He resigns months shy of graduation, faults leadership for "religious bigotry."
Updated: December 06, 2012, - 11:21 PM
Brig. Gen. Henry L. Huntley is the deputy commanding general of the Army's Recruiting Command, based at Fort Knox, Ky. Even as the military focuses on budget cuts and drawing down forces, Huntley will tell you the Army is still looking for a few good, umm, people.
Updated: November 27, 2012, - 06:59 PM
Retired Marine four-star Gen. Anthony Zinni, once the commander in chief of the United States Central Command (CENTCOM), said there is no doubt Gen. David Petraeus, now head of the CIA, had to resign in the wake of revelations of an inappropriate relationship with his biographer.
Updated: November 13, 2012, - 07:49 PM
As the active duty reduces its numbers, the country's reserve force -- including the Minnesota National Guard -- will be asked to do more, and do it with less.
Updated: November 10, 2012, - 06:43 AM
Researchers at the University of Kentucky are investigating bereavement issues of families with relatives or other loved ones who've killed themselves related to their military service.
Updated: November 01, 2012, - 03:03 PM
Change in federal cemetery policy means lettering on newer gravestones will use different paint.
Updated: October 30, 2012, - 11:12 PM
The $2 billion nuclear-powered attack submarine is a behemoth with a multitude of tasks.
Updated: October 26, 2012, - 08:02 PM
TPT Channel 2 producer Luke Heikkila spent two weeks in Afghanistan with a Minnesota National Guard unit called an Agribusiness Development Team. The result of his experience is "Bridging War & Hope," which looks at how the unit, whose members all have ties to agriculture or agricultural economy in the civilian world, worked with farmers and villagers in a southern Afghanistan province to improve their lives.
Updated: October 16, 2012, - 06:54 PM
A missile system developed by Alliant Techsystems in Plymouth has been named one of the Army's greatest inventions of the year. But, in typical Army style, the year is 2011 and the celebration won't be until 2013.
Updated: October 02, 2012, - 08:03 PM