Army Maj. Gen. David Haight<br>U.S. Army

EUCOM’s Haight removed over alleged misuse of resources

Haight was moved from his post earlier this summer and reassigned to Army headquarters in the Pentagon, a typical stopping point for senior officers under investigation.

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An M109A6 Paladin belonging to Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery Regiment fires during a live-fire exercise at the training grounds in Vilseck, Germany, on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.<br>Michael S. Darnell/Stars and Stripes


Field artillery prepares for Combined Resolve

Residents near the military communities in Vilseck and Grafenwoehr have had to come to terms with the idiosyncrasies of living near U.S. Army Europe’s premiere training locations.

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American, Bulgarian and NATO flags fly over the U.S. headquarters building at the Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, in June 2015. The Army's Installation Management Command-Europe is taking over U.S. base operations at training sites in Bulgaria and Romania, adding about 49 jobs.<br>Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes

Army’s IMCOM takes over base support at Romania, Bulgaria posts

The U.S. Army is deploying staff to take over U.S. base operations in Romania and Bulgaria, where a growing military mission is increasing demands for everything from security support to postal services.

09:18 July 27, 2016
Haldalgo, representing U.S. Marine horse Sgt. Reckless, who served with the Marines during the Korean War, wears the PDSA Dickin Medal in London, Wednesday, July 27, 2016. With Haldalgo is Sgt. Mark Gostling. Reckless made repeated trips to supply ammunition and retrieve wounded troops under heavy bombardment. The Dickin Medal is known as the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross.<br>Frank Augstein/AP

Marine Corps horse honored for Korean War valor

A U.S. Marine Corps horse who served during some of the bloodiest fighting of the Korean War has been posthumously decorated for bravery.

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USS George H. W. Bush leaves Norfolk Naval Shipyard on July 23, 2016. <br>Ryan Seelbach/U.S. Navy

Rising seas threaten to swamp US military bases by 2050

Military bases along the East and Gulf Coast are at risk of losing large chunks of land as rising sea levels from man-made climate change swamp installations from New Hampshire to Florida.

06:43 July 27, 2016
Secretary of the Army Eric K. Fanning talks with soldiers about a robotic device during a demonstration at Bellows Air Force Station, Hawaii, Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Fanning kicked off his first tour of the Pacific Tuesday with demonstrations of the service's high-tech and basic jungle know-how.<br>Wyatt Olson/Stars and Stripes

New Army secretary makes fire, watches robots on first Pacific tour

From robots to rubbing two sticks together for fire, Secretary of the Army Eric K. Fanning kicked off his first tour of the Pacific on Tuesday with demonstrations of the service’s high-tech and basic jungle know-how.

01:41 July 27, 2016
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