We continue our conversation with 3 retired 10th Mountain Division soldiers who served in Afghanistan. The veterans speak about their time with the 10th, their training for Afghanistan, and the reality that not everyone will come home.
The top U.S. general has dropped his opposition to major policy changes on how the military handles sexual assault, acknowledging the Department of Defense has not “moved the needle” with its previous efforts.
The commander of the troops at Fort Drum is back from an Afghanistan deployment. He spoke with 7 News about a number of topics ranging from from winding down the war, to ramping up on directives from D.C.
The Military Times cites just released results from a poll commissioned by the Ronald Reagan Institute which shows 56 percent of Americans have “a great deal of trust and confidence” in the military. That's down from 70 percent.
With Christmas a week away, many 10th Mountain Division soldiers are traveling home, although traveling in this pandemic has been discouraged. So what restrictions will soldiers and families have to follow?