLeaks Trial Shifting To Afghan War VideoThe court-martial of a U.S. Army private who gave troves of classified material to WikiLeaks is shifting in its second week to specific items he sent.
Firm Seeks To Commercialize Defense InnovationsA Boston-based investment firm says it has reached agreements aimed at commercializing innovations from four Defense Department laboratories.
Baltimore Residents Celebrate Defenders DayBaltimore's oldest holiday, Defenders Day, was celebrated Sunday.
New Commander At Aberdeen Proving GroundGood things come in small packages. That's the mantra of Major Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the new commanding general of Aberdeen Proving Ground.
GI Claims Harsh Treatment In WikiLeaks CaseA U.S. Army private charged in a massive leak of government secrets claims his harsh pretrial treatment during nine months in a Marine Corps brig was directed from high up the chain of command.
Judge Bars UN Official As WikiLeaks Case Witness A military judge is barring the United Nations' torture investigator from testifying about the pretrial detention of a U.S. Army private charged with leaking classified information.
G.I. Again Seeks Dismissal Of Some WikiLeaks ChargesAn Army private charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history is reviving his request to have some charges dropped.
Army Court Denies Public Access To Manning FileAn Army appeals court has denied a request for public access to military court records in the case of an Army private charged with sending classified U.S. government documents to the secret-sharing website WikiLeaks.